You may recall Casey Heynes, the chunky kid who was tired of being bullied and became an icon. Now he's immortalised - overmortalised? - in this video that mixes back in all the sound and visual effects we all heard in our mind when we first watched Casey piledrive his bully into the schoolyard concrete. [via Calm Down Tom]
Casey The Bully-Breaking 'Zangief Kid' Gets Street Fighter Remix
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