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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by bingimar, Oct 1, 2009.
For something with Nazis in it, that's actually quite amusing
love it lol
Being a German, I can hardly appreciate those videos with audio turned on, since the subtitles clearly don't match the dialogue.
This is a ripoff of a video that appeared in the 2007 NFL playoffs.
LOL, the video is pretty good too, and not too long as well.
These Hitler reaction videos are definitely the new internet trend, aren't they? Some of them are highly amusing.
Maybe you can tell me what he's really saying.
This one seems suitable - He finds out his subtitles are wrong.
The clip is from the movie Downfall... very good film. If you watch that it has the proper subtitles
I quite like the one where he finds out Oasis have broken up or that his XBox Live account has been suspended. He he...
These are just getting annoying now. The same video with a new event and new subtitles...next
I thought Hitler was dead.
Thank you, I had wondered where it originated.
It's a surprising comeback.
There's also one where he finds out about the iPod touch not having a camera here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vECSyaegm1U
Whilst I tend to agree that things can get really old, there are some times when someone adds something to an existing meme which revitalises it. I thought when Hitler found out about he was an internet sensation was pretty good.
I thought the same. It was funny at the first time but now, eh, it's not anymore. The same video with different subtitles doesn't work. New ones just reminds me of the original video.
Mebbe it's just me, but I didn't really find it that funny...
No, is not just you. I just do not see the humor in that....
I love these videos. However, I would love to see an unedited version of the same clip to see what it really says.
My favourite's the one where finds out how much the tram works in my hometown (Edinburgh) are costing. It's one of the better ones
To quote Mark Twain: "The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated"
Indeed. The iPod Touch version is far superior. It cut with a rapier wit and was funny to boot. The Win7 Launch Party version, well, limp noodle comes to mind.
I thought it was Steve Jobs who said that?
I was going to say that.
He may have said it too, but I think Mark Twain said it a bit before him.
Being a Jew, I still find this video f****** funny.