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Pikachu Twitter pic gets retweeted over 38,000 times

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Most Pokemon aren’t known for being very expressive vocally, away from Darkrai and Meowth, but don’t tell that to Twitter user Puijiro.

A photo of Pikachu has gotten over 38,000 retweets since it was originally tweeted on Friday by the Japanese Twitter user that proves, even with his one word, three-syllable vocal library, good-ole Pika-Pi could give Ditto and Zoroark a run for their money in the impersonation department.

The tweet, which also has been "favorited" on the site over 40,000 times, even got the attention of popular gaming website Kotaku, who featured it on their website this morning.

A photo montage of various moments from the hit-anime, Pikachu manages to contort his face and body into the visages and shapes of several fan-favorite Pokemon including Axew, Marill, Mudkip, Meowth and even Rotom.

What’s your favorite Pikachu impersonation?

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