so whens batman’s parent die from watching a spongebob movie?
from watching; as oppose to the mugging afterward?
Hmm, carry the four, multiply by two….2023
The moral–sticking out due to dress sense kills. Which is why Batman decided to run around in a cape, long underwear, tights, and a mask with pointy ears.
No, see, clearly it’s his version of “Come at me Bro!”
Only since he’s Batman, well, that usually doesn’t end well for the “Bro” in question…
Thing is, back then people actually dressed up for movies because of the tendency to dress up for theater carried over for a long time. Hell, people used to dress up to travel in airplanes.
Cookie old people.
Excuse me good sir or madam, but there is nothing inherently incorrect about needlessly dressing up, I for example insist on wearing a tie whenever I go to see a moving picture, or for any other reason (though I do also wear a tattered hat covered in geeky pins… so maybe I’m a bad example).
your what we call “hipsters”
Wearing a suit, tie, and fedora makes me a hipster?
No, they make you Neal Caffrey.
My understanding was that it was the “tattered hat covered in geeky pins,” that Sir Rat was so careful to point out also formed part of his attire that prompted the “hipster” comment.
…which, incidentally, lost a lot of its weight, given that Orange Pickles doesn’t know the difference between a possessive pronoun in the second person and a contracted version of “you are.”
Because its always important to wear your Sunday best whenever you are going to spend a lot of your time in a dark room while snacking on things like buttered popcorn, melting icecream and huge cups of sticky softdrinks…
I laughed for a full five minutes. Should I feel bad?
One of these days, this is going either going to get retconned into the Waynes seeing a stage show of Zorro or the dress clothes will get retconned out.
I know the Nolan movies at least moved it over to an opera show involving bats, so that seems to be a step in the right direction.
I guess they were watching Zorro, The Gay Blade. In a few decades, they be watching the one starring Puss In Boots.
“That night in the alley, kneeling in the blood of my parents, that’s when it happened. There was no sorrow, no guilt, no rage. There was only…the promise.
I would protect others from sharing my pain, from the evil that took my family from me. One day…I would invent the Business Casual look!”
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