'Milkyrie' Faithfully Recreates Plot to Assassinate Gay-Rights-Advocating Hitler

It's Friday, and that means one thing: It's Defamer Friday Funtime! Wherein we share something completely stupid with you in the hopes that it will make you smile, possibly kickstarting a weekend of savage self-abuse.

Today, we bring you Milkyrie—described by its makers as "Milk meets Valkyrie. Deal with it." Yes, they've gone and done it: With the help of an all-the-rage time-travel plot device, they've transposed late-70s Castro with late-WW2 Berlin, and let the two film's various heroes, anti-heroes, ruthless dictators, and tenaciously gayfro'd campaign managers mingle in a Milk-Nazi smoothie. Does it make sense? No. Did we laugh? Yes. Particularly when Cleve Jones assured Col. von Stauffenberg, "I don't do...losing."