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Web Original SonnyBone's Fun With Ahmed series. Doug Walker's Colbert Report theme lyrics video. The Linkara/Spoony joint-spoofing of the Warrior comics gets in on this during the Ultimate Warrior's rants (both the real ones and Spoony's impression of him). Todd in the Shadows will often only put subtitles of the lyrics of a song he is reviewing to invoke this trope. The Rap Critic, whose song reviews always have subtitles below them, will sometimes use this in particularly baffling moments. In Chester A. Bum's silent review of The Artist, the cations read (something about a platypus), and later, (he literally said nothing during that). My Way Entertainment, during their Bleach parody. Ichigo's dad says, \"Welcome to the world of motherfucking midgets and...(gibberish)\", while the subtitles simply show a string of question marks. This parody of the Death Note opening, near the end. (WARNING: Contains racially sensitive language!) JonTron often has confused subtitles when Jon says something unintelligible. Notable example, from his video on Stairfax Temperatures during his Sanity Slippage Song near the end:Jon: Where is Falco, he was so awesome and [indecipherable] 's just a dick and that's why they removed him...Subtitles:Where is Falcohe was so awesome and is essystem of gvoermyna all sincsisdthat's why they removed him Muppet Viral Videos: The Swedish Chef makes popcorn shrimp. Hilarity Ensues. Make sure to turn on the Closed Captions, but even the caption writer admits to not understanding the Swedish Chef. On Saint Patrick's Day 2020, the official Sonic the Hedgehog social media accounts (namely, their YouTube and Twitter) introduced a character named Irish the Hedgehog, voiced by Jacksepticeye. Irish speaks in a thick Irish accent and frequently speaks so fast and uses phrases and slangs so odd that the text can't keep up with what he's saying. At one point an entire paragraph of subtitles becomes nothing but question marks. The ending of episode four of Water-Human features a Skype conversation between the authors and one of the fans. In the English subtitles on YouTube, it's mostly question marks. Yu-Gi-Oh the Other Abridged Series subtitles the opening and closing themes. It's... interesting. At one point in The Nipple Song, the \"subtitler\" gives up because the singer is going too fast. Arlo P. Arlo from What the Fuck Is Wrong with You describes his family's Christmas traditions. Following the first line... ... !!!! O.o ;u; Pilipinos Do Hab Souls. Presumably, the subtitles are there so viewers can understand the comedian... except the subtitles have the same accent. Rule of Funny, of course. Used hilariously here. In The Tourettes Guy, Danny's son informs him that a bird had gotten into the house, at which point Danny starts swearing up a storm as usual while running towards the bird's location. The swears are all subtitled, although the last one is indecipherable and is subtitled as \"\". This trope occurs when a Predator tries to sing. In a YouTube video of Leslie Uggams losing the lyrics of June Is Busting Out All Over, subtitles go into #&$&# at one point. Pick one of raocow's gameplay videos. ''Any'' of them. Prepare for hilarity to ensue. Rhett & Link have a skit where they act out a scene, have YouTube close-caption it, act out the scene again with YouTube's new dialogue, Have YouTube close-caption it again, and perform the scene a third time with the double-mutated dialogue, which is by now complete and total gibberish. Presenting: Caption FAIL. YouTube can sometimes even be meta about it where all that would show in some scenes is \"uh...\". The Misheard Lyrics videos on YouTube are the deliberate version of this trope. Especially hilarious versions of this are the ones made out of songs by Sean Paul, especially for his song Temperature, where the subtitles never make any sense at all. In Nintendo Gamer's Iwata Asks... an internet fanboy, after a particularly unintelligible rant we get this:IWATA: I apologise, but my English is not very good. I am struggling to understand much of what you are saying. Perhaps my translator can help. [Looks at translator] TRANSLATOR: [Shakes head] PeanutButterGamer , during the SkiFree section of his \"Top Ten Jerks in Video Games\" video, he starts to sing his \"I Like to Ski\" song, which eventually devolves into unintelligible gibberish right before he's killed.PBG: (Singing) I like to ski! I like to ski! I can ski free! I can ski free! I am going down the snow! I do not know which way I go. GO! I like to ski! *yeti'd* Happens in this Kud video called \"Mijn elleboog\" (\"My elbow\") about a man trying to touch his chin with his elbow. The Star War Gatherings: In Flies are a Sober Force, the previously-voiceless Drag Along (Chewbacca) suddenly gets his first line of dialogue: (Greenwood). The blog commentary has no idea how to react to this development. If the Emperor Had a Text-to-Speech Device: Part of the Fun with Subtitles style is giving various interpretations to anything that isn't vocalized, from laughter to Angrish. Notably, however, the subtitles for Tzeentch's non-verbal noises are about as indecisive as Tzeentch himself, with the subtitles often stating things like [Presumable Discontent], [A barely contained giggle or something] and [Perhaps a snide old lady], when they aren't being terrified. This Youtube Poop has subtitles, which at one point are reduced to a string of letters when Clinton is speaking gibberish and later says \"\" when Holt is talking backwards. In this episode of the Jimquisition, Jim is dressed up in a gimp mask for the intro and only able to speak through a built-in kazoo, supposedly as 'punishment' for 'bollocksing up [his] biggest show of the year'. The skit is accompanied by captions translating his unintelligible kazoo speak, but at one point: Seriously I forgot what I said. I feel sexy() Plenta Kill's \"I'm A Volibear\", a League of Legends-themed parody of Waka Flocka Flame's \"I Don't Really Care\", opens with the singer shouting some unintelligible gibberish, which the official subtitles helpfully translate as a row of question marks. Bad Lip Reading's \"NFL 2020\" has a bunch of the player introductions. Not all of them intelligible. In episode 4 of The Seven Deadly Schmucks, one captioner makes their feelings on the intelligibility of Elizabeth's speech abundantly clear. The following comes from the English Canada CC (the default placeholder for joke captions in abridged works before YouTube ended community contributions):ELIZABETH (I think): What about finding the other seven friendly mittens to help Matthew eschew the martrydom with the tranny of the late moley whites DMACATTACK93: No seriously, what were you expecting She sounds like a cat being strangled with a rubber chicken while simultaneously getting fucked by a full-grown cactus. I listened to this shit for an hour trying to figure out what she was saying and I still can't understand a single goddamn word. An hour. A fucking hour of my life I will never get back, wasted on this fucking scene, and it's only seven seconds long. I would rather cut my penis off, feed it into a dry blender, mix it with skunk rectum discharge and bath salts, then chug the entire mixture altogether than listen to this bullshit one more goddamn time. Fuck you for making me translate this. If I could put an emoji of a middle finger in these subtitles, I would. Somewhere, there is a fat, anime-worshiping, neckbeard living in his mother's basement jerking himself off to sleep while thinking about having sex with little Miss CuntFace McGee right here. Seriously. Think about that for a second. Now go fuck yourself. The Will McDaniel \"Space Prison\" video subtitles the agonized groaning of a popped balloon-headed person with \"God in Heaven I can't caption this\". Brandon Farris: Brandon's editor tends to render subtitles in eye dialect. So, when Brandon and, occasionally, Cameron become incomprehensible in the course of inflicting pain or discomfort on themselves or each other, the subtitles will at least be phonetically accurate but still will not convey what either is trying to say. In The Technical Difficulties' video \"Gary makes a very loud noise\", Gary interviews Brian Johnson, the lighthouse engineer who restored and operates Britain's last working foghorn. The sequence where Brian fires up the 70-year-old diesel engines that power the foghorn has open captions for everything he says, due to the background noise, but at one point he calls over something that's inaudible over the engine noise, and the subtitle just says \"[inaudible over engine noise]\".
In Monty Python and the Holy Grail, when God sends King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table on a quest to find the Holy Grail, they must contend with taunting French knights, a bridge-keeper who demands they answer three questions before crossing a bridge, and, of course, a killer rabbit. The film begins with pseudo-Swedish subtitles, which soon transition to an appeal to visit Sweden: 59ce067264