“What if The Simpsons was a British show? It would be shorter and a lot more disappointing”
Simpson It has been re-imagined as a hellish British sitcom – you can see a clip of it below.
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British comedian Alsadair Beckett-King is behind the short film, which sees the characters swap their famous American accents for the British people. “What if The Simpsons was a British show? It will be less and a lot more disappointing, ‘he wrote in the post accompanying the video.
Homer, Marge and Bart can be seen in the kitchen during the clip, which has been viewed more than 1.5 million times since it was posted.
“Bartholomew, out for another day of eccentric chanting,” Homer tells Bart who replies: “A cow, not a father.” Meanwhile, Marge has a Scottish accent.
‘Vaughan has got Winston Churchill’s head,’ she says, as Winston Churchill falls from a roof.
You can watch the clip below:
What if The Simpsons were British? pic.twitter.com/zgtAefJrt0
– Alsadair Beckett-King (@ MrABK) 2 April, 2021
Last month, a word was used for the first time Simpson Was officially recognized by being added to a dictionary.
Dictionary.com admitted to using the term “ambigence”, first used in a 1996 episode that saw Lisa devastated after discovering Zabedia Springfield, the city founder of Springfield. , Was in fact a murderous pirate.
Determined to educate residents on the real history of Springfield, Lisa instead ends up harassing cityfalls who refuse to let their lauded founder hate his people and were nothing but right.
During her mission, it is revealed that the city’s motto is “a great soul embraces the youngest man”, a term teacher Edna Crabpel says she had “never heard of before” until she moved into the city Has gone.
It comes after “Ambiganad” which was previously included in the Merriam-Webster dictionary and online edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in 2018.
“Embiggened” was first included in the Merriam-Webster dictionary and in the online edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in 2018.
Simpson It was recently renewed for its 33rd and 34th seasons, which will air it until at least 2023.