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If Yoshi Was A Real Dinosaur

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It's easy to forget that Yoshi, Mario's cute, realiable sidekick helper, is actually an extremely dangerous wild animal. If Jurassic Park taught us nothing else, it was that dinosaurs can get quite nasty sometimes.

In the latest of his 'realistic Mario' series, comedian Pete Holmes, has explored the real-life consequences of teaming up with a vicious reptile. The results, as ever, are not pretty, but pretty funny nonetheless.

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