Japan’s PM showed up at the Olympics as Mario, and it was amazing.
Knocking your head on concrete doesn't necessary means you're insane. Sometimes, it's the only way to get some strength and power. WOW! Super Mario always speaks the truth but look who he is? He is not Super Mario at all. Do you know who he is?
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio went out with a bang at the closing ceremony last night, which included passing the torch (not the literal one, in this case) to the next city. The 2020 Summer Olympics - which will take place in Tokyo, Japan - is really going to be something, if the preview we saw during the closing ceremonies of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics is any indication. Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe made an appearance during the Closing Ceremony of the Rio Olympics, disguised as Super Mario.
Sometimes variations lead to a better life. Right? But where is a princess?
So what does he do? Have a look!
Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe made the most insanely Japanese entrance to the Rio Olympics closing ceremony on Sunday, by wearing a Mario hat.
Even Mario shocked because of Japan's prime minister Shinzo Abe. LOL!
If the Olympics were held next year, Abe would have popped out of a Pokeball.
Lord, Have mercy on us.