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Danny Dyer’s Peppa Pig spoof is the funniest thing you’ll see all day

Expect some colourful language though

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If you’ve got kids then you’ll know all about Peppa Pig. In fact even if you don’t have kids you’re probably still aware of the annoying little porker.

As dad to a young child, five-year-old Artie, Danny will know only too well how irritating Peppa and her family are.

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Danny with youngest daughter Sunnie (Credit: Instagram)

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Particularly when they’re running on a constant loop on the telly.

The EastEnders star has given Peppa a rework though on his Instagram and it’s honestly the funniest thing we’ve seen today.

The clip, where he uses dubbing app MadLipz, shows a conversation between Peppa and her best friend, Suzi Sheep.

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And with his youngest, Artie (Credit: Instagram)

Nothing unusual there, apart from the fact that Danny is voicing Peppa and – let’s just say – she’s changed.

WARNING. NSFW CONTENT.

Danny’s army of fans LOVED his remake of the popular cartoon which he captioned ‘p*ssedoffpeppa’ and flooded his page with lols.

“OMG this made my day,” howled one fan.

“Peppa Pig at her finest!” said another.

As Mick Carter in EastEnders (Credit: BBC)

“Much more entertaining than the real Peppa Pig,” commented a third.

Danny regularly posts MadLipz clips and has lent his voice to the likes of The Queen, Donald Trump and Darth Vadar before.

The Mick Carter actor returned to his family home at Christmas after temporarily moving into his own flat.

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Since then he’s loved posting pics of his family life on his Insta account.

And 2018 has been a much calmer year for Danny after last year’s drama where he took time off of EastEnders to get himself together.

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