With so many different characters and so many characters that run the gamut of character types, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has plenty of gags like this one to enjoy.
Relive the fun of telling your grandfather stories he’s already heard a hundred times, trying to pretend you didn’t hear that comment your aunt said, and making sure that your sister doesn’t have access to any cutlery once the sun goes down, just by watching all these superhero movies. But hey, your cousin seems to be doing a lot better, even if he does seem to be greener.
He Has Something to Fight For
While saying that Thanos was a little squishy baby during the first Avengers movie probably isn't all that true, the rest of the meme seems to be very correct. When he has all six stones, he knows he's practically invincible.
However, when he knows his victory is that close and all he has to do is get a bunch of shiny rocks, he really turns on the jets. That fight at the end of “Endgame” really shows us why this guy was going through the galaxy and just wrecking shop on every planet he landed.
We All Must Make Sacrifices
“Endgame” wasn't just considered one of the best film experiences ever – it also became one of the highest-grossing films ever. As we can see from this goof, there were people out there who were prepared to do it all when it came to making sure “Avatar” fell to number two.
Amazingly, it didn't actually reach it – it fell what appears to be about a hundred and twenty-four million dollars short once all the dust had settled. We're kind of amazed. Yeah, “Avatar” was fun to look at, but it's not a very good movie. “Endgame” was so much better in almost all regards. Maybe people were already getting sick of superhero movies.
Goodbye, Old Friend
If you've spent enough time on video games, you've probably come across this once or twice. Maybe it was “Dark Souls,” maybe it was “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” or maybe it was even “The Last Remnant.” But, one way or another, your job is done. All the special weapons collected, all the secret bosses defeated, and everything else accomplished.
One hundred percent achievements – even the special ones that the internet came up with. There's nothing left. You have to be content with a job well done. Just like how Thanos...killed half the galaxy. Look, it's not a perfect analogy.
He's a Man of Many Moods
We all know that Gordon Ramsay has a specific kind of show that he likes to make. He's angry about how bad your food is, and he's going to tell you all about it. That's how a lot of them go, anyway. When he's dealing with kids, he tends to be a lot gentler. They're just a bunch of kids, he's not going to yell at them.
Also, it turns out that he doesn't scream nearly as much in the British versions of his shows. Why not? Do people think that other countries love screaming? Why don't we get to see Ramsay be a sweet, tender chef with adults?