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Author Topic: TOP 10 Indicators the War in Europe Isn't Going So Well  (Read 2007 times)

Ralf Maximus

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TOP 10 Indicators the War in Europe Isn't Going So Well
« on: November 27, 2007, 09:00:25 PM »
10. Instead of "Heil, Hitler!" minions now greet you with "Hi, Shitler!"

9. Eva keeps talking about that handome and distinguished Churchill fellow.

8. All correspondence from Verner Von Braun now has a return address of "White Sands, New Mexico, USA".

7. Door-to-door salesmen at bunker entrance dressed suspiciously like US Marines.

6. Disneyland, Paris.

5. Taunting email from MacArthur hurts more than before.

4. Staff looks uncomfortable when you ask what they'll be doing over the holidays.

3. All these time-travellers from 2069 asking you to sign their copies of "The Last Days of Hitler".

2. American armor batallions rudely ignore Berlin in-city speed limits.

1. Your discovery that cyanide tastes a little like blueberries.


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Re: TOP 10 Indicators the War in Europe Isn't Going So Well
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2007, 03:38:44 PM »
Very cute!

I loved studying WWII in school. Took a second year class in university on it where we got to watch "The World at War" on Tuesdays - Everyone called the class "Tuesday Night at the Movies".
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