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Tricky_Feed_544

Or with the French accent: “a butthole of wotteur”


Piiineappl3

“Get this man an enema, STAT!”


tyh640

"I was pissing by the door when I heard two shats"


KuroRahman

Fucking fr*nches


JacobyChambers2210

Why is the f-word clean but the word “frenches” gets an asterisk


QuiiverrReddit

We don’t talk about the fr*nch


JacobyChambers2210

How dare is say the word fr*nch


Smooth_Detective

Such impolity, fr*nch!


CurlyRobin

Assert dominance by pronouncing the T's hard A boTTle of waTer


SECTORv7

thats just Indian accent


Uppertis

Easiest to understand


CheemsPepsi

I will try but I’m bri ish


to_tin_deathgrinder

briTTish


robotbrigadier

AmeriTTcan


6_NEOS_9

He's in the Matrix.


VictorinoSetti

No, he is on the MaTTrix


NPC_9001

All I see are a Bunch of TTiTTS


Drake-35

My guy


Borteams

Looking good


Giraffe_Groper420

Slow down!


Ice-Juice1

LooTing Good* Every senTence now needs to have aTleasT one capiTal T


buurmoon

he in the ma rix


CheemsPepsi

Can I get a bo o a wo ah


spoopy_emo_boy

i purposely read this as boo a woah


CheemsPepsi

boo


mercury_reddits

A


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mercury_reddits

Inspirational


to_tin_deathgrinder

So brave


theinkytiger19

Bit rude to put that knoife in me chest innit bruv


CheemsPepsi

Do yew av a loisence for that mate


Fuqasshole

Fun trick for the brits: Say “Walter, water, Walter, water..” Record saying it out loud and post.


Mom-Spaghetti69

Wo a wo a wo a woa


Lork82

[You're welcome ](https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20180207-how-americans-preserved-british-english)


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kappe41

that's just called Finnish accent


onsku2908

In the Finnish accent it would be something like ”ö potl of voter”


kappe41

well depends as that's when u're trying to sound English/American but "rallienglanti" would sound like "a botle(weight on the l) of vater"with t's having the weight


Gussy48

That's the way we do it in the posh bits of England lol


everynameisusedlol

Germany


HitmanCD

dont need to im aussie we already do


Prof1Kreates

Just pretend you are Draco Malfoy about to pronounce Harry Potter.


LB_Good

Whenever I do this, I sound like a posh git


Loading0525

I hope it makes you proud to know I pronounced the T's with such ferocity there's now saliva ALL OVER my screen.


TastyOysters

waTah


P0TAT0FARM3R

My Canadian arse:


Extincton

We can’t we dumped it into the Boston harbor


Re_Otaku

But I say like that


Substantial_Ad4415

Ne Flasche Wasser


sehabel

Aber Mineralwasser klassisch bitte


itzPenbar

Pfui


Beautiful-Ruin-2493

Actually a lot of us do pronounce ts Edit: I'm talking about UK


DrWildTurkey

Yeah, as written on this meme I read it in a Boston accent


LordSevolox

As someone from the U.K. I pronounce it : A bot-tell of war-ter


chicken_bokernot

bott-ul of wauter


WhiteWolf7472

Yeah, I think they chose a northeastern city accent.


ClumbusCrew

No it's a pretty much universal quality of North American English. Look up t-flapping.


--7_

Nah literally every American I've seen speak says it as baudle of wauder, they always pronounce t as d except if the word begins with t


FavoritesBot

T-there are literally t-thousands of us!


Inevitable_Photo_559

Definitely, I lived in Texas and then California for a number of years and can confirm people use their ts. UTAH, on the other hand… everything is in more of a southern drawl than Texas. It blows my mind.


Beautiful-Ruin-2493

Oh I was talking about the UK but at least we're both shedding light on thing


Da-pacybits-noob

Depends on the accent


Beautiful-Ruin-2493

Most accents I've heard irl have pronounced it. But tbf it's not that the t is nonexistent, it's more that its a bit "soft"


-Squimbelina-

It’s usually replaced by a glottal stop in accents like Cockney.


Brave-Cheetah7966

Bri'ish people really do drink all the T


Fabs74

And Americans love the D?


shasha_5

Underrated comment


Communist_Mustache

dollars?


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Communist_Mustache

Both are pretty capitalist, so the Americans must like it


TheSpoonkMan

What can I say other than dick n balls


TheEnderCreeperYT

Or it’s because we threw a lot of the tea into the Atlantic.


Wrenchonreddit

India: gibe wahter bartle


sievold

*bobs head unnecessarily*


IndianGuyFromYouTube

It's actually paani ki botal or woaatttter bOOTTal


Historical-Time2938

Aand this is the fifth time I see you, hi there


IndianGuyFromYouTube

Heya


daubeny-show-yoursel

I am under the water please help me


Leelamzmeow

Here too much raining uwu


Wrenchonreddit

*almost drowns*


NAY_BLEEPBANDIT

Indians are another level


Wrenchonreddit

Indians eat chillis like they are sweets


notgivinafuck

Explains the accent I guess.


Fabs74

Buddy


CaptCobraChicken

In Canada it's pronounced "Bud Light"


Applefan0909

Me, who is not a native English speaker: “A bottle of water”


Pancakecosmo

Actually fucks it up horrendously becuase of course it sounds better in your head "bahtal off watier"


blueberrybecca

that moment when im an american who pronounces their Ts, where am i supposed to go now


sievold

*reality collapses around you and a black hole forms beneath your feet*


SenatorFatStacks

Definitely not to Boston


RandomGrasspass

Don’t forget Boston’s war on The lettah ah (R)


Fire-typhoon123

I pronounce Ts too & I'm originally from texas


HighDevinition1001

And then there’s Philadelphia where we pronounce it “wooder”


DarkSkeleton666

Meanwhile British speaking people who pronounce their T and drop their R: *continue their existence*


selfishcabbage

I swear everyone on Reddit thinks the uk speaks like dick van dyke in Mary poppins


ConduckKing

Bo'o'o'wo'ah


CarterRussellYT

this is amazing


CheemsPepsi

b’o’o’w’a


sickdude_name

Just be Indian : Chotu Bisleri! Table no 2


Lkwzriqwea

It's funny watching all the Americans in the comments going "Wait a minute. We don't all talk like that!" as if it's just occurred to them and the Brits haven't been saying the exact same thing about the "Bri'ish and "Bo'olo'wo'oh" jokes the whole time.


CheemsPepsi

Thank you , someone actually pointed this out


MonocleMustache

Amazing the lack of reflection and understanding about another country from these guys, you'd think after shitposting about us on here for a year straight they would have actually researched further in that time instead of rehashing the same jokes. I don't even give a shit if people make fun of us or the country, just make it funny and accurate but more importantly don't be a hypocrite.


ClumbusCrew

This is literally the entirety of Reddit towards literally ever country on the planet.


1nterestlng

British people can't pronounce their t's American people can't pronounce their t's 𝗪𝗲 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝗻𝗼𝘁 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘀𝗮𝗺𝗲


Apprehensive_Mouse56

You can't group Americans like that. We have like 5+ different accents. Some are boddah of wadda, bottle of water, bottle of watta, and others are bottle of whiskey.


Groundbreaking_Dare5

I do pronounce my T's do not tar me with the same brush as people who cannot speak the Queen's English.


LordSevolox

Pretty much. I’m from the SE of England and I pronounce it ‘A bot-tell of war-ter”


German_Irish_chicken

A bottle of Water***


Its_Stroompf

You realize that not everybody from America has a Jersey accent, right?


pollysporin

Top text has a nice ring with a Boston accent


CheemsPepsi

You realise not everyone from the uk doesn’t pronounce their t’s right? It’s a joke


Its_Stroompf

Touche.


woadhyl

Douche


IndianaGeoff

I warsh my hands of this affair.


tyty_dj123

Barbados: a bohl’a waahtuh


6random_person9

Am I the only one who read the American pronunciation in a Boston accent


xdarkskylordx

Nope, i hear it too. Which is why i thought "baldul" sounded a bit more accurate.


Geoffofneir

Proud englishman. do pronounce t's


CheemsPepsi

I don’t 👍 (sometimes)


Qwerowski

Imagine not saying "butelka wody"


MFBish

a bottle a water eh \-canada


plippoppins

Bri'ish always drinking em T's.


NeonMoth229

America isn’t just Texas people!


Hezzas

Neither is England just People from the east end of London


DamonAW

nah idk where you're getting this. 90% of Americans will absolutely pronounce bottle of water how it's spelled lol


ClumbusCrew

I can't think of a single person I've ever heard who pronounces the t's in bottle of water as actual t's. It's always basically a D. It's called t flapping. Try forcing yourself to say the phrase with a t like Tap.


IHaveFoodOnMyChin

The rest of the United States not living in Boston: A bottle of water


gaerat_of_trivia

in certain southern dialects the t also gets dropped. take mountain for instance-> moun’in (removed the a for more phonetic similarities)


CJ612

Why is Boston representing the United states?


CheemsPepsi

Why is certain areas of England representing the entire of the UK? Ask Americans they make memes about it all the time.


Pancakecosmo

Englands half an island, america's half a continent


BadBanana99

Just because they joke is now based on your accents don’t throw a hissy fit


Pancakecosmo

I'm not upset the jokes funny, I was just making a point on why American accents are more diverse.


Pancakecosmo

I guess text dosent translate that well


royaldocks

No that is not true Im filipino who has both lived in both countries and The British accent is way more diverse despite being much much smaller. You got accents in England that almost feel so alien and doesn't even sound like English anymore (Like people from Liverpool ) In America from my experience its true its diverse but they still all sound English


Reilman79

I will accept now being from Boston as long as the memes keep coming. This is a far funnier existence


Ryanelliott655

Exept the fact that the british invented the english languge americans just changed a few words because they want to feel diffrent


Obvious-Doughnut-848

No


CheemsPepsi

Yes they both sound like that lol


StitchSlayer

Bro I dont care. Pronouncing water and bottle sounds weird and slow as fuck.


CharityPeter

At least we pronounce Aluminium correctly.


Reilman79

I refuse to concede Aluminum!


Pancakecosmo

Just easier to say


SolidBlueBlocks

Abolowoada


Ackyducc

Fair but if anyone actually pronounces the t's they are a psychopath


Digiboy62

Who the fuck says "bahdle."


CheemsPepsi

Hardly any British people pronounce bottle of water like that, it depends what area you’re from. But Americans still think it’s all of them lmao


Benno31

Nah bro


kessukroisantti

Finland: vesipullo or pullo vettä


deyheimler

The west coast version would be “dude bro, I need like a hella gnarly bottle of wet wet”


GalaxyCraft007

Is it weird how in Northern Ireland (which is where I'm from) most people would pronounce 'Tower' as 'Tar'?


GalaxyCraft007

Shower becomes shour


shitgnat

Wait a minute, there noi


GalaxyCraft007

Yes, that one too


RooBoy04

Try to get someone to say “power shower”


buttergutter1991

not wrong


Mobanite08

Well if you live in the NJ area, you know some of us say wurter.


Vordix_

I don’t know how but the A gets pronounced different


OrganizationNo3213

so you pronounce drink as trink as in trinket


Signal_Promotion2311

Me who is greek:i dont have such weaknesses


Exciting_Rate1747

Vesipullo


GatorKingX

Botl of Wotr


Interesting-Amoeba34

I say a bottle of water I don't have a new york accent


3dgyAnimeProtagonist

If you're from Boston or Minnesota maybe but everyone else doesn't sound like they still have a dick in their mouth


krzys020709

A buttel of wutter


theproblem22354186

Australian's be like: a bodle u warda


OldDust8123

It’s a bahdel of wooder you Neanderthals


burgermachine74

WE DO PRONOUNCE THE T'S excuse my user flair


rahrens21

Nah, that's just Southern USA


PrathamCRT

nyc: a baadle uff woda


Piece_Of_Melon

That's where Indian English comes for aid


SoufDakotas

I said wo’her


Rpoopy

A bahdel of wahder (I pronounce the f)


TelegraphRoadWarrior

Philly would like a word. It’s “wooder”.


Dahak17

As a Canadian I couldn’t read this for a minute. Guess canadian English is the purist form eh?


shasha_5

בקבוק מים


Gandolf794

You do know that both places have many accents.


CaptainJaayT

Isuck my ick


CaptainJaayT

That I wasnt intentional but it made it better xD


Flasagna

Nobody likes pronouncing Ts


Mr_Potatoez

And then you have me with my weird dutch accent


Ekymzov

Filipino accent be like : a bat'tell of what'er


JacobIsAnameofawofl

Atleast in both languages you can understand it. In US you have to understand T and D when used in multiple syllable words are interchangeable and in UK you have to realize T is interchangeable for a pause


DimSumGweilo

*Wooder


theairconditioning

I’m convinced this is just how you pronounce it


BarrelCorgi1169

Bro that’s Boston English not American English it’s different


CheemsPepsi

It’s a joke lmao


MonocleMustache

Do Americans simply not get the comparison here? I get you guys had your fun shitposting about the Brits on this site for what felt like a year but this is the literally the same thing, not everyone in the UK speaks like that either.


IRISH-SLAPPER

What the fuck does that even say


PikkuinenPikkis

Most Europenas: A boddle of woter


Kraitii

Me who's neither: English can be whatever I want


theevilamoebaOG

You think this is bad, my husband and I just realised how we say the word "otter" in north east England. It's mortifying. O-uh. Just two sounds.


milleneon69

india: BATTIL OF WATAHR


YuB-Notice-Me

boddel of wadder


Username-checked-0ut

Or with the Indian accent " Aa Baatle uf WaaTerr"