May 10, 2011

To his mother...

This kid was probably 13 and the shrieking and crying fit that
followed his mom's answer of 'NO' was truly hilarious.

14 comments:

  1. I'm having flashbacks to my 13 year old self.
    I wish i could travel back in time and kick my stupid ass.

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  2. Anonymous - Unless your 13-year-old self was wearing that t-shirt. Then you'd never dare.

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  3. Did anyone else read that in Cartman's voice?

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  4. He doesn't need the shirt. He needs an asskicking from a ten year old girl. Which is probably a daily occurrence.

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  5. Considering the attitude that kid would have if he was wearing the shirt, Mom was basically protecting her kid from a massive beat-down.

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  6. 13 and still throwing fits. who's punishing who here?

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  7. You have a shirt that makes people fear the wearer? Wow. Could you send me one?

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  8. Punisher Shirt is the best way to spot a pretend badass. I once had a 19 year old kid on my old build crew for RF infrastructure in San Diego, he had half a dozen Punisher shirts, had never read the comic except for the Eminem issue but had seen the movies a dozen times. He was 5'8" and 115 lbs, thought he was a biker. Seriously had no idea why corporate had hired him. Kid tried to act badass to a few of the older guys I had on my build team, they zip tied him to a scissor lift and left him up in the rafters of a warehouse over night.

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  9. @Pro- That is truly funny.

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  10. I'm so damn scared of that kid right now. It's not even fit.

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  11. Someone should video that kid getting beat up by DC fans for wearing a Punisher shirt.

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  12. Why didn't Bruce Wayne thought of that.

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  13. During Comic Con in San Diego, some ass ripped one of my gift bags (thankfully empty) off my arm and ran away. I had to describe him as a wispy white boy in a Punisher t-shirt. Needless to say, they didn't catch him.

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  14. Hey kid-- we're *already* afraid. For your mother's sanity and public dignity, that is...

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