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Brit Marling and James Nesbitt have a staring contest in Babylon. (SundanceTV)
Brit Marling and James Nesbitt have a staring contest in Babylon. (SundanceTV)
Brit Marling and James Nesbitt have a staring contest in Babylon. (SundanceTV)

It’s no surprise SundanceTV speaks British with hit shows like The Honourable Woman, Appropriate Adult, and One Child already a part of its Britcentric roster of programming. To further prove their Brit bonafides, they’ve launched a super-cheeky American-to-British (and vice versa) insult translator on the website for their new comedy Babylon, premiering Thursday, January 8 at 10/9c.

The Danny Boyle-produced police satire stars The Missing’s James Nesbitt and Brit Marling (Another Earth). Marling portrays an American PR whiz who is recruited to London to give the police force a technological makeover. She’s not necessarily welcomed with open arms, and with the cultural and language gaps, we might expect some friction.

The folks over at SundanceTV have created a clever online gadget for both Americans and Brits to figure out what the other is saying with this Insult Translator. In three easy steps, you can learn to throw insults with the best of ’em:

1) Choose American to British or British to American.

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2) Choose a common insult or saying from the drop-down list:

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3) You’ll hear the British or American version of your chosen saying, pronounced for you with accent and all.

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Are you going to practice these on your coworkers?

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By Brigid Brown