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A fan took in Tuesday’s Angels-White Sox game dressed as a gorilla. 

By Extra Mustard
April 20, 2016

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A fan took in Tuesday’s Angels-White Sox game dressed as a gorilla, and this is impractical for many reasons.

First of all, this looks like a pretty high-end gorilla costume. This is the kind of gorilla you would find at like, the Rainforest Cafe or a play about gorillas. This isn’t some cheap, Halloween gorilla costume.

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You know how much a good gorilla costume costs? At least a 100 bucks at Target. And it has to be super hot under there, right?

Quite frankly, everything about this gorilla suit raises more questions than answers. (How is he drinking soda???) And I’m not sure if I’m comfortable finding out what’s going on beneath the mask.

– Rohan Nadkarni

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