A 13-year-old got the shock of his life while standing outside a mall trying to raise money for his school. What started as a polite conversation with a random woman actually turned out to be Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson.
Innocently standing there as the excitable woman asked him questions the boy, James, Nancy then fished around for more information, asking what grade he's in. "You're in... seventh grade?" Nancy inquired. "Eighth grade," the boy corrected her before she effortlessly changed into her Bart voice, "I'm 10 and I go to Springfield Elementary. I'm Bart Simpson, put it there man."
Awkwardly laughing, while probably thinking to himself "please just buy a box of whatever I'm selling", James complimented her "really good impression".
When the penny finally dropped, James was speechless and stunned that he was actually meeting the voice of the most famous 10-year-old in the world. Nancy meanwhile drove off, reflecting on how lucky she is to troll teenagers IRL, but not after giving him a high-five, a signed bookmark, and $20 for his troubles.
@nancycartwright This was just so sweet, I had to watch it twice!— Sabrina Alberghetti (@TheRealSibsy) March 29, 2017
@nancycartwright Love this! That so sweet moment in his eyes when he got hit by the Bart Truck.— Derek De Vette (@DerekDeVette) March 24, 2017
@nancycartwright omg that is beyond cute!! What an amazing woman you are something so simple made his month!!— Damian Darby (@apollosguy) March 28, 2017
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