500 points.

This is remarkable. YouTube user NotEntirelySure¬†managed to beat Super Mario Bros. with only 500 points. That means he/she doesn’t get a single coin, kill a single enemy, bust a single block, and he finishes every level by hitting the flag as low as possible, with literally ZERO seconds left on the clock. If you’ve played this game before, you’ll know immediately how insane this is. Watch below, but be warned, it gets INTENSE when the Hammer Bros. show up in World 8-3.


Super Mario stuff.

Three awesome things:

1. Piranha Plant Pops via Cakecrumbs.me. These have to be insanely delicious.


2. 1-Up Mushroom Pizza Rolls via Kitchen Overlord.


3. Mario/Lego/Gamer-themed wedding via Vancity Bride. Props to Sarah and Chris for being ridiculously creative for their wedding. Look through their other pictures, looks like the day was great fun.



mushroomPhoto credit and awesome idea credit here.

We had a pretty delish cake, but Colls and I really missed out on a golden opportunity for our wedding reception. More cakes here.

I have a compulsive desire to jump on the top of this thing. This one is just as good. From Erika Iris Simmons’ “Ghost in the Machine” series.

Maybe not Super Mario Bros. specific, but close enough. Can’t wait to retire and build something like this. Major props to MSRaynsford.

Get ready for a glut of Super Mario Bros. posts. READY BREAK.

Hungry Hungry Hippos is awesome enough, but turn it into Hungry Hungry Koopa, done by Kodykoala and I could lose myself in this for hours.

Super Mario 64 Stars

Super Mario 64 Stars

If I had a gigantic room that was completely full of things that I love, this print would be in a humongous frame on the wall. So much nostalgia contained in this for me. Mad props to deviantARTist kitsovereign.

8-Bit Mario Cutting Board

In keeping with the last post, this is the greatest cutting board I’ve ever seen. I would cut and peel my carrots much more diligently if it was on this.

Credit to Etsy shop owner Jim Van Winkle, who, coincidentally, is located in Muscatine, IA. Shout out to Midwest pride.

8-Bit OK Computer

This is insane. YouTube user QuintonSung recreated Radiohead’s OK Computer and Kid A albums in the style of mid-late 80s video games. We are talking early Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros. NES era video games. Too cool.

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