(Preface: I love all accents. No criticism intended. Apologies if I seem derogatory; it is not my intention.)
A humid day, it has to be said.
And, in an American accent (to my ears at least) it has to be said as in my title: “humididee” whereas here, we have to pronounce the ‘t’.
I also enjoy referring to Continental Airlines in an American accent: “Ka Nennal”. Again, we are lumbered with two ‘t’s to pronounce in that one.
Although, there are a couple of words I just can’t say, without conscious effort, because of my accent. Firstly “world” is entertaining , with “girl” a close second. Most places seem to be able to get these words into a tidy and easy monosyllable, where I have to slice them in half, insert a rolled ‘r’ and have another go.
Anyway. Ho hum….