Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario of Glove and Boots recently made a hilarious series of generic response videos for Facebook that make it easy and fun for anyone to instantly respond to someone’s political post, a post you’re tagged in for no reason, spam posts, and more.
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While rehearsing for a Glove and Boots performance of Romeo and Juliet, director Fafa the Groundhog helped Johnny T understand his lines by translating a particularly romantic Shakespeare soliloquy into more modern language. Meanwhile, Mario once again donned a wig in order to play fair Juliet.
Johnny T tries to understand William Shakespeare’s, “Romeo and Juliet.”
— gloveandboots (@gloveandboots) August 31, 2016
Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog, Mario and multiple versions of Gorilla perform a trippy cover of the iconic Beatles song “All You Need is Love“, featuring such “puppetized” pairs as Popeye and Bluto, Rick Grimes and zombies, and Batman and Two-Face. Just because.
We though we should add some LOVE to the Internet. A Glove and Boots cover of the Beatles’, “All You Need Is Love.”
Santa’s Secret Stories is a new series from Glove and Boots where a puppet version of Kris Kringle sits down by a fire and shares a new, mysterious adventure from his holiday travels every day until Christmas. Santa has told three of his seven tales: “Scotty’s Pony,” “Donnie and the Elf,” and “The Non-Believers.”
In an episode of Glove and Boots, Fafa the Groundhog and Mario examine the theory that The Muppets have been replaced by pod people and are not the original puppets the world came to love decades ago.
Mario and Fafa are quick to point out that they’re not making fun of The Muppets, they are simply accusing them of being alien creatures that have taken over the bodies of the original hosts.
On a recent episode of Glove and Boots, appropriately titled “Thorigami,” a mighty puppet version of Marvel superhero Thor tries his best to show us all how to make a paper swan using his iconic Mjölnir hammer. Things just do not go as planned for the muscular Norse God of thunder and lightning.
Thor vs. Tiny Piece of Paper