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The Subhuman Race

Posted on Monday, May 22 @ 16:45:53 Eastern by Joe_Dodson
We usually assume video games and physical fitness go together like fingers and hot surfaces, but maybe that's just because we never get off our fat, gamer butts and torture our bodies into less circular shapes. Then again, no matter how much we worked out, we'd never be able to lift a Volkswagon with our thumbs or shoot a fireball, so why bother?

But I digress, I'm not blogging to justify my GBS (Gamer's Butt Syndrome), but rather to show you pictures of some geeks who took their love of Katamari Damacy to lengths few of us could imagine, much less survive. These intrepid nerds built a respectable Katamari (it looks to be nine or ten feet in diameter) and entered it in the ING Bay to Breakers race, pushing it 7.46 miles.

Showoffs.

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