5 CARTOONS THAT LOOK DIFFERENT IN OTHER COUNTRIES
On the last decades, the art of computer animated films is getting better and better. Animated films are more beautiful, more complicated and of a higher quality. Nowadays, each little detail is important: some of you probably remember the famous headphone mistake that was so commented on the internet a couple of years ago and it was finally done right! But in several countries, some famous scenes from different animated films look quite different from the way they look in other countries. You might not know this, but people working in animated films love their work and their audience, and sometimes change their films to include some important aspects for this or that culture. So, here are 5 animated films that look different in other countries.
thats what i hate.. why ruin a film like that.. just let it be what it is .. dont change it out cuz u live in a diffrent country.. i mean did other countries change anything about pokemon ? beside the translation ? no?? ok..
1:50, well, we Asian people have different ways to cook brocoli, and we add different flavours for it to taste better, here in Spain they just stem it and sometimes add salt (i don´t know if in other countries they do that as well) and obviously some of them hate brocoli.
Infinite poop. You sit on the toilet to poop, but the poop never stops coming out of your butt. You have to start flushing the toilet every two minutes to keep up. You try to pinch your butt closed but that makes your insides hurt. The poop accelerates. You call 911. The paramedics call for doctors. The doctors call for specialists. The story trends on Twitter. You turn down talk show appearances. Your septic tank fails. People form a cult. Your toilet is finished. Volunteers arrive with buckets and shovels. You are completely used to the smell. The poop accelerates. You are moved to a stepladder with a hole in the top step. The poop accelerates. The shovelers abandon the buckets and shovel directly out the window. The poop accelerates. A candlelight vigil forms around your house. One of the workers falls over and can't free himself. The poop accelerates. A priest knocks over the stepladder and tackles you out the window. You land in the pile. The poop accelerates. The force now propels you forward and upward. Vigil goers grab at your legs. The poop ignites from their candles. The Facebook live event hits 1 million viewers. The poop accelerates. You are 30 feet in the air. The fire engulfs the vigil and your house. 60 feet. The poop accelerates. The torrent underneath you is deafening. 5 million Facebook live viewers. You try to close up shop but your butthole disintegrated long ago. 120 feet up. Your house explodes. The poop accelerates. 1000 feet. You are now tracked on radar. You try to change your angle of ascent but you should have thought of that way earlier. The poop accelerates. 4,000 feet. NORAD upgrades to DEFCON 3. Concentric circles of fire engulf your city. The poop accelerates. You have broken the sound barrier. 30,000 feet. You no longer take in enough oxygen to sustain consciousness. 60,000 feet. CNN is reporting on all the world records you've broken. 200,000 feet. You are no longer alive. The poop accelerates. Your body disintegrates but your poop contrail remains. NASA can no longer track you. You break the light-speed barrier and we can no longer bear witness. The poop accelerates. Forever.
Really good video, but there is a detail to look: I think it's not okay to say "Japanese kids are wrong because they love brocoli" and to say that is strange that they don't like peppers. Sry but that is just not okay!! Japanese kids are just different, but not wrong, just because they like this. Pleeeeeeaaaaaaaase mind this for your next videos in which other people are just different in eating or doing things generally. Thank you
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