Each Pokemon is interesting and worth talking about. I don’t play a ton of Pokemon, but I love the universe and enjoy learning more about the creatures in it. So here’s another Pokemon! It’s Shuppet!
Average height: 2’00 “
Average Weight: 5.1 lbs.
First added in Generation III
(Sorry about the last week! I’ve been very busy Far cry 6 and couldn’t write another Pokemon here.)
It’s still October, which means there are more ghosts and creepy Pokémon here! Are you too scared to read this? Well, I’ll summarize here so you can skip the rest of this blog: Shuppet is addicted to all the bad moods and bad feelings you find on a website like Twitter.
Yes, according to Pokedex entries listed on Bulbapedia, the purple ghostly Shuppet is very fond of “bad vibes”. In fact, according to whoever writes all of these Pokedex entries, this ghostly creature will roam the homes of people experiencing intense feelings of revenge, jealousy, envy, and other negative feelings. If you see a bunch of shuppets hanging around someone’s house, stay away. This man probably sucks.
In this way, Shuppet is doing all of us a service. Like people on Twitter who follow horrible people and retweet their worst things, letting you see bad shit without following the creator. Shuppet, the fanatical ghost of drama, is not only here to hang out with negative people, but actually devours their bad feelings and thoughts. In fact, some have suggested that it can be helpful in removing all the bad feelings stuck in people.
If anyone is really, really angry and negative, a few Shuppets literally swarm in their house and hang out there all night, devouring all the bad emotions, like me when I’m really hungry and end up with a cheap buffet. Trump’s villa in Flordia is said to be covered by about four feet of Schuppetz. Just a wall-to-wall schuppie. The dude is proud of it because he sucks.
- Shuppet isn’t the most lovable Pokemon, but I love how much he looks like a classic ghost. Sometimes less is more and all that.
- There is a popular proverb in the Pokémon universe: “Avoid the Shuppet house in the deepening twilight.”
- I have a similar proverb for Twitter: “Avoid those wearing an anime avatar mask.” He has served me well for years, may he serve you well too.
Best comment from (sort of …) last week
“Will life insurance companies respect Spirited Away through Drifblim? Ask a friend. “
They do, but you have to get a special form that will allow you to make a supernatural statement, and once you do, you will need to register as a preferred customer using Document 87-XF and also provide some interesting photos of the ghost. I say there are a lot of hoops.