A fabric softener ad from India
Makes everything nice and soft.
A fabric softener ad from India
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lukus (14 Dec, 2012) Reply
Oh great! Someone gave Hitler a wedgie. Now he's really going to be mad.
LUkus - I'm your father... (14 Dec, 2012)
Hitler is dead - he don't care no more
Smurkus (15 Dec, 2012)
That is just plain Nazi.
kid (14 Dec, 2012) Reply
can someone please explain this
Lauris (14 Dec, 2012)
Erm, it softerns Hitler into... Gandhi, I'd guess?
Capt. Obvious (14 Dec, 2012)
Title explanation clearly says, regarding the fabric conditioner's motto: "Makes everything nice and soft"...
dik (14 Dec, 2012)
Enlightenment (14 Dec, 2012)
The fabric softener works so well, it can soften Hitler into Gandhi.
kid...again (14 Dec, 2012)
oh i get it
Not A Young Indian (14 Dec, 2012)
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South (14 Dec, 2012) Reply
Also the insignia on the characters chest left side is not nazi, it's a reference to the British flag.
No It's Not (14 Dec, 2012)
It's an Iron Cross, a symbol associated with Germany since the early 13th century and a military decoration first awarded by the Kingdom of Prussia in the early 19th century. Nothing at all to do with the Union Flag.
Cambrius (17 Dec, 2012)
@South: Just curious, what did you think it was?
Cultural sensitivity (19 Dec, 2012)
Actually the symbol on his arm band should be a (reversed) swastika but in India the swastika is a symbol of peace..
i... (19 Dec, 2012)
just thought the symbol was the swastika, but slightly altered.
So (14 Dec, 2012) Reply
That super wedgie in really cold water is what drove Hitler evil.
Historybuff (14 Dec, 2012) Reply
Both, as it turns out, were incredibly racist.
:-/ (16 Dec, 2012) Reply
Great, turns me from a white man to a color man.
Wow man (18 Dec, 2012) Reply
Any one else notice Hitlers hands & face are white but his legs are black? So not only is he half Jewish hes half black too...
Asiago (26 Dec, 2013) Reply
Hitler's moustache are not historically accurate in this picture.
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