It's hard to pinpoint exactly what it is about it, but there's no denying that the creepiest possible accent is the accent of a soft-spoken British child. It must be, because there's really no other explanation as to why this by-all-rights innocuous video of a British kid insistently asking sheep if they like broccoli seems to take on such a disturbingly surreal undertone.
Well, probably it's a number of factors: In addition to the calm, insistent British child, you have the nonplussed reaction of the sheep at around 0:22, which is about the point when you realize that the sheep possibly has a better understanding of what's going on here than you do. And there's also the random outburst of running and unintelligible yelling at the end, which suggests a sort ofBlair Witch: English Moors
feel. Or maybe it's because the whole thing somehow reminds us of "Salad Fingers":
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