Black and White “Teletubbies” Is the Creepiest Thing You’ll Never Unsee

The popular British kids television series Teletubbies was already a conduit for gay propaganda (thanks for the knowledge Jerry). But the show took another turn for the worse after some guy named Christopher Brown stripped the intro of its magical technicolor, and paired it with Joy Devision’s “Atmosphere.”

The result is a creepy rendition befitting of a scene from The Ring. Watch below and ruin your childhood.

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3 responses to “Black and White “Teletubbies” Is the Creepiest Thing You’ll Never Unsee

  1. What? You don’t like Joy Division? But this soundtrack, humor aside, is the “nutshell” of what is actually wrong with “child-educational” programming. I thought this was awesome. Teletubbies were already horrific as made by the technicolor…superficial plastic world and their soft clapping always for what to cheer for and incessant “again again” repetition brain wash with t.v.’s on their bellies… I mean what’s worse than watching television? Being one!

    I dunno what you mean about Gay propaganda… I’ll have to click the jerry link still, but I thought tele-tubies were a christian influenced program… aimed at younger and younger audiences who really should be having actual human and not vid-screen contact in order to develop empathy and facial emotional recognition and human understanding…

    I’m sooo glad you posted the video tho. Cracked me up. 🙂


  2. Oh… Jerry got the Gay Pride color wrong any way. It’s pink not purple, so Tinky Winky might actually be a member of code violet which is against domestic violence… hmmmmm…


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