How old was this kid?
That most be one proud father
I answered the door the other night in my Batman pajama pants and the pizza guy asked if I was Batgirl. I'd assumed he wasn't serious, but now that I think about it...
This site makes me cringe and laugh at the same time.
You sure that this one doesn't need the "Jerks" tag as well?
He is mad because his dad should have said,"hey, Bruce Wayne." Now his identity is out.
My friend's son wears a Batman costume and responds similarly when addressed as "Batman." My friend's son is four.
No, kid, YOU are the fucking idiot.And then the kid was a zombie.
I need to know the sound of his voice. Was it a shrill crackly teenager? Was it a silly little pre-teen. Or was it some oaf.
"I mean, jeez, dad! Batman's old n'stuff, he probably doesn't even listen to Green Day! YOU JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND ME!"
My 5yo says this kind of thing.
Well I guess it runs in the family then.
This is kind of weird. Maybe the dad was calling "Hey Batman!" the way one sees someone with the Eye of Thundera and cries, "Hey, ThunderCats!" in a tone of recognition and pride that he, too, is in on your little cultural reference. That's how I figured it, anyway.
Way to shatter your father's universe. Douche...
This one made me lol, and I don't even understand why it's funny.By the way, those of you with young kids who you say talk like this; you let them drop F-bombs?
Somewhere, this guy's father is explaining to his friends why his shirt says "your real dad".
This one is excellent!
I bet his father wonders why he was too cheap to get a condom that night.
And that man was Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker, douchetard.
So I was wearing my Batman t-shirtnear my so-called Dad He said, "Hey Batman!"Man, I'm not Batman, stupid!I'm an adult!I THREW IT ON THE GROUND
Well played, velony, well played!
My daughter went to a Halloween party last year as Wonder Woman. After the party, we stopped at the grocery store for a few things. Everyone called her Wonder Woman (except for the woman who thought she was Supergirl), and my daughter kept correcting them that she was not the *real* WW, that it was only a costume.Of course, my daughter is 4. (So I guess her and the guy above are probably around the same mental age.)
velony: If the son gets naked when his dad calls him Batman, I shudder what to think will happen if his dad calls him Robin!
Well, duh. If he was Batman, then his parents would be dead.