Harping on pop culture has become so ubiquitous even Disney is doing it. With Doof Daily, Dr. Doofenshmirtz from Phineas & Ferb has a platform from which to rant about anything and everything. Much like most video bloggers.
But what happens when you accidentally hit the notoriously awful “Closed Captioning” on YouTube instead of the “Change Quality” button? Hilarity ensues.
The Original Video:
Actually kind of edgy for Disney, right? But then you turn on YouTube’s closed captioning and things get a little weird.
What he said: Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz’s here, you can call me Heinz-y.
What YouTube heard: His girlfriend’s right here, you can call me. I’m sorry.
What he said: But enough about me, let’s get to the topic on everyone’s mind.
What YouTube heard: By the end Abu Dhabi, let’s get on to the topic on everyone’s mind.
What he said: We’ve reached the end of the ultimate human evolutionary cycle.
What YouTube heard: ULTIMATE HUMAN EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGIST!
What he said: […] a shameless parade of spray tan, lipstick, and narcissism.
What YouTube heard: In a shameless parade of spray tanned lives ticketmaster schism.
What he said: Drink our “goo” juice because the apocalypse is almost here.
What Youtube heard: Very gundogan Jews because the apocalypse is almost a year.
Okay, so maybe that was a fluke?
What he said: It’s time for Doofenshmirtz’s Daily Dirt.
What YouTube heard: It’s territorial rights. Mailing bad.
What he said: Because I just had some yogurt earlier.
What YouTube heard: Because I just HAD to be eldridge earlier.
What he said: You know what else would cause me to have involuntary dairy discharge? (Editor’s Note: EW.)
What YouTube heard: You what else are taught me? That involuntary Gary discharge.
What he said: I’m feeling like some cheese but I’m trying to ward off scurvy.
What YouTube heard: And billions. And she is but I’m trying to ward off Spirit Be.
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