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King Cake Baby Back As Pelicans Mascot

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Ah Mardi Gras, where you get beads for lifting up your shirt and eat a cake in hopes to find a tiny plastic baby that some consider good luck. (You also drink, go to a parade, and do other things, but that isn’t what this is about.)

Because the King Cake baby is such a fixture of Mardi Gras and New Orleans it’s no surprise that the New Orleans Pelicans have a King Cake baby mascot that comes out during Mardi Gras.

Thank the LORD this thing only comes around once a year. This guy is what your nightmares are made of. I mean, he is supposed to represent the baby Jesus, but he looks more like a long lost relative of the demented Chucky doll (which is what my nightmares are still made of).

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After seeing the King Cake baby for the first time, many took to Twitter to share their horror.

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The King Cake baby mascot isn’t the only Mardi Gras themed mascot the Pelicans bring out this time of year. They also have the King and the Jester.

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The King Cake baby mascot has become so popular he even has his own Twitter account. His first post tried to prepare us all.

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One man can’t believe the King Cake Baby is such a fixture in the news right now since it has been around for years.

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While the King Cake baby may scare some, one lady has no problem with the mascot.

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Image via Craig Ackerman, Twitter.

King Cake Baby Back As Pelicans Mascot
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