President Toad denies his ballbag looks like a couple of comb-over tangerines

President Toad holding up an image of two Orange Trump heads with the message 'NOT MY BOYS'
John Shafthauer

In our reality, President Donald Trump has been accused by the porn actor Stormy Daniels of having:

a dick like the mushroom character in Mario Kart.

Meanwhile, over in Super Mario World, President Toad has faced a similar accusation. Namely that his ballbag looks like a couple of Trumps from the Mario-universe video game Super Collusion Bros.

Egg on his face

President Toad allegedly had an affair with Birdo – the wife of Yoshi:

Birdo and Yoshi on their honeymoon

Toad denied the allegation, but he was also recorded saying:

You ever been with a broad who can regurgitate eggs at will? It’s a wild scene, man.

Birdo has since gone on to claim that President Toad’s:

ballbag looks like a couple of shrivelled oranges with gelled rat fur glued on them – like that Trump guy from Super Idiot Kart.

Undeserved?

Of course, having a somewhat misshapen penis might be the most human thing about Trump. Ridiculing him may seem deserved as he’s a truly atrocious human, but let’s not forget who the real victims are in this story: people who play as Toad in Super Mario Kart.

Oh, and everyone who’ll perish in the nuclear war Trump starts to deflect attention, obviously.

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Featured images via pxhere / The White House – Wikimedia / JD Hancock – Flickr / DonkeyHotey – flickr [IMAGE WAS ALTERED]

In-story image via Chibi22 – Deviant Art

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