‘I Work at the Market’ is a new comedy series on YouTube that is centered around the daily life of Simon, and the strange customers he meets everyday in his Father’s store. Each short video recreates particular encounters that Simon has had with customers that frequent his Father’s Asian themed store. I was contacted by the show’s creators to check out the project, and I must say that it has potential. There’s something very entertaining about listening to Simon’s stories as he perfectly re-creates the stereotypical accent for people of Asian decent. Simon is Asian himself, but he’s an Australian, so his impression of the Asian dialect is one of the most unique accents I’ve ever heard.
I can honestly say that this is the first time I’ve ever heard someone of Asian decent have an Aussie accent, and it’s very captivating to say the least. The series as it stands now only has 2 episodes in the can, but the 2AsianDudes creative team is hoping to put out at least 1 new episode each week, if not 2. The first two episodes of ‘I Work at the Market’ can be viewed below. Personally, I’m a bigger Smerry Fingers fan than Dumpling Make, but both episodes showcase the high production value that 2AsianDudes put into this new series. Make sure to check them out, and if you’re a fan let them know by tweeting this post, and subscribing to their channel. You’ve been given something original to watch…
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