Aladdin subliminal message

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Aladdin subliminal message
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Maker: sclock2
Type: YouTube video
Release date: June 6th, 2008


Aladdin subliminal message is a screamer video by sclock2. This screamer is almost identical to a legitimate video uploaded by Eve McInerney in late 2006, this tricking some viewers who have already watched the original video into watching (or even sharing) the screamer video by accident when users tried to look it up again. The titles of both videos are also identical, except for the capitalization of the first word.

The video is about an alleged subliminal message during the balcony scene in Disney's Aladdin, where Aladdin supposedly says: "Good teenagers, take off your clothes!" (in the original alladin movie he's actually saying: "Good kitty, just... take off and go!"). In the beginning, the scene and its message are described with some Windows Movie Maker text slides that were common in the early days of YouTube, then a clip of the scene is shown.

After this, the original video shows another line of text stating “If you didn't no that aren't you surprised you didn't notice it before?” (sic) then plays the last part of the clip a second time. The text in the screamer video, on the other hand, says "Did you hear that?? Listen to it again and in case you didn't turn your volume up higher." The clip that follows is then interrupted by a picture of an angry screaming monster's face with sharp teeth surrounded by flames appears with a loud scream, the background that is delayed by almost a full second.

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Anonymous #1

6 months ago
Score 1++
I remember this

Anonymous #2

4 months ago
Score 0++
back in the day of weird-ass screamers

Anonymous #3

28 days ago
Score 0 You
i didntlike that
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