Blogging While Paused

where video game characters speak out

Posted by Bowser On January - 12 - 2008 Comments Off

So I was out golfing the other day and apparently people are saying that my whole “Kidnap the Princess” gig is getting old. It’s not fun anymore, it’s not funny. It’s not politically correct. I don’t know. I don’t know if I trust Donkey Kong and Yoshi as great sources, but every now and then they get something right.

To be honest, I love the gig. I think it’s freaking hilarious to see the look on Mario’s face when he realizes… “oh not again.” I mean, my timing is perfect. It’s just like the punch line of a joke. Just when he’s about to go spend some quality time with Peach, BAM! I’m there, and I make him jump through somewhere between 38 and 120 hoops before he can see her.

I also love the Toadstools.  They rush around like caffeinated chickens with their heads cut off. It’s really funny. I’m not going to lie, I spend hours on YouTube just watching the Toadstools run around in circles like the world is going to end.

I mean, the kidnapping is usually all in good fun. Mario and I know how to get along, somedays I’m just in a really bad mood and really just want to make someone angry. But maybe the next day I’m over it and the two of us go out and play a round or two of tennis. It’s no big deal. It’s just the way I do things. I’m sure you understand.

So really, I don’t care if anyone thinks my gig is getting old. It’s usually the most fun thing I do. Nothing relieves stress like kidnapping a princess, let me tell you that. So hey, don’t look for me to stop. It’s kinda like Charlie Brown. He’d always run to the football and Lucy always pulls it away. Every time Mario gets close to Peach, I’m going to pull her away. Why? It’s fun and that’s all there is to it.

Categories: Opinion

Comments are closed.