Boy, that Adolf guy could really keep them rolling in the aisles, huh? That one joke right there was practically a LOLercaust!
However, this clip also shows that Hitler’s comic skills were somewhat lacking. I mean, he mentioned Roosevelt and no wheelchair joke. Mein wacky Führer, you disappoint me. How could you pass that up?
And why no jokes about the Jews? Speaking of Jews, it’s well known that Krauts have no damned sense of humor. And Jews start cracking jokes when they’re still in the womb. Those kicks Jewish mothers have to endure are due to their fetuses collapsing in the uterus in spasms of humor. I’ve always wondered about those Hitler had a Jewish grandparent rumors, and this clip shows it must have been true.
This wasn’t really one of Adolf’s loopier lines. The Fuhrer could really be a card sometimes. “Heil honey, I’m home!” jokingly tossed off to Eva as he jackbooted through the front door, will be warmly remembered around the globe for many years to come.
Anyway, so these two Nazis and a rabbi walk into a bar…
Oh, forget it. This post has already gone too far.
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Hitler did say some funny stuff from time to time; h0wever, most of the time he was serious – http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/media_fi.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10005175&MediaId=3108
The funny thing about the clip you included with this post is that Germany under Hitler DID actually invade many of the countries he listed in that speech.
“Thank god I have never persecuted my enemies.”
No, he really said that, I swear.
Damn! That Adolf guy could really bring down the house! The world didn’t just lose a dictator, they lost a great comedian!
How different history might have been had they not heckled him at the Royal Viennese Improv.
Dang that sucks.
I just subconsciously made a Hitler figure with my keyboard. Now I must be a Nazi for sure. I better go find a good Jewish psychiatrist and get this all straightened out once and for all. 🙁
I’m a pharmacist, I can help you forget.