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In "Twidiots", we collect the choicest thoughts on a particular topic from Twitter's millions of users.
Stars: they're just like us. But not all the time. It's an important distinction.
RT if you think I look like Scarlett Johansson twitter.com/Sasha2Fierce4U Sasha Schuster (@Sasha2Fierce4U) May 28, 2013
People say I look like Drake haha I dunno tho :/ twitter.com/ShmickWBA96/st Shmick (@ShmickWBA96) May 27, 2013
Even though The Simpsons airs in over 70 different countries, and it would obviously be impossible to use the original cast of voice actors for non-English versions, there's still something seems strange about seeing these iconic characters divorced from their equally iconic voices. On the other hand, it makes a good tool for learning another language, if you already have every Simpson's joke memorized.
1. "Go banana!" in French
When I was a kid I remember being told that cartoons were horrible, brain-rotting bits of entertainment, but there are some things that I would probably never know if I hadn't been sitting on the floor watching Looney Tunes all morning:
If you hear someone yell "timber!" your first instinct is to look up for something that's tall and probably falling on you. At least it is for me, and I have cartoons to thank for keeping me safe when I'm wandering around forests (which I do ALL THE TIME). I've probably heard the word "timber" used to mean "something is falling" far more often than I've heard it used as just another word for "lumber."