Have you ever looked at Gengar and thought, “Yes, I would like to use that great big ghosty tongue as a blanket”? If your answer is yes, then you’re in luck. If it’s no… well, you really need to start thinking outside of the box. Gengar’s tongue contains the warmth of a thousand suns.
Anyway, Bandai Japan has announced a brand new Gengar plush with a frankly ginormous tongue. International shipping is available, and this gorgeous Ghost will only set you back, er… $250. But you can stick your head in its mouth, so maybe it’s worth it? Surely someone out there is into the idea.
Also, in case I haven’t said it enough already: Gengar’s tongue is exceptionally large. As in, it is 170cm long. Grown adults can use it as a bed. Here, just have a look at it.
Potential uses for this Gengar plushie, as evidenced by the official art supplied by Bandai, include the following:
- You can roll Gengar’s tongue up and use it as a pillow.
- You can put your head inside Gengar’s mouth when you’ve had enough of seeing the world and all of its bullshit.
- You can wrap Gengar’s tongue around your torso for temperature control, or to make it feel like someone is giving you a hug.
- You can lie with your feet facing Gengar and use the tongue as a blanket.
- You can sit next to Gengar while working, using its tongue as… moral support?
- When you are simply fed up of life itself, you can kneel in front of Gengar and ram your head inside its mouth, simulating a scenario in which Pokemon’s most famous Ghost literally eats you.
That’s a fairly lengthy list, isn’t it? This Gengar plush may look like an ordinary teddy, but it’s actually really versatile. My favourite option is obviously the last one. Yet another Cyberpunk 2077 fan has posted a bratty megathread of missing features on Reddit?
Right, that’s it. Grab your Gengar, Time for option six: consumption by novelty Gengar toy.
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Cian Maher is the Lead Features Editor at TheGamer. He’s also had work published in The Guardian, The Washington Post, The Verge, Vice, Wired, and more. You can find him on Twitter @cianmaher0.
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