Taking something and turning it into a representation of Adolf Hitler, whose father's original name was Alois Schicklgruber.

See Wikipedia for biography: Alois Hitler was born illegitimate. For the first 39 years of his life he bore his mother's surname, Schicklgruber. In 1876, he took the surname of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler. The name was spelled Hiedler, Huetler, Huettler and Hitler and probably changed to "Hitler" by a clerk. The origin of the name is either from the German word Hittler and similar, "one who lives in a hut", "shepherd", or from the Slavic word Hidlar and Hidlarcek.

Allied propaganda exploited Hitler's original family name during World War II. Pamphlets bearing the phrase "Heil Schicklgruber" were airdropped over German cities.
"My poster got schicklgrubered and now I look like Hitler."

"We were arguing about politics and I schicklgrubered the guy by calling him a Nazi."
by GSS9000 December 27, 2007

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