Lonely (super) Heroes.

So you know the other day I posted some super hero awesomeness? Well, I found some more. I just found it such a contrast, especially to that one of the adult super heroes with their little kiddies. In that series you saw them in a different light, as parents, with roles and responsibilities, and someone little who relies on and looks up to them.

In another set of pictures, we see another side of Super Heroes we don’t really think about. Those moments of loneliness, when they are out their fighting against the entire universe – on their own. Maybe it’s not only lonliness, but maybe it’s also the solitude of being out their in a wide expanse of the universe.

Either way, I think it’s really cool.

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Of Men and Cufflinks

So I always have really liked a guy in cufflinks. A guy in a shirt is rather smart. But add in cufflinks, and it’s a total sealed deal! Greg bought his first cufflink-able shirt for our wedding – the only problem is that he doesn’t have any cufflinks (aside for those material, round, knobbly, ball ones – he borrowed a friends’ for the wedding). Him not having cufflinks is probably something I should remedy myself.

So I came across this link today of some cool cufflinks. Would you ever put your guy in some of these?

If I had my way…

If I had my nerdy/childhood-takes-the-better-of-me way, he’d be wearing cufflinks like these!

But I feel like these are more Greg’s vibe. Y’know, if we’re going unconventional and all.

He’s a superhero fan. Iron Man and Spiderman in particular.

And here are some other cufflinks which are cool enough to get a mention:

This is as far as Greg would be allowed to take part in any MOvembering.

As cool as these are, I feel I’d prefer my guy in more traditional, smart cufflinks. But you can’t deny they’re pretty cool 😉