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==History==
 
==History==
After eating "bleventeen" packs of Smile Dip, Mabel sees and rides Aoshima in a sugar induced hallucination. It appears as a flying dolphin with a small yellow bow tie and two muscular human-like arms. After spinning around, it grows another dolphin-like head and two more muscular human arms, one from each mouth. On each palm of its hands are dolphin faces, which shoot rainbow-colored rays from their mouths. While the creature is doing so, a car alarm can be heard.
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After eating "bleventeen" packs of Smile Dip, Mabel sees and rides Aoshima in a sugar induced hallucination, claiming "the future is in the past". It appears as a flying dolphin with a small yellow bow tie and two muscular human-like arms. After spinning around, it grows another dolphin-like head and two more muscular human arms, one from each mouth. On each palm of its hands are dolphin faces, which shoot rainbow-colored rays from their mouths. While the creature is doing so, a car alarm can be heard.
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==

Revision as of 18:52, September 1, 2014

Aoshima is a creature seen in the episode "The Inconveniencing" during one of Mabel's hallucinations from eating too much Smile Dip.

History

After eating "bleventeen" packs of Smile Dip, Mabel sees and rides Aoshima in a sugar induced hallucination, claiming "the future is in the past". It appears as a flying dolphin with a small yellow bow tie and two muscular human-like arms. After spinning around, it grows another dolphin-like head and two more muscular human arms, one from each mouth. On each palm of its hands are dolphin faces, which shoot rainbow-colored rays from their mouths. While the creature is doing so, a car alarm can be heard.

Appearance

Aoshima is a hallucination-induced monster who appears to be a blue and white dolphin with a yellow bow tie, four heads, but can grow an arm out of each mouth. Each arm, in turn, gains a face and a gaping mouth, which makes dolphin sounds and emit rays.

Sightings

Season 1

Games

Trivia

  • Aoshima is named after animation director John Aoshima.
    • Assuming John Aoshima uses the Japanese pronunciation of his name, Mabel mispronounces "Aoshima."
  • In the end credits of "The Inconveniencing," the cryptogram decodes to: Onwards, Aoshima!, which is what Mabel Pines says while she is riding Aoshima in her hallucination.

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