Disney subliminal message ( and other subliminal messages)

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Disney subliminal message ( and other subliminal messages) is a screamer video from killabobader2, initially uploaded to YouTube on March 21, 2011.

The video opens up with a random image of a hamburger from the KFC commercial, recorded by a camera as the user introduces the video. Then, the video properly begins. The first "message" is the Super Mario Galaxy logo with the letters removed and scrambled so the text is saying: "UR MR GAY". The Coca-Cola logo is then shown and is flipped and drawn over to show it resembles a man in a fedora.

The final image is an ad for Disney Home, showing many well known Disney characters. The video zooms in to the top left and is then flipped sideways. Shortly after, a zombie baby and the scary clown image appears with loud screams, resembling the Poochee and Pansy scream. it is followed by laughter and pictures of a horse the kid chuckling.

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Hello everyone, you know subliminal messages have been around for a lot of time. You can see my other videos in the link.

But anyways... Um... They are very important and you should, take them all out of your mind. Now, there's a really scary one. You know Disney has a lot of subliminal messages, but this is different: This is scary. Now, notice that Disney picture, it includes nearly all of Disney's characters. It's written Disney Home it's a wallpaper, but see, if you can look at the left of the picture, at the top left, you will see something strange. Let me rotate it so it can be easier. Now, it's really weird that- AAAAAAAAH! AAAAAAAA!

Bow wow, Bow wow, Bow wow, Bow wow, B- HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


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NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!

  • youtube.com/watch?v=T3n8tTdOAEs
  • Permalink: bit.ly/2Pddloe


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