German Radio Station Sums Up the Destruction of Brazil in This Simple 9-Second Ad Adding more insult to injury
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Just when we thought we'd seen enough reaction to Germany's shellacking of Brazil in Tuesday's World Cup match, here is German radio station Radio Bayern 3 with a concise metaphorical translation. Um, cheers?