Last month, Nintendo revealed Eevee's newest evolution for Pokémon X / Y, Sylveon. No doubt the versatile critter has been on many a Poké-maniacs mind since then.
What we've all been unknowingly waiting for was for someone to make a video about a jazz lounge singer dressed up in Eevee fur and singing about how "adaptable" she can be. "Needlemouse: The Musical" creative team Random Encounters took that job and produced "The Eevee Song," which blurs the line between human-Pokémon relationships further than ever before.
Also, Jynx looks like a gimp and Magikarp like a giant vagina.
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