Friday, May 15, 2009

My action figure


We went to go see the new X-men movie tonight - I was disappointed, because they're usually fun, and this was more violent than anything.

Mr RK complains: "It was only eye candy for girls! There wasn't what's-her-name in blue paint!" (I might edit, eye candy for heterosexual girls...and he is referring to Rebecca Romijn, who played Mystique in the other X-men movies.)

I love comic book characters, action figures, and movies, even though I never read actual comics. When I was a kid, instead of collecting dolls, I collected action figures. Needless to say, my parents got a lot of lectures about how it wasn't "ladylike" for me to do that...and my parents, to their credit, essentially told people to fuck off. Not exactly in those words - this was Minnesota in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

So check it out... I LOVE this action figure, because it looks like me! My arms aren't quite that muscular, thankfully..."If they were," says Mr RK, "you would scare me."

So wish me superwoman strength for our event Sunday...I was going to post a picture of someone wearing the shirt to see if YOU would wear it, but Mr RK said, "If you do that, you will no longer be anonymous! Someone can Google your city, the name of your workplace, the name of the walk...and find you."

Translation: I would no longer have anonymous breasts, either ;)

(If you want to see the picture with the shirt, let me know and I will e-mail it to you.)

14 comments:

pheromone girl said...

Hellloooooo. I'll show you my picture if you show me yours!

I love it that you have an action figure. Can I have one??? Who would I be?

Fireblossom said...

Anonymous breasts are extremely important.

Both of mine have joined Breasts Anonymous and entered the federal witness protection program.

LL Cool Joe said...

If I ask to see the shirt, is that like me asking to see your breasts???

I'd erm like to see the shirt please. Don't worry, breasts don't do anything for me but damn those muscular arms on that action figue do! :) :D

Scarlet said...

Now who doesn't want to see that pic?

Another pic I'd like to see...Pheromone Girl with the red hair she claims she has.

My In Box will be waiting.

(Damn, that sounds perverted!) lol

themom said...

That looks like a Madonna outfit. My grandson now has me "loving" the X-men. My son painted a gorgeous Wolverine picture in '95, and gave it to my grandson. You'd think he hit the lottery.

Shionge said...

Yoooohoooo.....this is so cool RK and ya, me not into dolls too ;)

Yes I would love to see the picture ;)

Riot Kitty said...

hahahaha everybody! Fireblossom, how do I enter them into the witness protection program? :)

Aliceson said...

Super musular arms on women scare me a little . Good luck tomorrow! and thank you for all of your kind words this week, it means so much to me that people I have never even met face to face care so much about me and my sick child. :)

Grandpa Eddie said...

Action figures are cool! I wish I still had all the ones I used to have.

The T-shirt pic would be cool to see, as long as it's not a problem.

Sidhe said...

Awesome action figure!!! Great arms and (I'm sure) great breasts! Good luck with the event! YAY!

Phil said...

You know of course that now you have to get an outfit like that, take a pic of yourself in it, and post it to your blog.

politicalmorsels.com said...

I'm waiting until the movie comes out on DVD. Just doesn't seem to be theater quality... well, not for me at least. Now when UP comes out, I will venture to the theater for that one! and no, I don't care if it's supposed to be geared for children.

I'd love to see the pic, but I'm not posting my email address on here.

JLee said...

Eye candy for women? What the heck is wrong with that?? lol
I dressed up as Storm from Xmen (Hallie Berry) one Halloween. It was awesome...

Granny Annie said...

My action figures are all farm animals. (Does that sound wrong?)