Emma Richardson AS Media
Thursday, 6 November 2014
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Stereotypically have a very strong Scottish accent.
Locations such as rural scenes, Edinburgh
Slang Scottish people stereotypically use are 'wee', 'aye', 'lass' and 'bairn'.
Clothes the Scottish are known to wear are kilts and the bobble hats.
Pastimes such as playing the bagpipes and drinking a lot.
Attitude and behaviour stereotypes are aggressive.
Accents are stereotypically strong.
Locations such as Dublin.
Slang words eg 'sham', 'gowl' and 'feek'.
A lot of green clothing with clovers and being ginger.
Pastimes stereotypically are drinking and dancing.
Attitudes are friendly and happy but also can be violent and loud.
People from Essex are known to have a cockney accent.
Popular locations such as Brentwood.
Well known Essex slang such as 'shut up' and 'omg'.
Stereotypically have out going clothes, fake tan and fake eyelashes.
Pastimes like shopping and having parties.
Stereotypically dumb, friendly.
Very strong accent.
Associated with the countryside, mountains and lots of sheep.
Pastimes such as singing, drinking and rugby.
Known for having a posh accent or cockney.
Locations like Chelsea.
pastimes like drinking tea, shopping.
Attitudes are polite but complain a lot.
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