The Likability of Angry Birds by The Oatmeal Explains the Cute Critters

By: Sophia Pelka - Published: Jan 16, 2012 • References: facebook & theoatmeal
Created by Matthew Inman, aka the Oatmeal, The Likability of Angry Birds infographic explains the critters within the game.

Evidently, the favored bird is the black orbicular character. The graphic reads, "Like hunting bunny rabbits with a hydrogen bomb." As the birds get more mediocre, or disliked the accompanying comments become more and more hilarious. The red bird is pretty useless, described as a "fun bird to use if you enjoy the feeling of throwing ping pong balls at a navy destroyer." However, the ultimate in unlikable is the green bird. The Oatmeal says, "If this were a bird in real life, I'd stir-fry it all the way back to the endangered species list."

The Oatmeal frequently creates Internet culture parodies, and indulges in self-mockery. The Likability of Angry Birds infographic is sure to induce laughter. Stats for Avian App Infographics Trending: Older & Average
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