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The Slavoj Žižek Dress-Up Game Is The Best Thing On The Internet Today

Welcome to the Dress Up Of the Real.

Posted on November 24, 2014, at 12:05 p.m. ET

This is the ursine celebrity philosopher Slavoj Žižek. He is known for outrageous and contrarian arguments. He's kinda like the Slate of philosophers.

Andy Miah/Creative Commons / Via Flickr: andymiah

He's also known for his disheveled appearance.

But now, thanks to Welcome To The Dress Up of the Real, you can pick out a brand new outfit for your Slavoj, and make him look more presentable.

There are dozens of outfits for Slavoj in this game by Cameron Kunzelman, James Wragg, and Chris Hunt.

You can dress Slavoj as Morpheus!

(Clever, this: Slavoj's 2002 book Welcome to the Desert of the Real is a reference to Morpheus' line from the Matrix—and its inspiration, the French philosopher Jean Baudrillard.)

You can dress Slavoj as a gladiator!

You can dress Slavoj as Sauron!

You can dress Slavoj as a Charlie Chaplin-Xenomoprh-Alice mashup.

Or if you're feeling puckish, you can dress Slavoj up as the Joker, Uma Thurman from Kill Bill, and a castaway, and take him for a stroll on a Georges Seurat beach.

I think Slavoj would really like that.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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