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Scottish accent vs Irish accent (This is so funny)

Scottish accent vs Irish accent is a popular joke among people of both nations, Ireland and Scotland. It has been the subject of plenty of humor with the two accents being so distinct from one another. The Scottish accent is known for its broad, deep tones whereas the Irish accent is much more lilting and light. Many people find it fun to compare and contrast the two accents as they are so drastically different.

The Scottish accent is often seen as being more rough and gruff while the Irish accent is soft and peaceful. No matter what end of the spectrum you may find yourself on, it’s safe to say that these two accents never fail to bring a smile to one’s face! So why not compare them yourself and have a good laugh?

Which one do you prefer? Scottish accent or Irish accent?

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Last updated May 29, 2023


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Erika Feeney Collins

Friday 20th of October 2023

Irish accent? There are sooo many and they sound so different to one another... There's simply not just one Irish accent please and thank you!


Wednesday 7th of February 2024

@Erika Feeney Collins, we are said to have Irish dialect here in Newfoundland. Mine is supposed to be a pure wexford one. But the last few years I have been part of the Newfoundland and Irish connection. But before I used to go to places outside of here. People would talk in a lucky charms fella dialect to me and it never made sense to me lol. I don't call myself Irish, even though I am descended from there. The stupid accents that some people talked to me with outside of here used to drive me cracked. Even in Newfoundland the dialects are different from place to place and the Irish regions are different. Strangely I can match them to places in regions here. There is a big difference in places here that match regions there. I don't know how they are not distinguished.

Quigley 8 Jeanne

Sunday 5th of February 2023

This is so not funny. He hasn't a clue about the accents. And someone should tell him Cork is in the south of Ireland


Tuesday 2nd of May 2023

I was confused when he said Cork was in the west.

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