If Video Game Characters Had Facebook Profiles

If Video Game Characters Had Facebook Profiles

Not a single pop culture phenomenon is safe from getting parodied on Facebook, and it was a matter of time when video game characters would come next.

Princess Peach uses her spare time to pose with a duck face in the bathroom mirror while waiting for Super Mario to finally come and rescue her from evil Bowser. He can’t resist posting a comment on her hot looks, and there’s a couple of her best friends complimenting her as usual. If it weren’t for the fact that the girl in picture is a fictional character from a video game, it would look just like another pic of a teen strutting her stuff in the world’s most hated pose. Did someone say “duck season?”

A witty guy named Andrew Golden made this and many other fake Facebook pictures that include mostly old school games such as Mortal Kombat, Super Mario and Metal Gear. Pictures parody some of the most common situations Facebook users like to brag about – showing off their ripped bodies after a gym workout, partying at a nightclub or posing in cheesy black and white pictures with their loved one.

The funniest thing about these are the hilarious comments from other game characters under each picture, like Liu Kang advising Goro to stop tanning and Sheeva hitting on him. If you belong to the generations that spent hours playing these games, you won’t be able to stop laughing.

Let’s see what these popular characters’ profiles would look like if they were real…

Zelnda & Link

Super Mario & Luigi

Star Fox

Solid Snake


Nathan Drake


Donkey Kong


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One Comment

  1. Jason
    March 28, 2012 @ 1:42 am

    Everyone on Facebook..

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