My accent is pretty much the Queen's English (sadly) mixed with bogan sounding Australian. I could be talking and words will sound posh and then in the same sentence other words will come out real Australian sounding.
What is worse is that I recently watched a ton of True Blood back-to-back and now I'm saying common things with a Southern US accent! I have a habit of picking up other people's accents if I listen to them a lot in a short period of time.
I have a slight British accent (Manchester accent, Mancunian, whatever you want to call it) probably because I was born and raised in Manchester until I was 7. Since I moved to the US, I've sort of picked up an "American" accent. It's kind of weird, actually. People I say certain words in a typical American accent and then revert back to a British one. I don't really know to be honest.
Australian and French accents have always intrigued me. Not sure why, but yeah. They're pretty cool to listen to.
I'm a Mexican, but I have an American accent because I was born and raised in the US. There's nothing special about this accent, unfortunately. My favorite accents are Australian, Scottish, and Irish. They sound so cute! I also like the Italian accent, but not as much as those three.
I have a Puerto Rican accent when I speak Spanish since I was born in Puerto Rico. I have an American accent for English, nothing special. My favourite accent is the New York accent, I wish I could speak like a New Yorker.