Gnarrngarrnangrargaaaarrrr


#1

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#3

Trump’s campaign manager?


#4

The new Rick Roll!!


#5

Oh dear


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#7

It’s pretty great as-is, but a little context would be interesting.


#8

“This dog that attacked you, what did it sound like?”


#9

“That’s right girl’s, he’s all mine.”


#10

Gneawrrrrr burned toastrwwwwwffff(and as a bonus Canadians too)


#11

Australian viewers will identify this from the watermark as "A Current Affair" and take this in their stride.

For everyone else, as a source of news and analysis this clip is as good as it gets.


#12

Google “crazy guy snarling”.

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=crazy%20guy%20snarling


#13

I can relate to that, I have days like that too.


#14

Was hoping for a more insightful analysis, instead of just gnarrngarrnangrargaaaarrrr.


#15

I used to know a guy who would let loose with a stream of only slightly less virulent garbling whenever a bum tried to talk to him, back in the 70s. It seemed to stop their advances.


#16

Now, if we just get these two together…


#17

Some context: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91y6s6G8xig


#18

Context: Australia.


#19

Did not get this at first then read next post. Brilliant!


#20

I think gnarrngarrnangrargaaaarrrr went out about the same time Spy magazine did. What was that, 1994?