Closer to the Sun / Jupiter ?
I don't even....
Well except in certain hours of the day and
certain seasons of the year but that's not
even worth talking about; that works for most areas of Earth
anyway....but don't let me dwell too long on it
as then I'll have to visualise the angle of the Earth's tilted axis,
eliptical orbit (that probably slowly changes just like the North and
South magnetic poles)
so it would get too mathsy for me.
Hmm....the 1 pound and 2 pound coins are
pretty chunky now that I think about it.
Much heavier than Euros and dollar coins as far
as I've experienced and seen.
Speaking American (U.S.) and Canadian doesn't seem too
difficult. Easiest exercise is to say "I just like gudda park my carrr"
"I just have to park my cuhr" (that's probably not the most
accurate way to textually depict the British accent when
First you have to be decent with voices/accents to begin with.
I'm hit or miss, by no means am I a consistent/versatile voice actor.
But since America/Canada is like 40% British origin (random vague estimate....)
I don't think it's that difficult to mimic.
But it mostly depends on the person really, hence why
I was surprised at this question.
It's like asking "you've got slow internet....is Britain really that behind technologically??"
No....it's just my connection is severely below average.
Although it's a pointless question anyway because some things North America
are ahead in and some things Britain are ahead in.
Just glad to be living in a first world country really....
Though I don't have the means to help people in poorer countries or corrupt ones.
Although most countries are corrupted anyway....
And very developed countries still aren't utopias....
There's still massive daily suffering worldwide almost anywhere you look,
from poverty to abuse.
Vote for the most flying off at a tangent post ever?
Well you can't blame me....it is 2:30an here....depressing thoughts often
hit me at night.
This thread probably should be in the
Off-Topic section though.
EDIT: just realised I was talking about the UK rather than Europe.
Something like that.