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Japanese Fans: New Godzilla Too Fat

According to the Japanese Times, die-hard Godzilla fans are complaining that the monster in the new Hollywood remake of the classic 1954 film looks too fat, with many users joking that the giant reptile has eaten too much American food. What do you think?

  • “Sorry if we like a little meat on our monsters.”

    Jackson Cahn
    Biochemical Engineer
  • “Well, they say the camera adds at least 50,000,000 pounds.”

    Stanley Rundles
    RV Salesman
  • “I just hope I look that good when I’m 60 years old.”

    Sylvia Lang
    Marketing Adviser
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