Pikachu (And Friends) With No Ears

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

You've seen a Pikachu numerous times, but have you ever seen the character without ears? Online in Japan recently, a thread on 2ch, the country's largest forum, popped up with people contributing altered photos of iconic characters sans ears.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

Like this.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

And here's the Miffy we all know and love.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

Here's Miffy without ears.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

Rilakkuma, the relaxing bear, relaxing with ears.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

Now relaxing without them.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

Mickey Mouse.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

Mickey Mouse minus ears, feet bits, and finger tips. Blame a bad source image for that!

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

And Hello Kitty.

Pikachu (And Friends) with No Ears

On second thought, Kitty-chan needs ears. Badly.

色んなキャラクターの耳消そうぜwww [2ch]


Comments

    Kotaku needs a quality assurance manager, who decides whether an article is an article, or a pointless waste of time that shouldn't be posted

      I thought that's what the byline was for?

      Wait, you mean to say that Kotaku isn't just a shared personal blog? It has a purpose and standards? And to think I just came here for memes and cool pictures...

      You can tell what the article is about from the title. If it looks like something you wouldn't enjoy, why click on it?

        Complaining is the internet pastime, and Kotaku comment sections are a central forum for it. If Kotaku actually listened to the complaints, there would be no content and no comments. One of those would be a loss, I'll let you all decide on your own which. :)

        I clicked on this article, because I though it would be as good a place as any to voice my issues with this particular article. I know I could simply ignore the article, but its more an issue of integrity. Kotaku occasionally has some very poignant, interesting articles and reviews, and informative news stories as well, and I feel as though useless waffle like this article really detracts from the integrity of those more carefully considered posts.

    What is the point of this "article"?

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