US children speaking in British accent after watching Peppa Pig


#1

This is pretty funny.


#2

national emergency


#3

That’s very inspiring.


#4

today’s preschoolers have it rough. in my day we were watching quality cartoon / toy commercials like transformers and he-man, not today’s shoddy flash animation cardboard work.


#5

Fixed that for you :wink:


#6

We had battle of the planets and speed racer


#7

And Warner Brothers cartoons and Rocky and Bullwinkle.


#8

I fear tis too little , too late , to save them :stuck_out_tongue:


#9

The only thing that worries me is where they are learning that from.
Peppa Pig is not a good reference for kids…


#10

My granddaughter is banned from watching Peppa Pig because she starts to exhibit the same bratty, whiny, rude behavior. I agree with them.


#11

Watched it with the baby and didn’t care for it at all. And her head looks like a hairdryer. Such ugly design.


#12

I will probably get my kids to watch the cartoons I had as a kid.


#13

Which ones?


#14

Dragon ball Z, Dexters lab, Tom and jerry, Scooby-Doo, Batman.


#15

Hanna-Barbera but no Warner Bros.?


#16

I watched looney toons.


#17

Now we’re talking.

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#18

They played a lot of looney toons on TV when I was a kid in Taiwan. Back in the antenna days where you hit the TV to make it work better. Not many choices. I remember in Korea there was only 1 channel for kids that played cartoons in the evenings.


#19

Got like the whole collection here, essential cultural experience


#20

For sure. Hanna-Barbera did some good stuff, but Warner Bros. was at a whole different level.