ok get this i just had a great idea: baseball bat/referee ability kirby
white baseball hat with a black peak/flap thing/whatever you wanna call it and black bobble thing at the top (great terminology here, huh) that he’s wearing slightly tilted or off center, and two black lines positioned like an equals sign (=) replace the blush stickers
attacks could involves a chargeable baseball bat, fast but weak when uncharged and slow but powerful when charged, though to charge it you’d of course have to hold a button and stay completely still, and executing it perfectly could end with a star ko animation for the enemy killed with it
baseballs as fast and moderately strong projectiles
and some attack that involves loudly blowing a whistle
is this a good idea or am i just thinking too hard about a dumb concept again
Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States of America. It’s going to be okay. Sit down, have a cookie, breathe into this bag, and put on your mandatory “Make America Great Again” baseball cap. We’ll survive this, right?
Despite the sun coming up in the morning and life seemingly going on like normal, the world might’ve been forever changed last night. So we needed to break the little glass box, pull the lever, and record an emergency podcast. Jack O'Brien is joined by Jason Pargin (aka David Wong) to make sense of what happened at the polls last night, why we should’ve seen it coming from a mile away, and what we can actively do to prevent this from happening again. As Jason says on the site today, “Do the opposite of Panic. Work through the problem.” It’ll all be okay.
And if we’re still alive this weekend, make sure to catch the next LIVE taping of The Cracked Podcast this Saturday, November 12 at 7 p.m. at the UCB Sunset Theatre in Los Angeles. Jack O'Brien, Daniel O'Brien, and Michael Swaim will be joined by an expert in psychology to talk about some of the psychological myths everyone seems to believe, like Rorschach tests (sorry, they don’t work), middle child syndrome (not real), and depression (totally real, but antidepressants might not actually work very well). Tickets are only $5, and they’re available here.