Prisencolinensinainciusol: Meant To Sound Like English In An American Accent To An Italian Audience

Submitted by: daegog 11 months ago in Entertainment


The origins of Fancylad's famous dance moves revealed!
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Male 49
I can’t stop watching this. Awesome. 
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Male 3,387
My God...this is amazing. I also just realized I've heard his son's version which rocks, but not as good as this.
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Male 955
jtrebowski This one?  Yeah, not as good I don't think.
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Male 3,387
muert Yep!  That one!
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Male 1,459
muert Wow... I hate most modern music. 
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Male 9,505
jtrebowski JT! Where you been, man? I haven't seen you on here in ages.
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Male 3,387
squrlz4ever Hey squrlz!  Yeah, I miss this site and all of you...even 5cats...lol...Got a lot going on, but promise to spend more time here!
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Male 9,505
jtrebowski That would be a good thing. A belated Happy New Year: I hope 2018 is an excellent year for you.
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Male 9,505
Until that magic day when I drank the remains of a Caramel Macchiato with a double shot that I found in the trash outside a Starbucks store--the cup said "Gina," I now remember--this is how all human speech sounded to me.

Caffeine has changed my life and there is no turning back. ~slurps a pourover coffee~
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Male 679
They played this in last season of Fargo.  It was perfect.
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Male 580
This is really well done. Odd as all getup, but quite authentic. 

I used to try and find this video but could never spell the damn thing, correctly, lol. 


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Male 4,490
Did I stroke out?

Seriously, it really did sound like I should have been able to understand what they were singing.
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Male 2,357
DuckBoy87 like political comnentary: sounds like English but makes so sense whatsoever.
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