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Pokémon Go narrated by David Attenborough is somehow even better than it sounds


It's so good. It's so, so good. Your entire body is about to tingle with joy so extreme that if an angel came down from heaven and said, "Ready to die, mate?" you would say, "Yes. Take me. Life cannot get any better than this."

We are, of course, talking about the sensation of watching Sir David Attenborough narrate Pokémon GO, something the good people at Lovin’ Dublin have created for your enjoyment. 

Anyone who's lost 50+ Pokéballs on one Zubat will know what Dave means when he says: "Bats, with their fluttering, zigzag flight, are not easy targets." 



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