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thejackel 3 years ago
haha that was good
joker1535 3 years ago
thaz waz very goodzzzzz
gooduser123 3 years ago
ey eynjoyed ethiz
Nifen 3 years ago
My girlfriend annoys the the hell out of me by missing the T in things! im like. its BLOODY Water! Not wada! There is 2 T's in Butter Dear!
archis 3 years ago
Wiggy 3 years ago
And Americans seem to add more of the same letters to their words
"OOOOH MMMY GOOOOOD!"
"YOU FRIKKIN DOUCHE BAAAAAAG"
You get the jist.
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Namegoeshere 3 years ago
#6 is upset
dogma01 3 years ago
I am English and I use the letter T "what a TW*T".......
9grovere 3 years ago
at least i aint a yank
DoubleBubble 3 years ago
An American having a go an intelligence and accents? Really? People in glass houses and all that. Like the majority of Americans even know where the countries he's making fun of are.
Anomnomnom 3 years ago
Im English and i hate tea,damn stereotyping yank.Americans words basically consist of fat,burger,hotdog,christianity and retarded.I didn't find this guy funny in the least.
Agrajag 3 years ago
This is essentially what American comedy is now -- making fun of other cultures/races/religions.
Doug Stanhope is the only good comic the US has now.
mr_magicman 3 years ago
bloke is an idiot. if he really wanted to talk about english accents then he should know that there is more then one and not just the cockney accent. im a geordie (newcastle) and sound f**k all like that but am a very very proud englishman. this is prob the first video that has ever made me slightly angry on snotr in 4 years.
Or3n 3 years ago
LOL the Israeli one made me laugh so hard!!!
Sebastien 3 years ago
Le' us boo this cun' off the stage
Vaithan 3 years ago
We may miss the letter T when pronouncing 'letter' but then so do you Americans Infact you lot pronounce it more Ledder, completely changing the letters instead of just missing them out.
sux2bu 3 years ago
I have never thought the English sounded intellegent,what is this guy talking about? The Russian skit was great. I wish he had done something with a good old Alabama redneck accent just to even the humor out.
#16 Yep I do that all the time! I even catch myself saying "nether mind" instead of "never mind".
theHourUndone 3 years ago
what about japanese? :p
mescaline 3 years ago
German are actually more about pronouncing v like w : very becomes wery, and so on...
c2quad 3 years ago
s[y]uper P[y]erfor[y]me[y]nce. Gooz onez.
Gorf 3 years ago
Don't be too hard on him: the guy has a modicum of knowledge about the rest of the world - that makes him a rarity among Americans.
or "raridy" as the Americans would say.
LiquiDnB 3 years ago
Ze germans are comming!
3 years ago
400 x 275 px
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