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  • Peter Beasley likes his Kentucky Fried Chicken wrapped in pita bread.

  • People eat Kentucky Fried Chicken here?

  • They do.

  • Really?

  • Welcome to the United Kingdom, where we also eat Kentucky Fried Chicken.

  • What can I do to walk into a coffee shop tomorrow and they're gonna think that I'm not American?

  • Speaking in the accent is all about the tune.

  • General American tends to follow the same pattern.

  • The same is true for southern Ireland.

  • Like, if you're from Ireland, you'd tend to go up in pitch when you stress something,

  • and then you go down at the end.

  • Like, so if I'm like, talking to you now, Lucy,

  • I'm like, hello and thank you for tying my tie.

  • Edinburgh, for example.

  • Which I've been.

  • It's quite soft but generally if you want to stress something, you'd go up in pitch and then go down.

  • Like old school football be like,

  • who are ya?

  • I'm trying to think, if you wanted to go and order coffee tomorrow,

  • how would you say it?

  • Hello mate?

  • Camp it up a bit.

  • Oi, mornin' Darlin'!

  • What I really want, you can help me out, is like a nice cup of tea, and a pain au chocolat.

  • Ohh..

  • Feel like I should play a character like this, shouldn't I?

  • I appreciate this.

  • That's alright!

  • Yeah, it's great.

  • I don't even drink coffee. Should I tell you that now?

  • That's - I'm so sorry for... yeah.

  • Who is this?

  • - We were done with this suit, - Who are you?

  • we're just standing here talking.

  • - Yeah, yeah. I like this suit very much. - It's nice, right?

  • Yeah. Who made it?

  • Louis Vuitton.

  • Louis Vuitton. I wonder if he could do accents. Probably not.

Peter Beasley likes his Kentucky Fried Chicken wrapped in pita bread.

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