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“I AIN'T GOT NO BODY!”
“My sentiments, exactly!”
Mario's Head is a disembodied, incredibly annoying head that says pointless things that is somewhat of an evil counterpart to Mario when he still had a body. He has starred in many games ranging since his first appearance in the 1992 PC game Mario Teaches Typing, a game that he himself created. His most recent appearance was in the 2010 video game Super Mario Galaxy 2 where he acted as a spaceship for Mario and Luigi. He goes berserk whenever people refuse to give him a computer.
edit Early Life
Mario's Head was born when Mario was decapitated with a guillotine after he was captured by Bowser and his Koopas. Miraculously, he survived his execution and his head started floating around, much to the horror of everyone watching the execution. Apparently, this was a side effect of the fact that Mario had multiple lives to use when he took on Bowser. His brother Luigi, who was sadly attending the execution, was happy and both frightened at the same time. It was even more horrifying when the disembodied head started speaking. His first words were "Press the Start button to play!"
edit Mario Teaches Typing
Not long after this incident, Mario started a game known as Mario Teaches Typing. He taught things about typing everybody knew, such as using the keyboard for example. He also taunted people when he did things that people can't, such as flying around. Because of this, it was not very popular. Even his brother Luigi hated the game. In fact, he assembled a mob to kill the Talking Mario Head...but of course that didn't work.
edit Super Mario 64
After this incident, Mario got a role in Super Mario 64. Once again, the players despised Mario's Head, and devised a way to torture him, by mutating his face with the Nintendo 64's cursor. They had great fun doing it. They also swirled a star around him occasionally, much to his annoyance. Due to his attackers being protected by the Fourth Wall, there was nothing he was able to do about it.
edit Super Mario 64 DS
Mario's Head later became part of Super Mario 64 DS. His role was similar to before. He also starred in a few video games, such as when he forced his friend Yoshi to search for treasure for him by using telekinesis to press a gun against his dinosaur head, or trying to recapture Yoshi when he tried to escape from him and got trapped in a Tox Box along with two other Yoshis. Basically, he was just as annoying as before. His friend Yoshi Head also decided to help him annoy others as well.
edit Current Events
Mario's Head has recently somehow reobtained his body and is now playing several games such as Checkers and Backgammon with unsuspecting players. He is quite prone to cheating, and is quite a sore loser. In fact, he once threw a chess board all across the room.
Mario's Head is not very intelligent, and can easily be distracted if he saw food, drinks, or a computer. He is also considered incredibly annoying, taunting others by doing things they could not do due to the fact that they had a body. He also is fond of Pong, and would often impersonate people playing a game of it. He is also very clumsy, as he can never stop hitting his nose no matter how hard he tries.
He also has an unhealthy obsession with Princess Peach, and wants to do all kinds of kinky things to her. He is currently stalking her every time she takes a bath or every time she changes her clothes (the latter of which she almost never does, fortunately). Interestingly enough, he also has a similar obsession with his brother Luigi.
edit See also
- Mario's hand
- Mario's foot
- Mario's torso
|Mario • Princess Peach • Toad|
|Antagonists||Donkey Kong • Goomba • Wario|
|Luigis||Gay Luigi • Mama Luigi • Weegee • Waluigi|
|Locations||Mushroom Kingdom • Another Castle® • Yoshi's Park|
|Games||Mario Party • Super Mario Brothers • Super Mario World|
|Whatnot||Getting pushed into bananas (Mario Kart) • Magic mushroom • Mariology • Raccoon Tail v. Super Mario Cape • The Mushroom Kingdom (band)|