Clearly what's going on here is our pony-tailed Pokemon trainer at hand is too low a level to tame the marshmallow-toned blubbery beast of a beluga.
Ever wake with a roaring hunger to explore? Well, your childhood dreams are about to come true. The team of big brains over at Niantic Labs released details regarding what will be a real life rendition on the typical Pokemon RPG game. With a smartphone and the game's wearable accessory you'll be able to hit the ground running to challenge gym leaders, friends, take on Team Rocket, and hopefully catch 'em all!
Pokémon products have really bottomed out.
With a stacked cast of 718 Pokémon in their Pokédex, it looks like the possibilities are endless. Especially for companies trying to make money on the back end and not take one on the cheek.
But seriously, the official Japanese Pokémon Center store announced their newest line of products today and, simply, it highlights Pokémon butts.
It's called the Hip Pop Parade.
And it is a very extensive line. Butts on butts on butts.
There are keychains.
There are coin purses and tote bags.
There are decals and coffee mugs.
And so much more.
We're not sure we would sport these money makers, but we can't deny they are just a little bit cute.
Ronda Rousey, the defending UFC Bantamweight Champion, did an AMA on Reddit Aug. 10.
There, the all-around cool person, opened up about fighting, her unabashed nerdiness and life stuff.
When Rhonda Rousey beat Bethe Correia in 34 second to defend her title as the UFC Women's Champion, her popularity grew fast.
It has since led to many memes, much praise and at least one offer to train the Olympian.
With just a pencil and some paper, 15-year-old João A. Carvalho can create cool, 3D effects that make his drawings pop out of the page through a combination of line manipulation and shading.
Here is some of his amazing work, and you can view more on his Facebook page.