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After having my tuna canal pounded, he then proceeded to hammer my turd cutter. My quim was trembling like Micheal J. Fox licking a car battery. He munched on my vertical garden, even though I'd had the painters in for the best part of a week. With his wensleydale wand plowing deep into my frilling pink golf bag, the sensation of his timed slimer smashing my cervix made me quake like Micheal J. Fox licking a car battery. The feeling of his love mayonnaise haemorrhaging down my throat got my shrimp sap flowing quicker than snot off a whip.

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User avatar #1 - atrumaliger (03/17/2014) [+] (33 replies)
Both Spidy and Supes suffer from Survivors Guilt. Spider-man, because he's part of the reason his father-figure was killed (When he could have stopped the guy who did it easily. Instead, he decided to be petty), and that'll never leave him. How would YOU feel if you accidentally had your father murdered? He takes the responsibility onto himself instead of tossing it to anyone else, heading the final words of his uncle. With Great Power, after all.

As for Superman... He was forced to kill Zod. His cousin didn't appear for YEARS, and till then, he -was- alone. When she (And Powergirl) came along, he became much happier, though worried. After all, after the whole Zod fiasco, how could he trust others of his own kind? He barely trusted himself. However, he found them to be good people, who wanted to take up his way at life. So he was content. As for Gondor, the city in the bottle.. He hasn't found a way to unshrink them, and doesn't want their super powers to get in the way of a possible reversation he might find later on the road. Currently, he's not alone. But he's the only one who was raised with to morals of Earth, instead of Krypton.

Wolverine is a touchy subject. After all, if you're practically immortal (Hah. Practically.), and you can't remember anything about who you once were, aside from brief flashes of light and sound and smell and pain, wouldn't you be curious? Not just curious, but desperate for information? Although the X-men are his friends, his family, he's predisposed to leave anyone around him because danger and death follow him like a bad smell. He doesn't WANT to leave them as often as he does, but in his mind he has to. Not just to find out more of whom he once was, but to protect the ones he cares for now.

#5 - include (03/17/2014) [+] (6 replies)
#28 - mankey (03/17/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Yep, Deadpool doesn't have any issues.
#54 - bloater (03/17/2014) [+] (21 replies)
The Flash is the best super hero, debate me.
The Flash is the best super hero, debate me.
#43 - secretdestroyers (03/17/2014) [-]
Oh god, that description.
Oh god, that description.
#85 - willindor (03/17/2014) [+] (2 replies)
#41 - enochian (03/17/2014) [-]
That freaking description, man...
That freaking description, man...
#80 - nyanturtwig (03/17/2014) [-]
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#10 - mastercolossus (03/17/2014) [+] (1 reply)
his cancer is his regeneration so his body feels like it is continuously on fire.
one thing i want to see is tony star hiring him for a year of crime fighting.
User avatar #100 - RyanTheLeet (03/17/2014) [+] (3 replies)
People really shouldn't base their knowledge of super heroes on the movies and content posted here. Anyone who's actually picked up and read the Deadpool comics would know what a tragic person he is.
#104 to #100 - assturtle (03/17/2014) [-]
Yeah he just screams depression.
User avatar #25 - realreality (03/17/2014) [+] (2 replies)
The thing is that when you go through something similar to what there super heroes except Deadpool went through you start to answer questions that no one normal ever asks themselves.

Did my father and mother die because I had left the theater earlier?

If my parents died in a freak accident and the same thing happened happened to my uncle years later maybe bad things only happen to people who are close to me?

If I can't even remember my past, it must be because of something bad and how could I morally support the idea of having people around me if those events were to repeat/catch up to me?

I am the equivalent of a god and yet I was raised with simple moralistic guidelines how could I ever let anyone get close to me? because if I end up making a mistake once everything that I hold true and have been raised to believe in gets destroyed? and that's a risk I can not take.

And then there's Deadpool, a guy who even before becoming a super being was essentially a loner who had an idea of his capability but was still restricted by physical aspects such as fatigue or recovery. A real autodidact if you will, then he goes in for a surgery to rid himself from the limit caused by the human form and ends up getting super abilities as flames cover his body. This guy isn't just funny nor is he a complete psychopath ( not saying he's not a psychopath, just saying he's not a complete one) but he's in a constant state of excruciating pain and he numbs the pain by making jokes and talking to himself, all the while knowing the fact that he will never die and the pain will never go away even though the only thing he wants is a way out.
User avatar #77 - mrjunebug (03/17/2014) [+] (7 replies)
I don't know too much about Deadpool, so excuse me if I sound stupid. But is he a villain? Is he a hero? Is he evil-good? Or neutral-good? You know, like, what the **** ?
User avatar #78 to #77 - aproudpatriot (03/17/2014) [-]
He's what some people call an "anti-hero", which basically means he's morally grey. He's not good, he's not bad, he just does whatever he wants. The fact that he's a mercenary means that he usually just does whatever will get him the most money despite whoever it is that is paying him
#40 - itsmedumbass ONLINE (03/17/2014) [+] (1 reply)
That description
#53 - jonraytall (03/17/2014) [-]
May or may not have been a failed comedian, who may or may not have agreed to work with the Red Hood gang for finacial support. May or may not have had a loving supportive wife, who may or may not have been pregnant with his child, and may or may not have been killed in a terrible accident. May or may not have leaped into a vat of chemicals to escape Batman, which may or may not have resulted in his appearance being altered and a total loss of his sanity. And may or may not be truly aware of his own identity and origin.

"...N'oh, what the heck, I'll laugh anyway! HA HA HA HA HA HA HAAAAAAAA!"
#51 - finnishdude (03/17/2014) [-]
There's some weird **** going on the description
User avatar #9 - tylerneihoff (03/17/2014) [-]
So many inaccuracies in this post.
#93 - xspencerxxx (03/17/2014) [+] (4 replies)
the bat man one is inaccurate batman loves each robin like a son
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