As a British person I’ve never understood the appeal of the ‘British accent’. Are you into the good ol’ Somerset farmer accent? Scouse? Cockney? South Walian? North? Belfast? Edinburgh? Glasgow? Essex?Yorkshire???? Is it the Tom Hiddleston accent ?

For real I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone that speaks like him, he’s disturbingly well spoken

I'm making a promise.

Tonight I am not going to cut.
You can call me stupid or whatever you want but, this is what works for me.
I’m making a promise to myself that tonight I wouldn’t cut. The urge is strong as can be so I decided to write. I went on Facebook and saw that Jeydon Wale had posted a video on YouTube, and he is one of the reasons I’m still alive.
No matter what mood I’m in, I can watch 1 video of him and I’m happy. I watched the video he posted and I just decided to make myself a promise.
Because of Jeydon, and just all that he is, I have hope when I see his smile.
He’s been through some tough shit, and you can just tell. He picks himself a part, sees nothing but flaw and it shows me that I’m not alone. Neither is he, and that someone can get through it as long as he has means a lot to me… Like somehow he’s worth more to me then most people….
So from here on out, I’m making a promise to myself. To jeydon.

Yes, and yet here you go.

Edit: an English transcript is a great idea. 

“Here’s me speaking Welsh! I live in South Wales, in Cardiff, but I work with people who come from North Wales, and I think I’ve learnt to speak Welsh like that, but I’m not sure. For example, when I was in school, I said stuff like… well, ‘stuff’ (pronounced 'pethEYE) but now I say 'pethAH’, which I think is quite Gog [North Walian], but I’m not sure. I’m not sure. But yeah, that’s me speaking Welsh.”