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This is a question Things we do to fit in

"When I was fifteen," writes No3L, "I curled up in a Budgens trolley while someone pushed it through the supermarket doors to nick vodka and Benny Hedgehogs, just to hang out with my brother and his mates."

What have you done to fit in?

(, Thu 15 Jan 2009, 12:30)
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It seems so wrong
But I try and sound like a chavvy scouse twat.(hear me out..)

You see the problem is I'm from the south of the Wirral (google it if you've never heard of it), which is more or less Chesire. Therefore, my accent is relatively posh(although other factors like both my parents going to boarding school might not have helped). Unfortunately, I'm schooled in the north of the Wirral, which (as I've mentioned before) is the shit that even Liverpool doesn't want.

SO, when I was at school I'd get stick for my accent, since while they had 'like' at the end of every word, I spoke properly, and made funny sounds for the vowels. Thus, in my desperate attempts to fit in, I've forced my accent to become more scouse. It makes me feel dirty and wrong, but at least I'm still mildly respected.

Length? Doesn't matter, a scouse lass will still have it.
(, Fri 16 Jan 2009, 20:56, Reply)

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