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Nazis are given much press coverage, especially if yo' live in the 1940s. But just how much of it is true? This article aims to dispel all myths and answer all da questions you may have about German nationalists, shamone.
Nazi stuff and stuff about the narzees
Nazis are OK. I met one once and it was OK, but my judgement was clouded by a giant chicken that descended from the sky. Yo. The giant chicken was actually Mussolini and i said "Musso wassup my man?" and he said "The war" and I said "WOW there's a war going on?" and he said "Er... yar" and I said "Oh, well call me if you need help Musso" and he was all like "I have to whip Hitler soon" and I was all like "Right... gay."
Yeah, Nazis are OK, very much so.
...'cept for all of them.
“Hello, you OK?”
Oh OK, Hitlero.
As I was saying...
Nazi comes from German Nacional Sozialist, meaning "someone with whom I have a minor political disagreement with". Like many English words, its usage has changed often throughout the years, often drastically. For example, in the late 1940's, its primary usage meant "villain from a movie". Later, in the 1980's, it's primary usage was someone who appreciates rules ( such as "grammar Nazi" ). It is likely to change several times in the future.
Why they done things like kill the Jews
Looks like they hated them for stealing their collection of finely polished china. Then the camps were set up and it went a bit campish, like. At least they had a good run. ←←← Communist propaganda!
Hitler and what he dun for the Marzee paartayee
He dun sod all. Except do stuff with his cork.
Why did it exist? YEAH WTF?
It was around cos it was like so cool. And anyways shit happens, dunnit?
I s'pose I'll just have to write this article with one eye now won't eye?
Oh.... shizzle. The Nazis also had the night of the long knives where they had long knives and they just stared at long knives all night.
To round it all off.... erm.....
It was all like, well sheet, wasn't it? Bah, wish I knew more about Nazzies. Maybe I should read Mein Kampf!
READ OF BOOK!
Or is it?
The Neo nazzies are now wanting to set up a 4th Reich I think. Should be pretty sweet, good luck guys!