We admit that this meme is a little…uninteresting, but we can bet that most people have come across a situation like this one. You write an entire email that has everything the person needs, but some of it gets lost in the shuffle.
The person responds, asking for information that is present, and all you can do without suddenly being sent to HR is send another email. The paragon path would be to simply reiterate the information, but the renegade path is always fun – tell them that the information is present in the initial email, and make them work for it.
It's a Pretty Good Movie
The first Avengers movie was an incredible event. It brought together superheroes that we knew and loved (and also Bruce Banner) and gave them an incredible danger to fight off as a unified team. The jokes were on point, the action was great, the acting was amazing, and it was a non-stop ride from start to finish to wrap up the first phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It's the kind of film that people can, and clearly do, watch over and over until they can close their eyes and see the whole thing in its two-hour and twenty-three-minute entirety.
Loose Lips Sink Ships
What a good guy. Doctor Strange watched the last movie of the Avengers that many times (or something like that) and couldn't tell a soul, because then it wouldn't have happened. It wouldn't have meant as much to anybody that he told.
We're long past the spoiler territory for “Avengers: Endgame,” but there will always be more big movie events where it's best to keep your mouth shut until you're sure that everybody has seen it all. Just imagine if you had gotten a twist from a new "Star Wars" movie spoiled, or if someone spoiled the end of “Smile” or something like that. Well, there goes wanting to see that movie.
Give Us Your Best Tune
Sam Wilson – once known as the Falcon, now going by Captain America – doesn't seem like the kind of guy that likes to get up in front of a crowd and belt out a tune. Shows what we know, since we see here Sam Wilson handling the mic like a pro.
What is he singing, we wonder? Something from Michael Jackson or Prince? Maybe a golden oldie? He seems like a guy that would be interested in the golden age of rock and roll. Elvis or something like that. But who knows, maybe he's singing Soilwork in his spare time.
Give Him One for Me
It's nice to get a leg up on someone that feels superior, but doing so in such an underhanded manner, like Captain America is doing here, won't help you make any friends. This is the kind of thing you get out of your system by the time you reach high school.
If anybody tries to pull this one on you, you roll your eyes and walk away to go talk to an adult. He might think he's gotten the better of you, but maybe one day, he'll realize that he was being an idiot and all those punches to the stomach were well-earned.