Talk Like an Egyptian


This news story is really weird. British woman has migraine, starts talking with Chinese accent.

She said, “The first few weeks of the accent was quite funny but to think I am stuck with this Chinese accent is getting me down.”

Man, and to think Chinese people have to live with it all the time.

Apparently, the migraine triggered something called Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS) which, according to the article, affects only a couple dozen people around the world. Huh?

I wonder if I could get that New Zealand accent I always wanted.

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Posted on April 20, 2010, in News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. My son wants a Scottish accent so badly….I’ll tell him perhaps one day he’ll be in the twelve! That is really odd! Interesting but odd!

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  2. Howzitgoingmate! (spoken with a NZ accent)

    Youtube clip on FAS here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1rC43dvbws) – bizarre

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  3. really? you want a new zealand accent? haha that’s pretty funny 🙂 being a kiwi i didn’t think it was anything to rave about but hay, each to their own. may u get your dream one day…

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