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    "Don't let your kids watch it!" - Robbie Rotten

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    Reason: Mentions of sex and nudity.

    Mario really needs to file a restraining order on him.
    Gender: Male
    Type: The Perverted Side of Toad
    Species: Mushroom person/Figurine
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Mario Fables

    Toad is a character from the Mario series created by Shigeru Miyamoto. He is Peach's assistant and has a pink girlfriend named Toadette. He, along with Peach, were awfully flanderized in Mario Fables.

    Why He Intentionally Needs to Shut Up

    1. Firstly, he was a victim of flanderization as he went from a cheerful and loyal assistant to Peach into a perverted comic relief.
    2. Just like everyone else, his voice is ear-piercing to listen to, even more so than John Stocker's in the Super Mario Bros. Super Show.
    3. He tends to mention having sex with everything and everyone around him to the point where no one had called the police on him; this makes Quagmire from Family Guy look celibate in comparison. Does that sound familiar?
    4. As mentioned above, he never gets arrested or punished for his perverted actions, making him a pedophilic Karma Houdini.
      • In "Bowser Jr. Kidnaps Princess Peach", when Bowser Jr. was kidnapping Peach, he looked under Peach's dress, which is disgusting and this can be considered sexual harassment.
    5. Adding more salt in the wound, on Insurd's social media, he has nude pictures of himself.
      • This can cause Insurd's social media accounts to get shut down.
    6. In "April Fools" he takes April Fools too far by stabbing himself with a knife, which scared Luigi to death, throws it at Shy Guy, and worst of all, when Mario tricks Luigi into giving him the Fire Flower and uses it, he kills Mario while the latter was still using it just for an April Fool's Day prank and laughs at Mario's dead body.
      • Since he did that Mario got killed off for every episode of Luigi Fables.
    7. He even hosts a Q&A show to make Mario look bad twice. He's also going to do it for a third time with Toadette.
    8. There are times where he makes really awful faces, such as making his eyes and/or mouth grow to the point where his mouth either turns into a zigzag or grows teeth or fangs whenever he laughs, goes crazy, panics, or even gets excited.
    9. He's shown to be stupid.
      • In "Peach's Lemonade", after drinking a glass from Peach's lemonade stand and not only does he not get sick from Peach's "special recipe", but he also literally eats the glass when he was supposed to drink from it. Worse of all, THERE'S EVEN A BLOODY CLOSE-UP OF HIS MOUTH AFTER EATING THE GLASS!
    10. He makes fourth wall jokes at the end of the later videos, which can get annoying after a little bit.
      • In "Toadsome", he says he doesn't mind getting eaten after asking the viewers what their favorite kind of mushroom is.
      • In "No Surprise", he said to the viewers he was going to leave when the viewers were still watching.

    Intentional Redeeming Qualities

    1. He is a much better character outside this series.
    2. His design is faithful to his Nintendo counterpart, like everyone else and cute.
    3. Because of how gross his behavior is, he was clearly meant to be hated.
    4. His voice, despite being bad and annoying, can be funny.
      • Toad can be quite funny at times.
    5. In "Pokémon No", he did get his comeuppance for hitting Pikachu with his phone and got electrocuted to the point where he was turned into ash by Pikachu because he thought the latter was on his phone, but he realized he was shown in person.


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