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Man-Child Raps About His Love of Nintendo

Posted on Wednesday, May 11 @ 11:18:34 Eastern by Blake_Morse
We all have precious memories of playing our favorite games growing up. I can recall countless hours playing through the original Super Mario Bros. as a kid myself, so I an understand having an affection for Nintendo.

This guy however takes that love and pushes it past an uncomfortable border in this rap ode to the house that Miyamoto built. While funny it may be it's still disturbing to watch an overweight man make out with an 8-Bit console. I don't know if I can consider that "keeping it real". In fact, I'm pretty sure that's the opposite of whatever real is.



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