Think & Grow Balls! A Companion to the Books by J.D. Bloodstone

27Oct/190

South Park: Eric Cartman as Hitler Speaking German is Now a FREE Ringtone for iPhone/Android!

"The Passion of the Jew" is the third episode of the eighth season and the 114th overall episode of the American animated series South Park, originally broadcast on Comedy Central on March 31, 2004. It was written and directed by Trey Parker, who, along with fellow series co-creator Matt Stone, voiced most of the characters in the episode. "The Passion of the Jew" is a satirical critique of the media discourse and controversy surrounding Mel Gibson's 2004 film, The Passion of the Christ.

In the episode, Kyle finally sees the blockbuster movie The Passion of the Christ and admits that Cartman has been right about the Jewish people all along. After Stan and Kenny see and hate the film, they angrily pursue Mel Gibson to get their money back.  Meanwhile Cartman dresses in a brown Hitler-esque uniform and hosts a fan club meeting in his backyard.  But, just beforehand, he gives himself a pep-talk in German while looking into his bedroom mirror.  Here is a clip of what he says:

 

The instant I heard his say this I thought it would make a killer ringtone.  So, I made one and I've decided to share it with you...

Click the link below, and after a brief visit to PayPal, you'll be taken to my Google Drive where you can download the m4a file.

 

Cartman Hitler Ringtone - iOS/Android

 

Here's how to get it on your phone:

  1. Click link to download the m4a file from Google Drive.
  2. Save the file to your desktop.
  3. Open iTunes or Kies.
  4. Drag the file to the Tones folder.
  5. Sync your device.
  6. Select ringtone from your available options on your device.
  7. Enjoy!

 

Leave me a like, share this page, or leave a comment below if you like this kind of stuff and I'll keep doing it.  Thanks for stopping by.

Onward & Upward,

JD Bloodstone

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