Da Vinci, Bowser, Super Mario Bros

Da Vinci on Quest to Rescue Princess Toadstool

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WORLD 2-4, MUSHROOM KINGDOM – We have just received word that the Da Vinci Surgical Robot has embarked on a quest to save Princess Toadstool, as Super Mario remains in tough condition after a rough bout with mushroom-induced hepatitis.  Da Vinci, still unemployed by any operating room due its “absurd cost-to-speed ratio,” now aspires to a successful career as a video game character.  “I may not be able to jump high or run fast…” explained the self-anointed hero before pausing for a few minutes.  “Although now that I think about it, those elements are critical to my success here.”  According to friends of the princess, she is down in spirit, realizing that “at this rate, I’m going to die a captive of old age.”  She’s probably right.

Da Vinci, Bowser, Super Mario Bros
Da Vinci facing Bowser in the hope of saving Princess!

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