Pokemon's Official Magikarp Song Is A Tribute To Uselessness 

In 2014 Slowpoke got a reggae song about how slow and tasty it is. Now The Pokémon Company has released "I Love Magikarp," a song about how being almost completely useless doesn't make you any less adored.

Or at least that's what the translation over at Kantopia says. it says. A young boy sings of how Koiking (Magikarp's Japanese name) just kinda sits there and flops about, over mountains and even in battle. How Magikarp is everywhere, even in puddles. How one day, a long time from now, Magikarp will evolve into Gyrados, so he's levelling a team of six.

And how Magikarp sometimes just gets carried off by birds, because Magikarp.

In the end it's all about love, despite the floppy fish pokemon's obvious flaws. It's the sort of love all of us should give and receive, especially if we eventually evolve into Gyrados.


Comments

    Daaaaw.

    I spent the better half of today hunting Magicarp, found two spots in Melbourne that spawn a ton of them.
    Found 2 as we pulled in to the car park and picked up another 5 just walking around.

    Planning to go next weekend when I'm not so tired. (Was getting Bulbasaurs like Pidgeys too)

    Last edited 31/07/16 6:46 pm

      Got to ask... what was the location?

    Southbank by Sea Life for Magikarp and Queens Park in Moonee Ponds for Bulbasaurs and Magikarps

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