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How It Should Have Ended

How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) is the name of a well known YouTube-Channel who produces animated parody alternate endings to major motion pictures, including Star Trek. They have over 5 million followers. (1)

How Star Trek Into Darkness Should Have Ended

There was a special episode written by Screen Junkies about Star Trek Into Darkness, published 02 October 2013, which includes a klingon dialogue, spoken by Uhura. (2) The words are obviously based on klingon. Pronunciation is pretty bad, although some show some intended efforts. The silly subtitles make clear that the text is intended to be a nonsense text. It's not known who has translated the words, or if it's another result of Bing.

Subtitles Heard Translation
Greetings, Ham Sandwich! qaHagh 'ej Duvan Ha'DIbaH I laugh at you and the meat greets you.
Pleased are you to now subscribed. bel DaH maHvaD muv pleased, now join for us.
Facebook and Twitter can be upside down yes? qaDtaH paq Twitter 'ej Dop vIje'Ho' HIja' facing book Twitter and, side [??]. yes.
And many thanks to honest dental plan. 'ej qatlho' law' yuDHa' Ho' nab and I thank you, they are many, the plan of tooth is honest.
Spaghetti. leng Soj Take-away food.

See also


1 : About page of HISHE Channel, retrieved 22 July 2015

2 : How Star Trek Into Darkness Should Have Ended, min 3:07-3:21, retrieved 22 July 2015

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