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9-16-2011 @ 1:40AM
I am not an expert on accents but the female sounded like she could be Australian or spent some time there. The way she says "you" reminds me of my aussie friend. Another thing to keep in mind is British English is taught pretty much throughout the world so just because people have what sounds like a British accent, they could be from many other places, which would influence their dialect as well. And finally, everyone's "ear" is different which is why many people pronounce things different as well. Even people living in the same city as you ;)
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