Considering he's got a Star Trek shirt in a comic book store, this should have an "irony" or a "pot calling the kettle black" tag.
Perish the thought.
I thought one was required to wear a superhero shirt to the Comic Book Store?
He's right. You have to wear a Super-Villain shirt if you wanna look cool.
-He said, while wearing his Star Trek shirt.
At first I was like... what?Then I noticed the Star Trek shirt and lol'd.
Comic book stores feel like one of the few safe places I can wear a superhero t-shirt.
I thought just being in a comic book store made you a huge fuckin' dork.
What BETTER place is there to wear a superhero shirt? When I owned a comic book shop, I wore one every day, and if it was cold, I wore a superhero hoodie, as well. Everyone in my shop commented approvingly to anyone else wearing similar, and may I add, PROPER, attire.Sheesh, what's wrong with this guy?
Says the neckbeard.
He says, while holding a superhero comic book.
"Never wear the shirt of the band you're going to see at the concert" is an old rule, not sure if it applies to comic-books
You 'geek' people and your funny customs confuse me. I will continue to watch Big Bang Theory so I can learn more of your mysterious ways.
I make sure to always wear my super-hero shirts to the grocery store, and my broccoli shirts at work.
Is it like going to see a show and wearing a shirt of the band that is playing?