December 26, 2011

Regarding TEEN TITANS while shopping with her teenage son...

22 comments:

  1. I respect this one.

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  2. ... I'd try to argue with her but It was a piece of shit back then so I really can't.

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  3. I need to bookmark this one for next year's framed print.

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  4. As someone who was a teenager just a few years ago I can't help but agree.

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  5. This one speaks the truth.

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  6. It's funny because it's true.

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  7. Thanks, Mom. I won't be smoking and drinking before I'm 16 at all with an attitude like that.

    What a bitch. She's more lazy and horrible than 99% of the teenagers out there. Her poor kids.

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  8. @Moggy: Over-reaction much? I'm pretty sure she was exaggerating for the sake of humor. Of course, that's only because the drawing depicts her as smiling while she says it and she doesn't look as much like trailer trash as most of the other drawings here.

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  9. Moggy sounds like a horrible and lazy teenager.

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  10. Awww Mom! You're embarassing me in front of the comic book shop owner... again!

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  11. This is a great one. :-)

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  12. Well, Superman did say that he wished more kids were like Wally West, one of the founders of the Teen Titans. Back when there was a Wally West, I mean.

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  13. This. Is. Truth.

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  14. My mother never step foot in a comic book store.

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  15. Like someone said above, this needs to be framed, on a wall. It's so very very true. Well, I wasn't horrible as a teen. Just horribly lazy.

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  16. But but but children are the future!
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    ...oh god no

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  17. Heh, I love that woman.
    As someone who has to use public transit right after school and has to endure there teenagers who act like a horde of lobotomized, rabid baboons, I cannot help but welcome those true words of wisdom!

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  18. This woman would probably laugh if she saw Kate Beaton's Mystery Solving Teens.

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  19. She needs an award.

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  20. This is a keeper. I actually said, "HA!" out loud, my teenager said, "What's so funny?" from the other room.

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  21. "Moggy sounds like a horrible and lazy teenager"

    Exactly what I was thinking! Lmao!

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  22. "My super power is super-dubstep, yo."

    "Yeah well, my super power is I made a fat girl kill herself on Facebook once."

    "Cool... let's make, like, a super team."

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