English is quickly becoming the world's most commonly spoken non-primary language and it's spoken commonly across all the inhabited continents. But what makes English so strange to learn is that from continent to continent, country to country, and region to region, English is spoken in different styles and different accents. Since Iwaku is an English speaking website, we're all in places where we have peculiar dialects. Do you like the dialect of English spoken in your locale? If not, what is your favorite dialect? I live in Texas and we speak in a Southern American accent. I LOVE IT. I feel it sounds very homely and welcoming and friendly, and its hard NOT to be fascinated with the accent. I speak with it on the phone to sound a little more warm and, when I was a waiter, I used it a LOT with out-of-towners since they found it so unusual. Often earned me a good tip that way. Unfortunately if you pick some REAL SOUTHERN STYLE WORDS OR PRONUNCIATION, you run the risk of sounding uneducated. If I could speak with a different English dialect I would definitely pick East Indian English. I just love the way it sounds, even though a lot of people don't like it. I love the way the letter r in this accent plays with your tongue and how it sounds so soothing. Gets all my sensory organs in a nice tingle bahaha.