[Warning: totally, as in, T O T A L L Y, pointless]
The Indian accent is the object of ridicule in many situations. But for some situations, it gets the job done like no other. Mind you, I didn’t say it rocks or anything, but it gets the job done. Sample this.
Erika, if she were an American, would introduce herself as “Hi, I’m Erika.” To anyone else, it is going to sound, “Hi, America.” So when you proffer your hand during an introduction, you would be confused why you are hearing the name of her country instead.
Throw in the Indian accent here. “Haai, Ayam Yerika.” No confusions. The name is conveyed. And so is the nationality. See.
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