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This Pokemon Musical is Not for Children

Posted on Wednesday, May 4 @ 10:53:42 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Pokémon makes me feel old. They hit the US market when I was around 13 and I thought they were "totally lame" and that I was so cool and hip with it. But now I'm almost 30 and college students are making musical homages to the damned little things. I am no longer with it or hip. I am just old and out of touch. But despite the generational differences, there is one thing that me and these kids can totally agree on: College girls dressed up like Misty are friggin' hawt as all hell! Now watch the clip and let me get back to balancing my checkbook. I'm told that's something old people like me do.



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