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Nintendo Has Updated Mario's Job Description And It's Got Him Saying 'Mamma Mia'

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In a weird confirmation that no one expected, Nintendo has announced that Mario is not a plumber like we all thought he was!


The character first appeared in the original Donkey Kong game all the way back in 1981 and has gone through a lot of changed over the years.

Whether it was in his original Super Mario Bros game where he got to play in the pipes that took him through all kinds of interesting worlds...

Or the elaborate Super Mario Galaxy where he could travel through space...


Mario has a had a lot of makeovers over the years, but most of the time it is just his physical appearance - not his profession.

Now, Nintendo has kind of changed their mind about his current profession, and honestly it kind of makes sense...

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