The 'Shroom:Issue 121/Fake News
Hello, and welcome to the Fake News! It is April, the month in which Squidward Tentacles took a joke too far and ruined April Fools Day forever in real life, in that classic SpongeBob episode. Well, April Fools Day has come and gone, but don't worry! It's not too late to use it to justify an awful prank! And, in case you're running low on ideas, I've already prepared a few:
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Greetings, viewers, from MKBC 6, live with your weekly weather report.
This week we will see very good weather. The sun will be out with only variable clouds on most days, with Wednesday being the only day that we are predicting rain showers. It will be breezy during the first part of the week, with winds starting to pick up on Friday. It's recommended that viewers secure down any personal items that could blow away in the wind.
Notable events this week include a four-game series between the Mario Fireballs and Bowser Monsters at Mario Stadium beginning on Monday night. The third game of the series will give fans the opportunity to get a full set of autographs from each team. On Thursday, Princess Peach's own restaurant, Sakura, will be selling their annual picnic kits. The sports complex will be open all day for picnickers, as well as Castle Park.
Isle Delfino will be very hot starting Monday, with the heat only breaking on Friday. Travelers are advised to pack a lot of sunscreen and cool clothes. Bottled water will be available free at any booth that sells food on the main festival grounds. The first few days of the week are the feature of the festival: the main festival grounds are set up in Ricco Harbor and Pinna Park. Pinna Park will offer reduced-price admission and will feature foods from around the region as well as artists, musicians, and street performers. Ricco Harbor will have artisans of all disciplines gathered from all across the region to sell and trade their wares. If you're looking for a new piece of art to put in your home, or maybe a new food to try, or some new music to listen to, you will not want to miss this part of the festival.
On Friday, severe thunderstorms will be moving into the region. Festival planners have already taken precautions for these storms. Beginning on Friday, Hotel Delfino will begin a showcase of indie films produced around the region which extends into Saturday afternoon. Late-night hours at the casino are offering half-off chips to increase entries in the Adventure Pack Combo Contest. Winners have the choice of receiving gorgeous prizes such as personalized weapons from Smash Bros. tournament competitors such as Mario, Fox McCloud, and Captain Falcon. Beginning on Sunday, the resort's theater will switch to a live broadcast of the MarioKart Deluxe tournament as it begins with the Mushroom Cup. Viewers are advised to stay inside as the isle will most likely be experiencing heavy flooding into early Tuesday from the storms over the weekend.
A mysterious crime wave has been sweeping the Mushroom Kingdom, and even the far reaches of Mario Zone were no exception, and a murder-robbery occurred on poor Bear, a resident of the large toy Mario. His precious beach ball was stolen in the attack.
The cause of death for Bear seemed to have been burn wounds inflicted by an unknown perpetrator. A local coroner said this kind of injury usually results in the victim dropping a coin. "It's lucky it was just the fireball though, as he was quite close to some spikes, and that's a sight I wouldn't have wanted to see," the coroner told me as well. It is reckoned that the beach ball was stolen due to the recent nice weather, and citizens wanted to make their way down to the beach.
Bear was a well-respected resident of Mario Zone, and various citizens gave him high praise, with some focusing on his amazing balancing skills, I mean seriously I can barely stay balanced on a stationary object, whilst others praised his ferociousness. "I mean, he was a bear, so it goes without saying that he fought tooth and nail for whatever he wanted. It just probably would have helped if he ever bothered to get off of that ball, I always told him that it'd be the death of him."
Since his passing, the various residents of Mario Zone set up a small tribute for him, but it was quickly removed after it was decided that Mario Zone should be a place of fun and not sadness. In fact, after this was decided, I was ejected from the premises and told never to return. And when I tried entering through the gift shop, I was swiftly removed, so it does like I am well and truly banned from the Mario Zone. Oh well, at least I got this snazzy beach ball.
Welcome to the Tour Guide! Today, I will be showing you around the Water Park from Mario Kart 8. It is a fun place to spend in the holidays, unless if you can't swim (little goombas!) Well actually, since none of the rides is just a big swimming pool, if you can't swim you should be just fine. But if you want to swim, then you can! Half of the park is covered in water. Just watch out for robotic fish underwater!
There are many rides in the Water Park. Most of them are named and they can be seen while racing in the game. There is the Sub coaster, which is basically a car that goes around in a circle. The bottom part of the circle is submerged in water and when the sub goes in it you will get splashed!
There is a Ferris wheel in the park called the Wario Wheel. Each carriage is halfway filled with water. When the wheel spins around, you will get splashed!
There are also other rides, like the Aqua Cups. There are also hotels around the area. Some parts of them are underwater!
So the Water Park is a great place to go if you love water! Just watch out for those pesky Kart racers like
Welcome back to the article which I like to call 'Quizmelon's Awesome TV Guide' but due to restrictions has to be called 'TV Tomorrow' instead. As always, I am supplied to give you the three top shows from all the Mushroom Kingdom channels tomorrow. So let's get on with the article. Here's the top three shows I recommend!
MKBC Kids, 3.00pm
DK Channel, 8pm
So, that's tomorrow's TV in a nutshell. And as occurs so often on this section, I wish I had something interesting to close on, but I don't, so I'll just end it on this: See you next time. Hopefully that'll do for now.
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