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    • When you ignore your child so often they learn to talk like a fucking cartoon pig instead
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    • The brits won the culture victory in civilization
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    • Yall remember Wow Wow Wubzy
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    • Who remembers that one meme from like 2011 where someone said they were going to raise their kid, speaking to them only in a British accent, so the kid would adopt this accent and speak in this way. Anyone remember?
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    • A lot of kids I knew had a new York accent despite never being there, because they have a speech impediment. Which helped me form the theory that new yorkers don't have an accent, they're all just retarded
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    • i’m kinda the same way. i was mostly raised by my grandmother who used to watch spanish soaps with the subtitles on cause that was the only channel that worked. i picked up spanish fairly easy and had an accent for a second despite me growing up in the bad part of san antonio
      LaSane 17 apr
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    • "Pardon me, mum. 'Tis whom I have become."
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    • And that is why my kids will watch Mongolian throat singing instead
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    • My brother has an Irish accent just from watching jacksepticeye
      nathioz 19 apr
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    • It's because they completely neglect their child and think the magical colored box will raise their kid for them.
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    • They made a stewie
      unknown1925 a month
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    • That’s actually kinda sad when you think about it, because it means the kid learned how to talk from watching Peppa pig instead of interacting with their parents
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    • The little girl I babysit keeps calling her mom “Mommy Pig”😂
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    • Ok there Stewy Griffin
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    • I have a speech impediment that makes my voice sound accented. People ask me all the time if I'm from England or some shit
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    • I love how when Southerners go to different states in the south, they use the lingo of where they’re from and somehow the other southerners can pick up on what he or she said. But when a Southerner goes out-of-region, (past Texas or above Tennessee) everyone looks at you like you’re a fucking alien.
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    • One time in fifth grade I went on a field trip to different middle schools and at this one, I talked with a British accent because I thought it’d get me a girlfriend
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    • I did the same thing from watching doctor who so damn much growing up. Same with top gear. My parents had to scream at me to get me to stop saying “bonnet” and “lavatory”
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    • Yea I had an Australian accent from being sat in front of the wiggles all day long watching VHS tapes on repeat. To be clear I'm American and the accent stayed until I was 9. I still fumble over words because I have to think about whether it'll come out weird or not.
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    • A similar thing happened to my stepmom's best friend's daughter. She says "mummy" instead of "mom" and is no longer allowed to watch Peppa Pig.
      QAoA_AB 20 apr
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    • My friends parents spoke in a British accent when he was born to see if he would still have a British accent in the future and it worked
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    • When pepa pig is there more then the parents
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    • If a child is not communicating with its parents and peers more then someone or something with a acent then they will adopt that acent.
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    • Stewie from family guy
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    • Played rugby with some Australians after they moved to the US, their little siblings I remember kept getting into trouble because they would say things like “I like cock” (meant coke but the accent made it sound like cock) and “I need a rubber” apparently they call erasers, rubbers in Australia
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    • His parents talked with a British accent for 10 years just so their kids would learn to speak with one
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    • I'm so glad Britain isn't real and is only apart of the PPCU (Peppa Pig Cinematic Universe)
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    • I’ve done that wall binge watching dr. Who. It didn’t go away for a few days.
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    • Or maybe the kid has a speech impediment. Everyone use to think I had an accent but really I couldnt pronounce “R”
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    • There’s a story where a girl adapted to a Brit accent cuz of her parents pretending to be brits when she was learning to speak
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    • I kinda did the same thing. When I get really upset ,angry or sad, I'll slip into a British accent or an Irish accent. No idea how I did it but and it will be involuntary but it happens. And no I never watched Peppa pig.
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    • I saw a thing about two parents that spoke in a British accent until their daughter turned 7 so she would have the accent. The parents were American.
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    • my bf's little sister was playing with her Peppa pig toys and we asked her what Peppa's brother's name is and she pronounced "George" in a british accent, it's the only what she's heard it, we lol'ed
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    • My cousin did that too until we banned her from peppa for being too obsessed
      bloop123 19 apr
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    • There was a girl who did this in the middle school i went to but she changed it like half into the school year and everybody called her out on it till she stopped cause it was retarded
      chiefgor 19 apr
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    • I always spelled things the way England spelled it all because of RuneScape. So I'd spell "armour" and shit like that and get it marked wrong on a spelling test
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    • They say bastard in that show because it’s okay apparently, heard it in one episode when they tried to get a cat out of a tree.the little bastard was stuck up there
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    • Y’all remember when we used to have to rate the features?
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    • WHAT THE FUCK, my nephew started doing the exact same thing.
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    • Lol death to peppa
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    • Same thing happened to me during the sons of anarchy arc where they go to Ireland
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    • That’s bullshit because I watched Thomas the tank engine almost exclusively as a kid and I have the thickest Chicago accent there is
      Tigtone 22 apr
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    • There’s this kid that goes to my school also that has a British accent and his mom didn’t which was a little wired but I then heard the kids mom say, “he got a British accent from watching British Minecraft youtubers” he also somehow was under the impression he was born in britain
      Goatrasin 22 apr
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    • This must be why I'm fluent in choo-choo from watching all that Thomas the Spank Engine
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    • It's probably because they ignore their children so much and just stick them in front of Peppa pig.
      W4SNEY 21 apr
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    • That's apparently global right now, lots of kids are doing it and growing up speaking british
      chrystal 20 apr
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    • I was essentially born with a british accent, but it wasn't posh enough to be cute so my parents had it drilled out of me in second grade
      nubnubbud 20 apr
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    • Stewie Griffin
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    • OOOORRR HER PERANTS ARE FROM BRITAIN TOO! Dumbass.
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    • That happened to my brother in the first 2 1/2 years of his life. We give him so much attention but all he wanted was that cartoon pig
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    • That’s sad actually...
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    • That's what happens when you use a TV show as a preschool.
      Zenith12 20 apr
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    • I know a kid who speaks in a British accent cause he’s autistic. He’s from Israel.
      Hazalion 19 apr
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    • I'd punch this kid. As the teacher or parent.
      polymake 19 apr
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    • Khalo 19 apr
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    • Got a book full of Irish slang cause I thought it was kinda comedic- then it gave me a slight Irish accent for awhile. It wasn't even a proper accent, it was those really bad fake Irish accents. It sucked
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    • Stewie Griffin
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    • That means they watched fucking Peppa Pig longer than their fucking parents spent any time with them!!!
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    • My uncle teaches elementary school and he had two siblings in class who’s parents were never home and so they just watched despicable me over and over. So the two kids could barely speak English and talked like minions
      Kittez_rp 19 apr
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    • Speech therapy major here! Children learn language and speech from the people they interact with, so this means that this child is likely experiencing neglect from their parents who sit their kid in front of a tv instead of taking care of them.
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    • My black cousin did, he watched peppa pig everyday all day
      6ix9inejr 19 apr
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    • My accent is definitely American, but I've incorporated British phrases into my speach because of the presence of Brits on YouTube, and especially in the math area. And no, there is no fucking 's' on the end of math.
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    • I had a British accent when I was younger like kindergarten through 3rd grade I had it. No one in my family is British and it made everyone in my family laugh.
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    • They are trying to take over our children!!
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    • I picked up somewhat of a Long Island NY accent even though me parents didn't use one when I was learning to speak
      ItsHeathy 19 apr
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    • It wasn't peppa pig that's actually stewie lol
      KL1160 19 apr
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    • Probably has a problem talking. Most likely can't pronounce his Rs. I have it and everyone thinks I'm from the U.K.
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    • My child will imitate scottish peppa pig parodies.
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    • This actually happened to my little sister, she watched a show called kipper
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    • My friends kid says rubbish instead of trash and asked if I'm being cross with him once it's funny af we live in Ohio
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    • My sister went into a similar phase after watching the entire Harry Potter series on DVD.
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    • Well sonava whore it's time for another fucking British invasion
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    • Can't stand Peppa pig
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    • Imagine if you spoke in a British accent until your child was 18 and then one day you're just like "ayy whaddup"
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    • It's literally a disease called Pepps Pig syndrome and it's ACTUALLY FUCKING COMMON
      oof_ok 18 apr
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    • I played xbox for about 2 years with some friends from the UK. Im american. I can now speak peppa pig.
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    • This is what happens when you let your kids watch to much tv and not be social
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    • The Britts are a weak race. Softer than baby shit
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    • My daughter does this. It's called the peppa effect. Google it
      loadin_w8 18 apr
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    • Good. My parents speak very southern and I speak very proper. I’m so thankful
      pussypass 18 apr
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    • The three year old I babysit came up to me the other day with a broken toy and said "mend it" instead of "fix it" and honestly I hope he keeps getting his words from British shows
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    • Thats why u dont talk to babies in the baby voice cause then they grow up with stutters and other speech problems
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    • “Oi mum, where’s me fuckin milk, u dunce?”
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    • I know someone who speaks in a full American accent because they watched too much tv as a kid. She’s 100% Australian
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    • Beat the British out of him
      josilo 18 apr
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    • Accent =/= Dialect
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    • I did the same thing from thomas the tank engine. Its slowly dissapated through out the years but some words or phrases i say still have that accent
      dadsnuts 18 apr
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    • From here? Where is here? Indonesia?
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    • I had this happen to me from harry Potter and the chamber of secrets. My sister and I watched it every afternoon
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    • Imagine growing up with a British accent and everyone is questioning it. Then you gotta be straight forward and be like, “it’s from peppa pig.” And now you’re existense is shit.
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    • Stewie Griffin
      JFunnyBc 18 apr
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    • The exact same thing happened to my cousin lol
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    • George you little shit
      iRaditz 18 apr
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    • I began speaking like early 20th century British nobility after I binge watched Downton Abbey 💁🏽‍♂️
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