|Nominal - 2013-06-01 |
At this point, why wouldn't JC Penny take a chance?
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-06-01 |
And... now... it's...
TEA time, for HITler, and Ger-maneeeeeee!
|StanleyPain - 2013-06-01 |
For those who wake up in the morning wanting a brisk cup of good tea and having a strange desire to annex the Sudetenland.
|memedumpster - 2013-06-01 |
It's obvious their target audience is the House of Representatives.
|SolRo - 2013-06-01 |
If you cross your eyes you'll see a jet!
|BHWW - 2013-06-01 |
THIS IS MEIN HANDLE
THIS IS MEIN SPOUT
THIS IS MEIN KAMPF
|robotkarateman - 2013-06-02 |
No further comments are needed for this video.
|sven - 2013-06-02 |
Jedem das Seine (Tea Kettle). The slogan on the billboard is close enough to the Buchenwald concentration camp slogan to not be some intern's joke.
*Too close. Ugh.
I didn't even catch that.
It's really the best case scenario.
|cognitivedissonance - 2013-06-02 |
Yes, the water boils on time, but to where?
|boner - 2013-06-02 |
"We wanted to find out if anyone complained, so we called the first jews we could think of."
|Binro the Heretic - 2013-06-02 |
So a friend of mine at work asked, "Did you see that Hitler tea kettle thing?" I was, naturally, confused and asked what she was talking about.
"Sears put up some billboard with a tea kettle that looks like Hitler." (it turned out to be a J.C. Penny ad, not Sears)
"Why would Sears make a teakettle that looks like Hitler?" I asked.
"They didn't deliberately make it look like Hitler, but it does."
"Has it got Hitler's face on it, or something?"
"You're just messing with me, right?"
"No, Google it."
"I seriously doubt a teakettle can look like Hitler."
I'll have to apologize when I see her tomorrow.
|fluffy - 2015-03-16 |
Looks like Charlie Chaplin.
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