This stop-motion video -- produced by Japanese students for a cultural festival -- uses an unfeasible quantity of sticky notes to recreate a sequence that'll be familiar to anyone who's played Super Mario Bros. In it, a paper Mario (no, not that Paper Mario) navigates a classroom, a stairwell, a library, and what appears to be some kind of sickbay, clobbering koopas, collecting coins, and generally having the Mario equivalent of a rollicking good time.
The video apparently took two weeks of production, and cost the equivalent of about $50. Now it's racking up hundreds of thousands of views on Youtube. We'd say that's worth an A