J.C. Penney might have been the last entity in America to post a comment about that billboard featuring a teapot resembling Adolf Hitler, which quickly went viral. Nabisco still holds the record for quick response with its clever Super Bowl blackout tweet, but when J.C. Penney eventually did get around to responding, it did demonstrate a sense of humor.

Fox News reports, though, that the billboard seen around the world has been taken down.