During the final days of the war, the Reichstag was being invaded and the Soup Nazi's immortality recipe could not be made and Hitler was running out of time. There was only one thing to do: commit suicide. In doing so, Hitler decided he would want one more final soup in the world of the living. In so, the Soup Nazi put poisons that would kill Adolf five minutes after eating.
Giving him his bowl of soup, the Soup Nazi and Hitler said their farewells and parted. The Soup Nazi then went to America. But his recipes were left in Germany and were burned during a fire. He had to recreate them all and decided make it to where there was mind-control properties in them so he would be the new Fuhrer of the Nazi regime. He started his new business in New York.
In the year 1995 he opened his business and was well known to a man named Newman. Although one day his business was almost compromised when one of the chefs there walked in his room and saw the Nazi banners and a picture of Adolf Hitler. The Soup Nazi pulled out a pistol the Nazi's used and shot the chef repeatadly shot and was quickly disposed of in a "special soup." The only complaint he received was an FBI agent tasted lead and a bullet floated within the soup, but died of lead poisoning shortly after and no suspicians were raised.
Eventually, the man Newman spread the Soup Nazi's words of his soup around his apartment. Everything was going as planned until a woman named Elaine managed to get his recipes and expose them to the world. In a last attempt, he sold the last of his soup to the general population. Getting his recipes back, he flew to Argentina.
Now every day, as long as he lives, he lies awake at night, thinking about one thing and one thing only, Elaine.
As of 2009, Argentina citizens have reported sighting of over 200 neo-Nazi's in an abandoned factory.
ELAINE: What soup place?
GEORGE: Oh, there's a soup stand, Kramer's been going there.
JERRY: He's always raving. I finally got a chance to go there the other
day, and I tell you this, you will be stunned.
ELAINE: Stunned by soup?
JERRY: You can't eat this soup standing up, your knees buckle.
ELAINE: Huh. All right. Come on.
JERRY: There's only one caveat -- the guy who runs the place is a little
temperamental, especially about the ordering procedure. He's secretly
referred to as the Soup Nazi.
ELAINE: Why? What happens if you don't order right?
JERRY: He yells and you don't get your soup.
JERRY: Just follow the ordering procedure and you will be fine.
GEORGE: All right. All right. Let's - let's go over that again.
JERRY: All right. As you walk in the place move immediately to your right.
JERRY: The main thing is to keep the line moving.
GEORGE: All right. So, you hold out your money, speak your soup in a loud,
clear voice, step to the left and receive.
JERRY: Right. It's very important not to embellish on your order. No
extraneous comments. No questions. No compliments.
ELAINE: Oh, boy, I'm really scared!
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