Sweet Nothings - Insomnia Silliness (in various accents)

27:34 Sweet Nothings Jan 23, 2017 22 comments 7075 1122

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Sometimes my sweet nothings are very tender and loving, talking about important things, relaxing you, soothing you, and helping you get to sleep.

But as you know I also have a very silly side, and sometimes when I can't sleep it gets worse. Coupled with the fact that I'm practicing accents for an audio book audition, well it was a perfect storm for a silly but hopefully stress-relieving audio. This one is more about what you do when you really can't sleep, even though you know you need to get some rest. ❤️


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  • Murtaugh83 on 2017-03-31 00:27:42 (UTC)

    Eve
    You really have a talent for accents, have you ever tried a Boston one ? The silliness comes through loud and clear. Please if you go for a lower register please channel Kathleen Turner and not Michael Caine, Just Saying ;)

    • A Eve on 2017-03-31 10:44:27 (UTC)

      haha I'm not as good at Bahsten, but I might give it a try. And okay, no more Michael Caine. Got it :P

  • FlareStorm on 2017-03-18 11:22:03 (UTC)

    That was silly in a very good way. I love the accents. You are such a good actress, your laughs are so genuine and my favorite parts of your audios.

    • A Eve on 2017-03-18 20:19:01 (UTC)

      haha thank you, I wouldn't say I do any acting in Sweet Nothings, they are just my ridiculous self, so all the laughs are just me cracking myself up. :)

  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2017-03-06 17:02:08 (UTC)

    I once heard that imitation is the lowest form of comedy, beneath even puns - if so why is it so darn entertaining! You've an incredibly broad range and with the level of talent out there that must be what it takes to be a viable professional and compete with the best.

    So you're Canadian, eh? I'm from Vancouver and in our multicultural city you hear foreign accents of all sorts everyday you go out. At work today I'll likely encounter English accented with Chinese, Punjabi, Tagalog, Spanish, and of course various Commonwealth accents.

    I like your normal voice best, mais quand vous parlez en français, c'est vraiment irrésistible! Studied French in highschool for 5 years, lost much of it since it's pretty rare to hear it spoken in BC. If you studied French way back in school too then props to you for your language retention ability - you sound fluent to me! Do you ever worry you might forget some while learning Irish-Gaelic and Swedish?

    This audio was so fun to listen to, and I can tell from your laughter you had a lot of fun doing it too! I can do a pretty good Statham too; I find the more 'exaggeratedly distinctive' it is the easier it seems to imitate (haha like the accent of the guards in the Skyrim video game).

    • A Eve on 2017-03-06 22:02:43 (UTC)

      I am Canadian, yes. And yes my French is from high school. I guess it just stuck. I do often wonder if all the other languages I inflict on my brain might make the French fall out, but I doubt it. It seems pretty entrenched.

      I wish I was fluent, but I'm not. My parents could have put me in immersion in grade one but they thought it would 'harm my English'. Pffffft

  • MoonlightDreamer on 2017-01-30 23:22:58 (UTC)

    Absoultly loved this one (though I do love them all ;) but this was so funny and great and being someone that's always had fun with different voices and accents, (your have to teach me some tricks for Canadian ones) It was so good to hear your great range!

    Your English ones are very good and being from England you can often tell when an actor or actress is trying a bit to hard and simply goes into full on posh queen style or dirty cockney London town. It's tricky to get that natural sound and you have hit it spot on. But there are still plenty of accents from our little Island I would to hear, like those up north or us in the midlands, but not many people try those.

    The Hugh Laurie thing is funny because I grew up seeing him doing comedy with Stephen Fry and being in Blackadder so it's sort of strange seeing him do an American accent so well to fool many people.
    But this one was so much fun to listen to, and I know if I was the one on the other side of that bed, I would have been laughing so much that sleep would be very hard. But it goes to show that the bed isn't just for sleep and sex but you can just have a fun time with someone and a good giggle.

    I know we have heard a few of your accents before but looking forward to more of your accents in the future, I think a naughty Russian bond girl or sexy Irish drinking buddy would be good ;) . Your New york accent reminded me of Janine from Ghostbusters "Yeah what do yer want ??" loved it!

    • CharlieRomeoLima on 2017-03-06 17:10:15 (UTC) (edited)

      Hello MoonlightDreamer

      Hugh Laurie had me fooled for years (I'd only ever seen him on House). A couple other English actors in a similar vein that come to mind are Andrew Lincoln and David Morrissey from The Walking Dead on AMC. Great faux-Georgian accents from those two.

      • A Eve on 2017-03-06 21:58:54 (UTC)

        Oh yes, I agree. They are amazing. Gary Oldman is incredible too, you'd never know he was British.

        • CharlieRomeoLima on 2017-03-07 08:14:44 (UTC)

          A regular chameleon, that one is. Gary Oldman got so good at other accents he sort of lost his own:

          http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01rxgmb

          • A Eve on 2017-03-07 15:02:15 (UTC)

            Oh cool, thank you 😘

    • A Eve on 2017-02-01 14:15:07 (UTC)

      Thank you so much - I've had a lot of requests for audios featuring these accents, I just don't know if I could do them with a straight face :D Imagine a cock worship audio in a Janine accent -

      hay....yous want a blow jawb o' wat?

  • Frenchbliss81 on 2017-01-26 16:21:27 (UTC) (edited)

    Haha, I burst out laughing a couple of times, your laugh is infectious ;) I didn't know you were from Canada, and now you live in Ireland, is that it? I loved the russian accent, to the foreigner i am it was very convincing, you sounded like Red in Orange is the new Black haha! And i loved the Julie Andrews impersonation, not bad at all! You could totally do a lullaby and quotes audio with a british accent julie andrews impersonation ;)

    "No don't baise me it's not that kind of audio" X'D My favorite indeed is your french talking, it's very different from the french hesitation accent (which i like too) you're making... It's beyond sexy and puts me in a "awwww" mode like this:
    https://goo.gl/images/g3aCWf

    When i speak or write in english I switch my brain in english mode, but of course i still do many mistakes... and i have to think harder.
    Have you seen The Arrival movie lately? It's about a language expert who tries to understand an extraterrestrial language. It's about how your brain and mind change when you do that switch.
    I agree, i think it even changes my personality when i do! Even from France french to Quebec french. They are so different!
    Hum! I think I'm going to listen to your french recordings today! Doux baisers ma toute belle!

    • A Eve on 2017-01-28 19:06:05 (UTC)

      Oh I haven't seen The Arrival, but I really want to.

      Merci mon chou 💋

  • joetinla1967 on 2017-01-24 19:02:26 (UTC)

    Hello Miss Eve,
    Talk about turning my day around this was a crack-up, I was particularly fond of your Jason Statham it was just to funny. Best of luck on your audition.
    Thank you.

    • A Eve on 2017-01-25 21:45:50 (UTC)

      haha you like my Jason, eh? I squint when I do it, too. Thanks Joe ❤️

  • billymacorbuddy on 2017-01-24 02:57:09 (UTC)

    I KNEW you were going to say Hugh Laurie, he had me fooled for years! This was really fun since I never heard you do all those voices before. Your Christiane Amanpour and Elizabeth Hurley both sounded pretty good to me. Feel free to practice your accents anytime, just don't slip into Jason Statham, that might kill the mood. ;)

    • A Eve on 2017-01-25 21:46:04 (UTC)

      haha no kidding :D

  • NowhereMan on 2017-01-24 00:21:21 (UTC)

    As a guy who likes to do many voices, I can appreciate this. Usually it's impressions, but I dabble in accents as well. What you refer to as a southern accent can be referred to as a southern drawl. Also, I'm only a quarter Italian, but so help me that stereotypical North Eastern Italian American accent comes right out when I don't even plan on it. I also do one hell of a Canadian stereotype (though being part French Canadian, I tend to give myself a free pass on that one.)

    • A Eve on 2017-01-25 21:47:08 (UTC)

      haha well I'm Canadian - lay it on me :D

  • eric91 on 2017-01-23 21:19:02 (UTC)

    Yay! Another sweet nothings audio! :D

    I love your accents, and I enjoyed going on that trip around the world with you! ^_^

    • A Eve on 2017-01-25 21:46:46 (UTC)

      Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed it ❤️