Pac Man in the Wild is More Disturbing Than You Might Imagine

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Yeeesh. I’ve seen real life interpretations of video game characters before, but I never imagined that Pac Man would be one of the more disturbing ones I’ve seen to date.

I’m not sure where this came from, but I have a sneaking suspicion it’s from the same person who did the life-like Super Mario Piranha Plant a while back. (Update: yep, it’s him).

I think the tongue is really what gets me, otherwise it just could have been a piece of fruit cut weirdly, but that mouth area looks like something I don’t quite want to say out loud here.


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