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Why I’ll be seeing Avengers. Probably a few times… Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Renner, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo

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    tiki god

    Mark Ruffalo makes your heart go a putter?

    no batman?


    And of course, when you tell a feminazi that male characters in comics are as objectified as female ones because they’re all tall, musclebound guys with perfect hair and teeth, they invariably replay: “but that’s totally not the same because musclebound guys are a male power fantasy, not a female idealization! Women’s ideal man is a sweet, nice, funny, emotive guy, not a musclebound Adonis!”

    Yeah. Right.


    This guys represent what your average healthy male can achieve in 1-3 years of heavy free weight training. With the 2 years applying to 70% and the 1-2 \ 2-3 years to the very talented, or the slightly obese and untalented.


    Been at it 2 years now, and beside somewhat higher body fat I think I’ll be able to have the Chris Evans bod in 6-9 months 🙂 Shame I’m 28 now instead of 23 or IMO it would be a 2 year job.


    Cobie Smulders and Scarlett Johansson are in it… but I saw it for Joss Whedon.


    And as per Whedon rule #5…. 2/3rds of the way through the movie a major character is implaed.

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