Comedy Central’s criminally underrated Kroll Show devoted most of last night’s episode to a reality show pawn-porn parody called Pawnsylvania. In it, Nick Kroll’s Philadelphian character swapped pawn shops with Jon Daly’s Pittsburgher and verbal hideousness ensued. These accents are so hard to nail (I was flummoxed when Toni Collette was praised for her Philly accent in The Sixth Sense, which was…not a Philly accent), and also hard to differentiate, though they are substantially distinct.
“Running in a nice suit is not the best idea, and it’s also probably a little dangerous. Dress shoes don’t really have proper traction needed for a safe run on the streets of this city. And a celebrity running somewhere like the Brooklyn Bridge could create a small mob and it would be very difficult for us to properly respond.”—And NYPD officer who is damn tired of watching New York television show opening credits.
Hi. I was wondering if you could help me out. You guys seem good at talking. I am not good at talking, especially with girls on online dating sites. I was wondering if you could give me any advice. Maybe I could try to be funny like you guys. I would really appreciate it if you could take a look and my tumblr and see some of the messages i have been writing to girls and give me any advice you can think of. Thanks. -Brian
I dunno man, seems like you’ve got it pretty under control from the looks of your blog.
Maybe try writing in all caps? Especially during any INNUENDOS.
The right lady is OUT THERE.
(That wasn’t innuendo, that was just for regular EMPHASIS.)