(Photos: AP file, jcpenney.com)
The kerfuffle over a tea kettle bearing a potential resemblance to Adolf Hitler has reached a boiling point, as J.C. Penney has removed a billboard advertising the product and taken it off its website.
this is the twilight zone
The most important discussion of our time happened in a YouTube comments section.
I’m so giddy over this stupid joke.
this is what a good hitler joke looks like
That awkward moment when the entire Doctor Who fandom is wondering what happened to hitler.