John Branyan - The Three Little Pigs
By: timhawkinscomedy | Minutes: 08:24 | Views: 1,498,414
Uploaded: November 29th, 2011 (3 years ago)
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Ever wondered what "The Three Little  Pigs" would sound like if it had been  written with a more classic, robust  command of the English language? John  shows you in this very funny stand-up  bit.

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Jason Persampieri: Pitch-perfect comedy. Downright Izzardian. John Branyan - The Three Little Pigs
Phandeluys A: Dedicated to everyone who has full command of the English language, or think they do.
Brent Zimmerman: This is hilarious! I think I'm a lot like the third pig :-) lol
Eugene Kramer: Dedicated to everyone who has full command of the English language, or think they do.
Matt Warren: *The mighty maelstrom of the wolf’s exhale…splattered second swine’s shack and shortened his sanctimonious scolding simultaneously.* I'd forgotten how intense The Three Little Pigs was.
Helga Schwarz: Dedicated to everyone who has full command of the English language, or think they do.
Christopher Shawn Shaw: Check out this video on YouTube:
Hilary Hatch: Though I've probably posted this previously, it continues to amuse. It is not particularly Shakespearean, but it does use a substantially wider vocabulary than average.
Abelhawk: broken link to the book
IceQueenx128: This is so fantastic
Robert Smith: The moral of the story is, make sure your house is American made
DeeFaun: Terrific, thank you. I'm still laughing !
derekw148: saw john and tim Hawkins in edmonton on oct/25/14. two of the funniest in Christian Comedy.
Anna Ferrara: This reminds me of being at the Renaissance Festival in MD. :)
Jack Fico: This is great.
Ángeles Po: Dedicated to everyone who has full command of the English language, or think they do.
blu3jay: You're saying that approximately 50% of American high schoolers flunk out of school?
Nellie K. Adaba: Funny
DashW0: mighty maelstrom :P
itsw4d3: me too :D
UkeliDokeli: He should've done a bit on TED on Earships... thustly
obadiah robinson: hi
Kate Jones: Sorry to disagree, but all words and expressions were perfect. He misspoke once and corrected it ("Two... One.") Verily it has been said that the English and the Americans are divided by a common language. People don't read enough good writing anymore; TV, movies, comic books -- entertainment is aimed at the lowest common denominator. The great egalitarian movement wants no kid to fail, so the failures get passed through. Most people on this thread can't spell or punctuate, and don't know it.
aubscares: "Nay, it shall not be! Indeed, not by wit nor whiskered jowel."
OKBfilms: Oops! Nevermind! I thought you ment that as an insult! You must think I'm an idiot... sorry. :(


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