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|2010-04-22||Castle Falkenstein [en]||1 votes|
|2010-04-22||architectonics [en]||0 votes|
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|2010-04-22||Donald Lathrap [en]||1 votes|
|2010-04-22||Altamaha [en]||0 votes|
|2010-04-22||Fesco [en]||0 votes|
|2010-04-22||Anthony Rapp [en]||0 votes|
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|2010-04-22||Bangers and Mash [en]||0 votes|
|2010-04-22||Shepherd's Pie [en]||0 votes|
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|2010-04-22||stridulate [en]||0 votes|
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|2010-04-22||strangulate [en]||1 votes|
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(-) I am a native English speaker from a suburban area in the mid-US.
(-) Even though I lived in Texas for the first twelve years of my life, my accent is not in any way stereotypically Texan (or even Texan at all, for that matter).
(-) I tend to pronounce some words with more of a British accent (I'm not sure as to why).
(-) I prefer to use the British spellings of most words (such as 'colour', 'programme', and 'tyre').
(-) I am a language nerd and I wish to learn WAY too many languages (I'm at the point now that I realize that I am going to be unable to live long enough to learn even a fraction of them).
(-) And, finally, I am only fluent in English. (This is my second most embarrassing fact about myself- the first, being that I'm American.)