This Week on the Information Super Highway: the Agressive Nature of the German Language

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A still from 'Scientifically Accurate Duck Tales' by Animation Domination High-Def, which is horrifying.
A still from 'Scientifically Accurate Duck Tales' by Animation Domination High-Def, which is horrifying.
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As some of you may know, having a job where you are stationed in front of a computer all day awards you with plenty of time to surf the internet. Every week, great content becomes popular for a couple of days, only to be quickly replaced by the next best thing – and people who only occasionally browse the web never see it.

 

But fear not, your good buddy Mike is looking out for you. Every week I’ll take a handful of that great/awful web junk and post it here for your amusement.

 

 

 

 

Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My grandmother grew up in Germany and I’ve met some of my German relatives. When they spoke in their native tongue it wasn’t as aggressive as it is portrayed in this video. But on the other hand, the intensity of the German language it is a funny stereotype, though I’m sure Germans wont be as amused. Not because the video is poking fun at them, but because of the other German stereotype––that they have no sense of humor.

 

 

 

 

See Aubrey Plaza in the part she was born to play in this fake movie trailer for the ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ spin-off character Daria. One of my favorite shows growing up.

 

 

 

 

I think if the TV show ‘Duck Tales’ was scientifically accurate it would have been on later at night far from children eyes.

 

 

 

 

Let me introduce you to the “Daily Guru.” He has hundreds of videos on his YouTube channel, most with only a couple hundred views. The video below popped up on a trending website even though it’s from 2011. He really knows his stuff when it comes to music history and has dozens of these myth-busting videos. He needs to be more popular, and since I found out about him I have been scrolling through all of his older posts to catch up. I suggest you do the same.

 

 

 

 
This 97-year-old man has truly mastered using Microsoft Paint. His style reminds me of Monet, but instead of dots it’s pixels.

 

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