The Controversial Goose Step In Action

Submitted by: Burrid 6 years ago in Funny

The goose step is a special marching step usually performed on formal military parades and other ceremonies.
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Female 71
Hah! What good fun.
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Male 3,915
I see what you did there Title-maker-person...
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Male 2
To those who don`t get it: The goose step was used by the Nazi military, making it controversial, but is still used today. But it`s awesome those guys did this.
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Male 17,511
simmerdown: Not according to Jamie Oliver, He started his food crusade there years ago.
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Female 62
@CrakrJak Why do you say "sans the British"? We generally like to know too.
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Male 25,416
Random
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Male 17,511
tommy2X4: You`ve been reading some of that PETA propaganda haven`t you ? Sorry, but most Europeans, sans the British, expect to know where their food is grown and how. They also wouldn`t stand for mistreatment of animals raised for food.
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Male 3,477
They are being marched to the fate of having their feet nailed to the floor and force fed corn meal until their livers rupture.
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Female 2
WHAT IS THAT :| PRIDE DUCK PARADE??
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Male 4,902
they`re clearly hiding automatic weapons under those wings of theirs.
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Male 28
Oh, I forgot I posted this. Ah well.
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Male 17,511
davymid: There is a small lake where I used to go, just to chill out and relax. The Graylags in that lake would eat bread out of your hand and march their way right to you if they recognized you as a regular visitor. They also had white geese (tame), Canadian geese (wild), White swans (sort of tame), and several types of ducks both wild and tame.
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Female 3,696
Controversial? Why isn`t this anything but adorable?
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Male 12,138
[quote]Those look like Graylag geese[/quote]
You are entirely correct CJ, that`s exactly what they are, Graylags. No idea how they became so domesticated though... They`ve been resident for the past 10 years or so.
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Male 15,510
They are training the next military force
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Female 734
I`m with you @Lazyme
nom nom nom
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Male 17,511
Those look like Graylag geese, much bigger than the Canadian geese. A lot more tame too except around nesting time.
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Male 10,440
Those things are delicious.
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Male 12,138
I`ve seen these bad boys in the flesh, at the "Efteling" theme park in Holland. They`re pretty awesome - they don`t just march, the go backwards, spin around on the spot and other sh*t as their band "leader" does so!
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Male 362
They must have a hygiene problem in that country? It says "B CLEAN" on the wall
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Female 4,447
I, for one, welcome our new downy overlords!
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Female 4,225
When the goose come marching...be afraid...be very afraid. They have human band slaves
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Male 28
Link: The Controversial Goose Step In Action [Rate Link] - The goose step is a special marching step usually performed on formal military parades and other ceremonies.
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