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There’s a curler at the Olympics who looks like Super Mario, and the internet loves him

Someone wearing a green shirt should grow a mustache to be Luigi. It’s pretty easy to pull off the Super Mario look. All you need is a red hat, a red shirt, suspenders, and a mustache. Sure, Bob Hoskins and Lou Albano did their part in portraying Mario in real life, but sometimes it’s even better when it’s accidental. That’s where 28-year-old American curler Matt Hamilton comes in.
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