I just unrolled two Tina’s bean & cheese burritos and combined them to make Hyper Burrito, in case you’re wondering how I’m using my degree.
Captain Phillips + All Is Lost = Grumpy Old Seamen
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This is great and you guys need to get on this train immediately.
Anonymous asked: I think your song is rad, and you're an attractive musician that likes comic books - don't think you have much to feel bad about!
Oh I don’t feel bad, I’m just expressing frustration with my fellow comic/music/gaming enthusiasts. Though I thank you for your kind words of encouragement, Secret Admirer, and I’m glad you found my song sufficiently toe-tappin’.
Why do some outsiders want to make other outsiders feel like outsiders?
#3. Comic Books
Comic fans are ruthless. The instant you say something about a character or storyline that they disagree with, they immediately do their very best to exclude you from the community. Girls get it the worst — a girl can’t wear an Aquaman T-shirt to any kind of nerdy gathering without getting accused of not being a true fan (whatever the hell that means) and being grilled with Aquaman trivia questions that no human being should be able to answer. (The correct answer to “If you’re such a big fan, then in what issue of Aquaman did we learn the name of Aquaman’s father?” is “Fuck you — Arthur, Prince of the Sea, belongs to everyone.”)
Seriously, Aquaman is rad.