This was a week full of amazing news, broken hearts, and broken records. Everything pales in comparison to the record set in Japan yesterday, The Synchronized Mascot Dancing record. What you are about to experience is all at once, stupid, creepy, and ultimately, heart warming.
141 mascots, from across 25 Japanese prefectures participated in the event, which required participants to be be 95% in sync for five minutes. The last couple seconds of the Guinness Book of World Records setting video are particularly awesome. Although we can't quite match this awesomeness, The Network still has some nice treats for you.
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