Modern Music Makes Kevin Bridges Feel THICK | The Story Continues | Universal Comedy

20 jan. 2021
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What kind of music do you like Kev?
Kevin Bridges (like a lot of us) doesn't understand modern music, it all sounds the same to him.
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  • The subdued sofa directly peep because europe electrophysiologically pull past a halting bedroom. fanatical, wiggly cloud

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  • I want to be known as ben jam in .. Oh wait !!

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  • Cave I Inn

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  • Is it bad I can’t understand half the stuff he says but I still love watching him just cause his accent

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    • His accent successfully tricked the NLworld algorithm into generating Dutch subtitles

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    • Why would it be bad?

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  • I genuinely thought he would of said it’s just a wee grenade in the middle there somewhere 😂

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  • Shakespeare presents lady Macbeth as evil in the speech by referring to things that are often associated with evil. ‘the dunnest smoke of hell’ the noun smoke shows the idea of evil, this concept of evil is shown repeatedly in the speech. In the beginning it says ‘the raven himself is hoarse.’ Ravens eat carcasses so many people associate them with death, this is the theme of evil being shown throughout the speech. This theme is shown through the play. Lady Macbeth is presented as evil because she talks about the smoke of hell, smoke could mean that she is hiding something from the king . smoke could also be connected to the unknown and people are often scared of what they don’t know, this could also show that Macbeth is scared of her and then because of that he does what she says. This could make the audience connect her with the devil and hell. Shakespeare presents lady Macbeth as evil in her speech by using the term ‘blanket of darkness’ the adjective darkness shows the theme of evil because darkness is often connected to fear and evil. The noun blanket shows that everything was covered in it so by saying blanket of darkness she could mean that there was no way out or they are surrounded by evil. This could make the reader feel like Macbeth has no choice because the witches told him he will be king. This shows the reader that Macbeth cannot see any other way because he is surrounded by ‘a blanket of darkness’ this makes the audience think that lady Macbeth has manipulated Macbeth. The theme of evil is shown in the book when Macbeth meets the witches. Throughout history people accused of being witches are thought to be in connection to the devil and therefore these witches represent evil. They are presented as evil when they They are presented as evil when one says she is back from ‘illing swine’ and another describes the revenge she has planned on a sailor who’s wife didn’t share chestnuts with her. This shows them using their power to make people suffer and this shows them as evil. They are also shown as having powers like controlling the weather and this could show that they are evil because they have powers and can control what happens. The witches are also shown as evil in their appearance because they are shown to be ‘withered’ and ‘wild’ and Banquo says that they ‘look not like inhabitants of this world’ this shows that the witches are not human and are from a different place so the audience could think they are from hell because witches are believed to be associated with the devil. The theme of evil is shown again when the opening of the story takes place in a thunder storm, this could be linked to the witches and their ability to control the weather. Another thunder storm takes place after Duncan’s death, this could be seen as a supernatural event. This use of pathetic fallacy to show a feeling of sadness after the king dies could be, it could be also to show that someone has gone against god and as a result he is punishing them as the king is supposed to be appointed by god and by Macbeth killing the king he has gone against god and his decisions. This theme of unnatural or supernatural events is also shown in the last scenes of the play when the trees ‘come to life’ this is shown by the birnam wood moving to dusinane. This might make the reader think that Macbeth is being punished for killing the king by unnatural things happening

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    • Shut up you fool

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    • Have a good night mate...

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    • Did ye aye

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    • Is that right, aye?

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  • Its Pop music Modern in what genre...

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  • This guy is garbage....

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  • Hes dead right - rnb is total shite .

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  • 'I now know less stuff' From a song so slow because it has to match the speed of thought for the listener. Repeated enough times so they can remember half the lyrics. Written of course for people who neve learned much stuff. I really like Kevin Bridges, evidently another smart kid from rough background, who can see the funny and stupid in all walks of life, including his own.

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  • Didn't even smile 👎

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  • I deficated myself today 💩

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  • Fantastic channel. Awesome clips always. Better than TV

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  • I want to be known as Phill.i.p....(maybe not)

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  • Can we have English subtitles [cc], please?

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    • Ai , if I can git a Barry gam oaf ya, ya radge.

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    • No, you fuckin' cannae.

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    • hilarious Jennifer, now say it louder for the deaf people.

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    • He’s speaking English 😂

      Jennifer CoopeJennifer CoopeMaand geleden
    • They prob are! Lol!

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  • Everything happens in the club with these pricks init

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  • check out some original music pal

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  • Man his jokes are old and incredibly repetitive

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    • Blame this channel for posting the same old stuff over and over again

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    • @Damien ring thought so, still dont think it was very good, but not bad or anything

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    • It’s an old video mate

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  • He’s got a point all the time

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    • @StupiderWithAB don’t beg it

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    • The stupidity of my channel name is nothing compared to the stupidity you will feel if you check out my stupid comedy videos.

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  • Never went to bed with a blast victim, but woke up with a few.

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    • Never gone to bed with an ugly bird but i've woken up with a few

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    • Never gone to sleep driving ...but woken up driving a few times ✌️

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  • "In the club"...has a different meaning in Spain,hasn't it Kev?

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    • @StupiderWithAB break yourself fool

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    • The stupidity of my channel name is nothing compared to the stupidity you will feel if you check out my stupid comedy videos.

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