10 Of The Worst Mascots Ever Created
Mascots are an awesome way to get the crowd excited at a sporting event. They often come in different shapes and sizes, ranging from panthers to crazy looking birds. Well, we’ve scoured the internet and have come up with some of the strangest mascots you’ll ever see. From a baby that looks like he’s been taking too many drugs to something that looks like an evil twin sister of Lisa Simpson, here are some of the strangest mascots you’ll ever see!
Chuck The Condor, Los Angeles Clippers
In February of 2016, the LA Clippers introduced Chuck The Condor to their team. Let’s just say the public doesn’t like him that much, a couple of magazine headlines have read “The Clippers’ championship drive just got hijacked by a stupid bird” and “Chuck is a schmuck”.
Abby The Abused Chicken, Mercy For Animals
If you haven’t guess by the name, Abby The Abused Chicken is a mascot that has been made by Mercy For Animals to show their concern with farmed animals. The mascot has apparently been raised from the dead after being boiled, busted, partially de-feathered, and had her throat slit.
Flamy, Fundaçao Hospitalar
Flamy the mascot currently has 100 burn victims come into the hospital in Minas Gerais, Brazil every day. The hospitals have actually been using Flamy to teach children about what to do with flammable materials and how to treat burns if they receive them.
Totes McGoats, The City Of Niagara Falls
Wanting to get the public more excited about recycling, the city of Niagara Falls, New York, decided to come up with the Totes McGoats mascot.
Kingley, Patrick Thistle
This deformed Lisa Simpson-looking mascot was introduced to Patrick Thistle, a football club from Glasgow, Scotland in July 2015.
King Cake Baby, New Orleans Pelicans
This creepy looking baby mascot belongs to the New Orleans Pelicans.
Puppy Monkey Baby, Mountain Dew
In February 2016, Mountain Dew decided to come up with a mascot that combined all of their fans favorites. Combing a puppy, a monkey and a baby together.
The Stanford Tree, Standford University
These trees are not officially mascots at Stanford, they have just been adopted as their unofficial mascot.
Wenlock And Mandeville, London Olympics, 2012
These mascots, that have been described as “sinister”, “terrifying” and like “a drunken one-night stand between a Teletubby and a Dalek” are apparently droplets of steel left over from a building over the Olympic stadium and is said to symbolize the UK’s Industrial Revolution.
Pique, Mexico, 1989 World Cup Hosts
Mexico was asked to create a mascot for the World Cup in 1989, as they were the hosts. Instead of coming up with a cute little Mexican thing they came up with this funny looking thing that goes by the name Pique, and is a Picante Pepper who has a mustache and a sombrero.