But so so funny.
Ca c’est…. qu’est que c’est la mot en Francais pour Completely Bloody Weird?
I do not understand.
Never change, Wade.
My old nemesis Deadpool, destroying comic cons one taco at a time.
And the Internet throws the mic down and walks away.
OH GOD WHYYYYYYYYYY
Never change, Deadpool.
Wait, so is that guy wearing a Pedobear mask and oh now I get it
(takes chemical shower)
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RED WIRE OR THE BLUE WIRE?!?!!???? OMG
Oh, D-Piddy, you naughty boy. I’m assuming that this is the last thing he did before he switched to his black Spider-Man costume, so he could dodge the cops. xD
Speaking of Deadpool, y’all should go read the latest Avengers + X-Men featuring a team-up between Deadpool and Hawkeye written by Dr. McNinja’s Chris Hastings. They shoot pirates with trick arrows. It’s pretty rad.
Kai, is that the one where Deadpool uses the Hulk Hand arrows?
“Never change, Wade.”
This is also my motto for walking in to the ocean while shitting myself.
Is this is a tacit endorsement of these casual pedophilia jokes spreading throughout the Internet? Tasteless.
It’s hard to communicate what is or is not sarcasm via text, so let me be clear: I’m not being sarcastic. A person walking around dressed as an ostensible reference to the Pedobear should be corrected (if he didn’t intend or understand the reference) or confronted.
Sexual abuse of children is a real problem worldwide. Sexualization of minors is a real problem in the realms of geekdom with which this blog’s readership interacts.
If Mr. Seavey is going to be consistent, I hope he speaks out about this. Pedobear jokes are like prison rape jokes — they trivialize a real problem.
Pedobear? i dont know what that is…off to google…which goes to wiki….oh a 4chan thing.
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