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JC Penney Still Exists?: JC Penney Teapot Hitler Billboard

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This is the JC Penney billboard for a teapot (because teapots are a great choice for billboard advertisements) that, when blurred, kinda sorta looks like a characture Hitler. Of course, if you squint your eyes and shake your head hard enough, you can get anything to look like Hitler, which is exactly why I just tied my roommate to a chair and kicked him down the stairs. I think he's still down there moaning too if any of you want to come over and take a whack at him.

Thanks to BrianR and Krista, who were more surprised to learn JC Penney was still in business after deciding to stop printing those giant catalogs with all the bra models.

There are Comments.
  • Guest

    Why does Hitler have a death bell?

  • Bobert

    Jc penney just got to the godwind point.... this is fan-tea-stic.... OK IM OUT.. OK STOP I LEAVE NOW.

  • Jon Clem

    Check out my thoughts about the Hitler ad on my channel.http://youtu.be/UOc1joMtJRc

  • Blake

    Lemme get this right. Someone posts a picture of a cat that looks like Hitler, and it awww..how cute. JCPennys has a billboard that IF you squint, it sorta almost might resemble Hitler and people freak out. ARE YOU KIDDING ME!?!?!. People are stupid.

  • Corky McButterpants

    cartoon caracture? -_-

    http://24.media.tumblr.com/tum...

  • What the heck is a 'characture', GW?
    Did you mean 'caricature'?

  • Reece_C

    I see Chaplin

  • raising his arm in a hitler way

  • Closet Nerd

    Makes me think of when Cartman gave Butters a "Hitler" in South Park

  • Brant_Alan

    man Hitler really has a stranglehold on the whole, black combover small moustache look for anyone's imagination.

  • asdfasdf`

    looks more Chaplainesque to me....

  • JJtoob

    Ever seen Chaplin play Hitler? It was pretty good.

  • Tyler AitchKay

    Great, now they're going to take it down and get sued by the Jewish Defense League, calling it.

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