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April 20, 2012

Adorable Children vs. David Attenborough

PlanetEarthEvidence that children mispronouncing things is the best way to get people's attention: In a brilliant advertisement for BBC America's Planet Earth, the producers pooled together a group of kids to mimic the classic narrations of David Attenborough. Trouble is, the kids weren't ready to stick to the script, let alone pronounce Attenborough's name: "We're good but we're not that good as Aperfallagood."

All I can say is, I'm totally going to watch Planet Earth right now. Just a preview: "Eww, what is he eating!? I would never eat a fly, I like cheeseburgers."

 

 

JRC Justin Cohn is a blogger for the Sierra Club. He is also a student at the University of California, Berkeley, an aspiring fiction writer, musician, and — occasionally — the guy who gets the mail. Twitter: @justinrcohn

 

[via Gawker, Boing Boing]

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