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American comedian mocks New Zealand's 'weird' mascot. He gets gloriously owned.

American comedian mocks New Zealand's 'weird' mascot. He gets gloriously owned.

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The NRA likes to say that the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun (LOL that has really worked). While it would take a whole article and a few shots of whiskey for me to unpack why I disagree with the NRA's adage, I will say, the only way to stop a comedian on Twitter is another comedian on Twitter. There's no point in leveraging "good guy" or "bad guy" labels with comedians, since they're mostly amoral alcoholics. So, let's just say, it takes two to tango on Twitter and comedians match each other's level of dancing skill.

It all started when Bojack Horseman's Paul F. Tompkins poked fun at New Zealand's voting mascot on Twitter.

Okay, that IS a horrifying voting mascot. How is this supposed to be persuasive?! Is this a subtle threat to the people of New Zealand?! Like, "hey, if you don't vote this ORANGE CREATURE WILL EAT YOUR CHILDREN." Or maybe, the citrus golem is supposed to be cute and the designer was going through some sh*t. The world may never know the emotional depths of the origin story, but that's not what Tompkins is here for anyways. Tompkins is here to make jokes and watch it all burn.

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