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Posts tagged ‘spiderman’

When? 2472. What? A Conversation.

I don’t think I found it but … It’s too weird to just dismiss.

What is it?

It’s something called ‘Spider Man.’

Some creature that was half man, half spider? Sure, sure! That could’ve caused the downfall of civilization!

No, uh … I think it’s just a bunch of movies.

Oh. A horror movie about a half spider, half man? Whatever. They made a lot of terrible movies in their heyday.

No, listen. Listen. There were a BUNCH.

Again. That’s nothing. They made movies that seemed really –

LISTEN! 2002, Spider-Man. 2004, Spider-Man 2, 2007 Spider-Man 3!

Well –

LISTEN! 2012, The Amazing Spider-Man, 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Now that is –

Wait. There’s more. Apparently he was then in a Civil War, and then in 2017, Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Seven movies in 15 years? That actor must have gotten so –

Three actors.

Seven movies. 15 years. Three actors? None of that makes sense!

EXACTLY!

I doubt it caused the Earth to blow up, but … I mean, that is weird. Maybe that’s what signaled when intelligence just kinda stopped.

I still think it was 2020, so many bad jokes led to the collective consciousness resigning.

Yeah, could be.

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Picture from here, post aside, I’m looking forward to the next spidey flick.

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Houston Comic Con Photos

Houston Comic Con

Her cheerleader shirt thing said “Sith” … Everyone needs moral support?

 

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Houston Comic Con

I made jokes about paying five dollars to play the part of Godzilla … MWAH HA HA!

 

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Houston Comic Con

So … these guys. They had a friend who kept playing Mario sound effects. Cool, right? NOPE. We stood right in front of them in an hour+ long line to get in.
On the plus/horrible/plus again side … they had worked out a dance routine (Gangnam style stuff).

 

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Even super heroes need a break, OK!?

 

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Oh, this guy. He was by my friends and I in line. He loooooved the ladies in costumes.
My favorite? “She’s hot … I bet she’s also hot without her clothes on.”
Runner up: “I’ll give you 20 bucks to ask for her number? … No? Will you give me 20 bucks to do it?”

 

 

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Waiting for a costume contest.

Attn: Ellen (2/9/11)

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Back (apologies for my handwriting!)

The text of the postcard is:

Dear Ellen,

I hope your Valentine’s is as romantic as Spiderman is awesome.

Oh wait. That’s impossible.

Sincerely,
GetBradStanleyPublished.com

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