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Welcome to the Best of Kotaku, where I round up all of this week's best content.

First up is the image above. Imagine you're an everyday dude, mowing his lawn. How confusing/awesome would these discoveries be? Unfortunately you can't buy the shirt anymore, but you can still gaze at the pretty image, which was found over on InsanelyGaming.


Moving on to our Best Of content this week, we kick things off as usual with a comment from the community.

If you want to see the list of nominations (and other random conversations) you can the official forum here.


The Best Comment From The Community

This week's best comment goes to everyone in this thread. A few portions of said discussion are copied below, but you should really check out the whole thing:

  • MoH is the RC Cola in the battle between Coke and Pepsi.
  • Nah, I like RC Cola. I'd say that Moh is more like White Castle in teh battle between McDOnalds and Burger King.
  • Nah, I like White Castle. I'd say that MoH is more like sheepskin in the battle between Trojan and Durex.
  • Nah I like sheepskin. I'd say that MoH is more like the Rhea in the battle between the Ostrich and the Emu.
  • Nah, I like the Rhea. I'd say MoH is more like the Little Debbie in the battle between Hostess and TastyKake.
  • Nah, I like Little Debbie. It's more like Oscar the Grouch in the battle between Grover and Elmo.
  • Nah, I like Oscar the Grouch. It's more like Flag Day in the battle between Easter and Thanksgiving.
  • Nah, I like Flag day. It's more like SoulCalibur in the battle between Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat.

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