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22 Responses to “Watch a three-year-old get Spider-Man for Christmas”

  1. Boundegar says:

    I am opposed to human trafficking.

  2. eldritch says:

    @Boundegar – Spydermens are iraqneds, not hyoomuns. :P

  3. Brainspore says:

    Good thing he didn’t ask for the Incredible Hulk.

  4. Jeffrey Duckworth says:

    What does a Spider Man eat?

  5. Sorry to rain on everyone’s parade, but that’s not Santa.  The real Santa doesn’t have an Ontarian accent.  (though to be honest, the accent makes for some nice “ho ho ho”s)

    • mccrum says:

      Neither does Spiderman, eh.  He’s from Queens.  And you’re not raining on our parade.  Just the parade of A SMALL CHILD WHO JUST WANTED TO MEET SPIDERMAN.

  6. Ladyfingers says:

    I sincerely miss being able to have my wildest fantasies realised by people in shoddy costumes.

    Yes, yes, smutty implication, but really, imagine being able to believe once again that someone merely sporting a polyester beard was Father Christmas.

  7. Ladyfingers says:

    Incidentally, that kid got a better deal than these ones: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb3txW1p1D8

  8. Alex Rains says:

    That video was incredibly underwhelming. 

  9. Pobol Pobotrol says:

    Spiderman is for life, not just for Christmas.

  10. steve849 says:

    Pass on doing Santa’s bells.

  11. Marios P. says:

    who would have thought that those spiderman poses look much better on paper than in real life

  12. This is adorable. But did anyone else flash back to “Audition” when the kid started unwrapping Spidey? The way he was curled up in the paper reminded me of one of the film’s first scares.

  13. Marya says:

     Maybe I have ice in my heart,
    But how is that kid not spoiled?

  14. Greg Van Antwerp says:

    I, too, was underwhelmed.  Why was I expecting a kid bouncing off the walls with happiness? Or am I flashing back to my own deeply hidden disappointment with one xmas a long time ago…(*sniff*)

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