30 Seconds on Community (American and Queen’s English verisions)

Cole Camplese posted a call for 30 second video responses defining community. He actually didn’t specify which language he wanted it in (i.e., American English or the Queen’s English), so I covered all bases, for reading text is one thing–but actually listening to someone talk is something else all together.

American English version

The Queen’s English version

The “inspiration” for this train wreck comes from EduRush Nation.

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5 Responses to 30 Seconds on Community (American and Queen’s English verisions)

  1. Cole says:

    That second video made me laugh so god damn loud I think I scared people next door to me! Thanks! Can you do me a favor and add it as a response to the video on youtube by clicking the Post a video response link?

    http://www.youtube.com/video_response_upload?v=R1h30Lh5niI

    just point to your video. These are great! Thanks, Jim!

  2. Ed Webb says:

    Jim – you need help with British – I will gladly coach you…

  3. Brad says:

    Roighto, you need lessons from ye olde chimbley sweepe, Sir Richard Van Dyke.

  4. Reverend says:

    Hmmm, seems like nobody liked my accent. I can’t imagine why….I thought it was “spot on”—as they say in the old country.

  5. Ed Webb says:

    Au contraire, old chap, I adored it. Thought it was top-hole, absolutely super, pukka. It’s simply marvelous when you colonial chappies across the pond imitate Ozzies, donchaknow.

    😀

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