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    13 Best "Attack On Titan" Opening Parodies

    "You can't just slap Shingeki No Kyojin's opening on everything." Yes, you can.

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    "Attack On Titan" (AKA Shingeki no Kyojin, or SnK) is probably the biggest deal in anime right now. Think a zombie movie combined with a military detective story set in medieval Germany. Japan's Mainichi Shimbun newspaper called it a "once-in-a-decade hit series."

    "Attack On Titan" also has some of the most insane fans on the internet. They'll find any chance to slather the opening's melodramatic J-rock onto the most hilariously incongruous Youtube footages.

    For comparison, this is the show's original opening:

    Here's what the fans have turned it into:

    1. Attack On Cattan

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    Meticulously live-acted by reluctant cats. Some of the kanji says "My wife is coming to bathe you."

    2. Attack on Christopher Walken

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    3. Attack on Animal Crossing as sung by K.K. Slider

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    4. Attack on Obama

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    5. Attack on DOUBLE DREAM HANDS

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    6. A Hong Kong fan changed the lyrics and video and made it a protest song against China

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    7. Attack on laundry

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    8. "You can't just slap Attack on Titan's OP on everything" — yes you can

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    Meta.

    9. Attack on Winnie The Pooh

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    10. The Bollywood version

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    It fits the theme song... really well.

    11. "Smoke weed everyday"

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    12. Attack on Skeletor

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    13. Creepy cosplay version

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    Basically, search Youtube for "Shingeki no ____" and you'll find an "Attack on Titan" opening parody of it.

    And a mental health break

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    A sixteen year old girl did a (really good) acoustic cover of the song