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If you take King of the Hill co-creator Mike Judge at his word, NFTs might be even more valuable than propane.

On Sunday evening, Judge shared his latest creation with the world: a set of four non-fungible tokens. Styled on the likes of the groundbreaking CryptoPunks project, Judge’s entry into the burgeoning crypto-adjacent bubble came as four pixel images of King of the Hill characters Hank Hill, Dale Gribble, Bill Dauterive, and Boomhauer.

And let me tell you, these babies are priced to sell.

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“This NFT will be available soon for six trillion dollars,” wrote Judge. “Each. Or you can buy all four for twenty trillion. They’re worth every penny.”

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Judge was of course joking.

Poking fun at both the absurd valuation of non-fungible tokens like CryptoPunks, and perhaps the fact that Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland released his own NFTs earlier this year, Judge’s tweet followed a long career of satire aimed at the tech set.

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Somehow, we think Hank Hill would approve.