Frieza Senpai, Notice Me

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This past Saturday, Frieza held a meet-and-greet at a shopping mall in Shiga Prefecture, Japan to promote the upcoming Dragon Ball Z movie. A Frieza cosplayer showed up and things got awkward.

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Not awkward in a bad way! But awkward in a very good one. See how Frieza reacted to seeing a fan, Twitter user Tokoroten Poo, in full Frieza mode.

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So, first, Frieza arrived. Real Frieza. (Well, official Frieza.)

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Where's phoney Frieza?

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Real Frieza shook hands.

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Posed for photos.

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Senpai, notice me.

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This is the best.

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Noticed!

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Phoney Frieza approaches his hero, who takes a few steps back.

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Bow down before your Frieza overlord.

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Never wash your hands again, Phoney Frieza. Never.

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To contact the author of this post, write to bashcraftATkotaku.com or find him on Twitter @Brian_Ashcraft.

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