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Learn to Speak Like a PEANUTS Teacher with the New WAH-WAH Machine!

Learn to Speak Like a PEANUTS Teacher with the New WAH-WAH Machine!

When you think of Peanuts, there are some things that come straight to mind – Linus’ blanket, Lucy pulling the football out from Charlie Brown, Snoopy and his never-ending war with the Red Baron. Good grief, this list could go on forever!

Another staple of the Peanuts universe is the “Wah-Wah” sound that adults make whenever they talk. The kids are the only ones that can understand and respond to them, but audience members are left in the dark.

Now, we are one step closer to breaking that code, thanks to the new Peanuts WAH-WAH Machine!

Wah Wah Machine

You can access the actual site here. Once you get there, all you have to do is type in what you want to say, and the Wah-Wah Machine turns it into “Peanuts Speak.” You want to know what your name sounds like? Type it in. Would you like to declare that you need to use the restroom? You can express that thought as well. Want to go on a profanity-laced tirade about a movie? Ooh, sorry. No swear words allowed. Once you’ve created your own person Wah-Wah sound, you can either save it to your desktop or share on Twitter or Facebook.

Between this and the Peanutize feature, fans will be more than ready for the Peanuts movie, opening everywhere November 6th.

So what do you think? Are you going to go back and watch all the old Peanuts specials to see if you can translate what the teachers are saying? Are you going to use it and create your new outgoing voicemail message? Let me know on Twitter or sound off in the comments below.

IMAGE: 20th Century Fox

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