Hitler yelling

Check out this “Hitler yelling” parody that several people tweeted to my attention. Even if it’s 18 months old, it’s still sufficient for your Saturday LOL needs.

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7 Responses to “Hitler yelling”


  1. I have mixed feelings, but it’s really funny.


  2. I love it. I can’t believe that I’ve not seen it.
    Who made it?

    EVO


  3. Eric-

    Over on YouTube, “wineparody” (the account that posted it) says that although he/she composed the mashup 18 months ago, it was only posted publicly to youtube on Aug 31. So it is kind of new/old.

    Glad you liked it. I have no idea who did it.


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  5. This is famous. My personal favorite has Hitler ranting about BMW’s lack of reliability — seems perfectly fitting to me!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlneaZ-2KaI


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