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12 Times Kirby Was The Most Adorable Nintendo Character

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Created by Masahiro Sakurai at HAL Laboratory in 1992, Kirby, Nintendo's pink puffball of a mascot, has been charming hearts worldwide for 25 years now! The character's beloved for being completely adorable, but here are 12 times he was especially cute.

When the game's intro showed you how to draw him

When he has a little parasol

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When he puts on a little nightcap and falls asleep

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When he dresses up like Link

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When he teams up with his animal friends

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When he was made out of clay

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Or made out of yarn

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Or when he became a pinball

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When he turned into... a refrigerator?!

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When he does his little victory dance

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When instead of taunting you, he just says "Hi!"

All the time. Look how freaking cute he is!

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