pokemon is a japenese comic. pokemon is short for pocket monsters. it came to the U.S. as a trading card game in 1999. along with other game boy color games called Red and Blue based in the Kanto region, then yellow. this consisted of the first 150 pokemon. later on nintendo and game freak made Pokemon Silver, Chrystal, and Gold came out and was based in the Johto region but you could later continue that game in the previously known Kanto region. with these games also released a set of new pokemon. in 2002, the game boy advance versions came out called ruby and sapphire and in may 2005 emerald came out which was an expansion on ruby and sapphire which is a game that takes place in the newly released Hoenn region with a set of all new pokemon. then the nintendo ds came out in 2005 and games called pokemon ranger and pokemon blue/red mystery dungeon were released and those just totally suck ass. then in 2007, Pokemon Diamond and Pearl came out in a whole new region of Sinnoh region with again a whole new sit of pokemon...now there are over 486...omg, they needed to stop a while ago. anyway, there are also other pokemon games for gamecube and nintendo 64 called pokemon snap, pokemon Colosseum, pokemon xd, pokemon channel, and some others that elude me at the moment. but the ones that are really fun are the rpg ones for gbc, gba, and nds. im 16 and i still play those games. they're fucking fun as hell. pokemon is not for noobs. it is awesome and so is the tv shows, although i do think that they need to stop while they are ahead and just quit making more pokemon.
faggot-that-thinks-pokemon-is-gay person: omg i cant believe you still like this gay japanese thing.
me: dude my alakazam could pwn your ass.
faggot-that-thinks-pokemon-is-gay person: youre gay!
me: pokemon rocks.
(faggot-that-thinks-pokemon-is-gay person now goes and kills himself because he is emo and thinks that pokemon nerds are taking over the world)
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