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I have no extra information so here is a terrible joke I thought of while pouring custard on my dessert.

What's an instrument's favorite dessert?
A: Acoustard

Acoustic + Custard = Acoustard
Yea terrible lol

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I don't know what answer to pick as the best answer! They're both the same but different in places. Oh the dilemma lol
@Jellofish, please use the "comment" button to comment, not the "answer" button. You should pick whichever helped you more.
This is my first time asking a question in a while. I've forgotten how do do things XD

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Yes.

Mr. Rime appears to be based on a mime, a tap dancer, and silent film actor Charlie Chaplin's iconic Tramp character. Like the Tramp, Mr. Rime appears to wear a bowler hat, a black suit jacket, baggy trousers, large dress shoes, carries a cane, and sports a mustache. Mr. Rime is native to the Galar region, which is inspired by Charlie Chaplin's home country - the United Kingdom.

Not technically Chaplin himself, but tramp is his most famous character by far, so it is basically him.

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Mr. Rime appears to be based on a mime, a tap dancer, and silent film actor Charlie Chaplin's iconic Tramp character. Like the Tramp, Mr. Rime appears to wear a bowler hat, a black suit jacket, baggy trousers, large dress shoes, carries a cane, and sports a mustache. Mr. Rime is native to the Galar region, which is inspired by Charlie Chaplin's home country - the United Kingdom.

Mr. Rime may also be based on a clown since its feet resemble oversized clown shoes and its round body resembles a clown face, with the yellow spots resembling eyes, the large red orb resembling a nose, and the curved white marking resembling a smiling mouth.

Technically, Mr. Rime is based off one of Chaplin's characters, not Chaplin himself. This is also not the only inspiration Mr. Rime drew from.

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