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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Some stoner thought the new images of Pluto contain the actual silhouette of Disney's Pluto

Posted By on Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 7:56 PM

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"Walt Disney, rest in peace, clearly had a vision, man (takes massive bong rip and holds it in). He wanted to create a solar system so fantastic (exhales huge plume of smoke) that generations of families would experience the magic long after he was gone," said the stoner that made this mildly interesting image comparison.

The above photo started making it's rounds on Reddit a couple days ago and, weirdly enough, it does sort of make a convincing case. 

I mean, does it sort of look like a cartoon dog head on the surface of this icy dwarf planet? Yeah. And, does is sort of look like Pluto's smiling mug? Ok. Yes. Damn it. 

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