Thanks for saying " can't " Tal. Me and my boyfriend were having an arguement on how to say "can't". When my boyfriend speaks in a Singapore accent he pronounces his "a" like "u" I got angry at him for saying "you can't". Then he claimed that British people pronounce it the same way. But he's wrong
Hey, people, I think we should start this thread up, again. It's a great idea and I've finally worked up the nerve to do one of my own.
This video is really take two, as the camera ran out of batteries just as I was on a roll. I didn't let that deter me, though. I took a couple of minutes to build up my courage and tried again.
There's a really bad shadow on the side of my face, but that's good, as it halves the amount of my ugly mug you have to see and kind of hides an eyebrow that decided to shoot upwards when I started recording.
Well, here's the result... oh, yes, and before you click that link, don't adjust your monitors -- I really do look like this:
Well done for making a video, and more to the point - well done for resurrecting the thread (i'd actually thought about doing that... but I wouldn't have provided the goods).
It took me a while to actually do it. I've had the camera in my room for a long while and every time I thought about making a video, a little voice said, "I'll do it later". Damn leprechauns! Get out of my room!
Every time I actually felt like doing it, someone else was in the house and I didn't want them to come in during the recording. Finally managed to do it, today. I can't believe it's happened!