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What Mortal Kombat characters do in their leisure time

Let us babeality, if you will, back to a time when the internets were hardly born and the original NES was king, a simpler time when 16-bit graphics came along and blew our fucking mind. For anyone who experienced that revolution, Mortal Kombat was a game you could never forget, at least partially because the endless repetitive movements of the characters just kind of got burned into your mind, which is why today -- also because it's Wednesday, the day that we bring you the best of our weird internets world in a random compendium of images loosely related to whatever topic we happen to come up with -- we put that incessant activity to good use.

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