Mom’s Post About Toddler’s Peppa Pig Inspired Accent Is Resonating With Parents Worldwide

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Whether you have kids, work with them or just around the kids in your own family, it doesn’t take long to notice that they really do say the “darndest” things. Sometimes its hard to believe the things that come out of their mouths and you notice the smallest things they pick up on. Just like adults, they are so heavily influenced by what they watch on TV.

Grace Terbrock of Twitter hilariously posted about her 3-year-old son that, thanks to the popular show Peppa Pig, now thinks he’s British:

For those that aren’t familiar, Peppa Pig is a British pre-school animated children’s program that airs on Nick Jr. The series revolves around a female pig named Peppa and her family and friends. The characters engage everyday activities that most small kids are familiar with — like going to the grocery store, playing at the playground and visiting grandparents.

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Terbrock’s post has since gone viral with “mums” from all over, chiming in about their kids’ shared adoption of the British culture and dialect through the popular pig series:

It’s clear to see how much influence television programming (and YouTube, obviously) has on kids everywhere…

It’s also pretty neat seeing how much this thread has brought people of different cultures together, as one Twitter user needfully pointed out:

Big ups to Peppa for bringing the world together, exposing American children to British culture and bringing laughter (and confusion) to American families everywhere.

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h/t Twitter