This is when you go after Stacy’s mom. She got it going on
@seeUpee, I miss Stacy’s daughter
@seeUpee, as a guy with a neighbor named Stacy and her mom certainly has it going on, I can confirm
@seeUpee, ever considered the possibility that Stacy’s mom is Jesse’s girl?
@Funnyman6, 😮😮😮😮😮 mind = blown
@Funnyman6, my buddies name is Jesse and he just got engaged to a girl named Stacey.i know 2 songs that I'm requesting at the wedding!!
It's a popular backstory because most superheroes were written back when people stayed married.
@Harvester, also failing to protect a loved one is a very strong motivation for becoming a hero
@Harvester, only because being divorced was seen as scandalous. Also being a single woman raising a kid was really shjtty in the 60s-80s (only using this time frame because my grandma raised my dad during that time). My grandma would literally do odd jobs for neighbors to make ends meet and my dad was bullied in school because he didnt have a present dad. So I personally think divorce being normalized is a good thing. If you are incredibly unhappy with you significant other (maybe they cheated on you or are abusive) then you should be able to leave without having it ruin your life.
@Runnin with scissors, they should normalize bearing the crap out of your grandfather until he gets his act together.
It's basically spiderman
What about the Thing? Bitch dropped the ring on the ground in front of him when she saw him after the accident
Every dude I know who's been divorced started hitting the bars, not the gym.
Now he becomes a villain
I mean scott antman is that exact thing
As someone who left his wife, I can tell you it is definitely funnier this way
That’s because in a divorce a woman kills a mans hopes and dreams and completely demoralizes him so he has no motivation to do anything except maybe try to fight the court system that allows and encourages the complete destruction and metaphorical rape of men by their ex wives