Da Suisa: How a crappy and bizarre parody of the Simpsons influenced an entire generation of young people

The absurd and bizarre humor has been something that has always had a very fanatic public in Spain. With Niñada Nui as the main pioneer of this type of eccentric and peculiar comedies, it was not until the arrival of the internet that this genre fully exploded. This is when in 2006, a couple of young comedians called Xavi Daura and Esteban Navarro They released their first video on a platform that had barely taken its first steps, such as YouTube, and on a channel with the name of their duo: come nuns.

Over the years, the humorous duo would begin to leave your spot on the platform, with legendary videos like Communion Pants, Sorry for the delay or his legendary questions on the street. However, what would give them the definitive push to stardom would be nothing more and nothing less than a very crude parody of The Simpsonsunder the name of “Da Switzerland” and with a cast of actors and comedians unknown to many but who more than fulfilled their role.

Da Suisa, the best parody ever made of the Simpsons

Stephen Navarro

Da Homa – Homer

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Xavi Daura

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The Morgan-Marge

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Miguel Noguera

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Laysi – Lisa

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Carles Gras

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Grasse Bort – Bart

For those who have never seen this mega-parody, Da Suisa recounts different very famous chapters of the Simpsons with recreations far removed from realitya gigantic cloak of irony and a humor as spicy as it is bizarre together with the motto of “Keep it Seedy” to give more emphasis to this type of comedy. Chapters such as Frank Grime, Bart sells his soul or the monorail have been versioned in the most absurd way possible, reaching a average of more than 100 thousand reproductions per chapter and a huge amount of positive feedback.

With almost 50 chapters behind him in almost 10 years of series history, Da Suisa has become a must for all those users who love absurd and bizarre humor. Because if we have to get something bad out of the series it is that it is not for everyone: It is a wave that if you know how to surf it will be an incredible experience, but if it is not your type you will not understand anything at all and will get bored in less than what a rooster sings

All of us who have seen the series agree on the same thing: It is something so strange and crude that it is very unlikely that we will see something similar in the futuresince they are the ones who created a lore around all the characters, inventing names and phrases that have remained for the story. In addition, it turns out to be extremely addictive due to how short and intense its chapters become and, since there are almost fifty episodes, we can eat twenty in just over an hour.

A legacy for history

There are many comedians and content creators of the new era who have had Vengamonjas and Da suisa as references. Without going further, chuso has been one of the streamers of Twitch that has enacted this series the most in its direct in the best way, imitating its characters while taking a run No-hit or while playing with the Chroma for one reason or another. Even those who established a chair have reaped the fruits of this success as Ernest Sevillethe most visible face of today’s Chicada Nui together with Joaquín Reyes.

Broncano has also received the influence of this bizarre family, even collaborating with the Venga Monjas themselves and the genius Miguel Noguera, who even left a mark on the program of The resistance with his worm performance.

We do not know exactly if the Morgan or Grasse Bort will return to do crazy things in the Catalan city of Springfield, but we only have words of thanks for Xavi and Esteban, who even participated in the Eurovision alongside Rigoberta Bandini to spread the word of Da Homa throughout the old continent. The legacy that Venga Monjas has left beyond this parody is insane and few comedians of today and the future will dare as much as these, with disgusting shows but up to par of what Da Suisa has always been: An acid and bizarre humor but addictive as could be. You are eternal.

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We will talk about the history of some of the most emblematic pseudonyms, as well as the most curious ones, since many of them are so obvious that much explanation is not needed.

Da Suisa: How a crappy and bizarre parody of the Simpsons influenced an entire generation of young people