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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Tough call, but I think you'll find he fits in most places.
    (I'd make room anyway )
    Here's a masculinity/femininity test:

    When you saw Iron Man in the theater (if you did), were you swooning over all the cars and bikes, or were you swooning over the guy in the Iron Man suit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Here's a masculinity/femininity test:

    When you saw Iron Man in the theater (if you did), were you swooning over all the cars and bikes, or were you swooning over the guy in the Iron Man suit?
    Nice.

    And here's the idiot test:

    Did you like the movie Iron Man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Here's a masculinity/femininity test:

    When you saw Iron Man in the theater (if you did), were you swooning over all the cars and bikes, or were you swooning over the guy in the Iron Man suit?
    I got super excited about the Iron Man suit itself (and had a weird impulse to build something after I'd seen the movie). What does that count for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Nice.

    And here's the idiot test:

    Did you like the movie Iron Man?
    Hell no. But the special effects were cool. A better question would be: Did you think Iron Man was a good movie, regardless of whether you liked or didn't like it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    I got super excited about the Iron Man suit itself (and had a weird impulse to build something after I'd seen the movie). What does that count for?
    I thought the suit was sort flashy in a good way.

    As far as liking the movie: I have seen enough really rotten adaptations of comic books, and this -- while having some logic farts in spots -- was still pretty faithful to the character/attitude of Tony Stark.

    There's been a lot worse put out there.

    So I enjoyed the movie, but would probably only give it a 3/5 or 3.5/5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I thought the suit was sort flashy in a good way.

    As far as liking the movie: I have seen enough really rotten adaptations of comic books, and this -- while having some logic farts in spots -- was still pretty faithful to the character/attitude of Tony Stark.

    There's been a lot worse put out there
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    So I enjoyed the movie, but would probably only give it a 3/5 or 3.5/5.
    Yeah, one need only remember Fantastic Four...number one and two.
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    Yay! another thread derail to add to my tally.
    Quote Originally Posted by jennifer
    Here's a masculinity/femininity test:

    When you saw Iron Man in the theater (if you did), were you swooning over all the cars and bikes, or were you swooning over the guy in the Iron Man suit
    Please! I don't swoon! I'm a bloke.

    There was some drooling involved tho'.
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    You mean my lower testosterone levels have a purpose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Yeah, one need only remember Fantastic Four...number one and two.

    *SCREAM*
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