March 20, 2012

After waiting patiently for her Dad to finish looking at comics...

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  1. Don't mess with her. She's got Wolverine claws.

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  2. Hey, she gave him a chance. Now it's time to go to the Sanrio store.

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  3. You forgot "It's True" as a tag.

    Your store does seem to make a lot of people crazy...

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  4. This has to be simultaneously the most adorable and funniest one I've seen in a long while. XD

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    1. Yeah, I was thinking that too, I just want to smush her little face.

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  5. Looking at the pic, it does seem to make her crazy.

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  6. It's never too late to leave em at the hospital.

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  7. I say that every time I'm in my LCS.

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  8. I don't know why, but I hear this kid in a cute southern drawl.

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    1. Alex the Too Old3/21/2012 1:54 PM

      Oh man, now that you said that, I'm imagining her with a voice very similar to Texas Ranger, the younger kid in "Talladega Nights". If her dad doesn't get her out of there soon, she's gonna come at him like a spider monkey...

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  9. Aw, she hates Spiderman. How cute!

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    1. Yay! I'm cute too!

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    2. I hate "Spiderman" too, but love "Spider-Man".
      I would think this would be one of the few places on the web that people actually spelled characters names correctly...

      Anyway, this is adorkable.

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    3. No, but it is one of the many, many places on the web you can find an overwhelming helping of pretentiousness.

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    4. See above.

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  10. She must be on her period.

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  11. According to this site, your store has one crazy fan or hobo a day at least. I could see how that might drive a small child insane...

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  12. I hear you, kid. I don't like Dan Slott's "Spidey-Man" either.

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  13. Totally the opposite of my kid. Mine is more like the one you drew where the boy looked like he was in shock because there were more comics for him to read!

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  14. Was the girl who said this at Hub Comics in Union Square, Somerville? Because it sounds precisely like something my daughter would say, and we were there regularly last summer.

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