*random childhood memory alert*
When my elderly great aunt moved to Australia from the UK she really struggled with the Australia accent.
My bestie and I used to sleepover at her house regularly (she had soft drink - it was v exciting) and I remember her finally working out when we called her 'arnie' we were actually calling her 'aunty'.
We thought we were annunciating the 't' but clearly we weren't to UK standards!
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*spin off* what mispronounced words drive you mad
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