Transportation isnâ€™t a problem in the Mushroom Kingdom. Much of its citizenry is capable of self-propelled flight, while others can transform into flying raccoons or spurt wings from their caps. Rumor has it there are even flutists who can travel vast distances simply by whistling a ditty.
Despite an abundance of alternatives, however, virtually everyone within the kingdomâ€™s limits drives a vehicle. From simple go-karts to gigantic gas-guzzling muscle cars, thereâ€™s no conveyance too large or too tiny. Bustling beltways and boulevards spread to every corner of the land of mushroomsâ€”oddly, pollution isnâ€™t an issue, either.
After all, the clouds are always smiling.
But donâ€™t be fooled by the brightly colored frivolity. This car-crazed culture of pedal pushers faces serious problems. According to reports from Princess Toadstoolâ€™s castle, accidents caused by blue shells have increased at alarming rates in
Mario Kart Wii recent years. Worse yet, studies issued by Mushroom Kingdom scientists offer no explanation for the meteorological anomalies occurring on kingdom roadways, where lightning strikes are approximately 53,000 times more likely.
Still, these statistics may actually be the least of the citizensâ€™ worries. Perhaps more alarming are the policies through which the royal Department of Mushroom Vehicles issues driverâ€™s licenses.
Authorized documents obtained exclusively by Infendo reveal the department has granted licenses to applicants convicted of charges as serious as kidnapping royalty.
Itâ€™s even given them to babies.
Indeed, it would seem practically impossible to be denied a driverâ€™s license in this kingdom, but in a land where polka-dotted portobellos grow tall enough to touch the sky, practicality and impossibility arenâ€™t factors. In fact, some of the Mushroom Kingdomâ€™s most famous citizens have never driven upon its frenzied freeways, and given the lackadaisical requirements to do so, Infendo set out to discover why.
made-up nonsense findings may surprise you.