If there is one superhero movie I never grow tired of, it would have to be Deadpool. I’m not just saying that because Ryan Reynolds is without a doubt one of the most hilarious and talented actors – it is also because the character of Deadpool is just so incredibly unique. He’s really his own special kind of superhero!
Now, we all can probably agree that Deadpool’s morals may be borderline silly… or crazy, depending on which way you look at it, but just like with The Avengers – there are some valuable life lessons that can be learned from our favorite merc with the mouth and his friends.
1. If you’re looking for a cool Super Villain Name, Turn to Household Products
I guess all the cool bad guys now-a-days get their nick names from Dish Soaps… so maybe next time I’m creating an original Cosplay, I’ll head to Walmart for some inspiration… oh how the TIDES will turn
2. Laundromat Friends make the Best Roommates
Why post an ad on Craigs List or some other roommate finder website when you can just head to your local Laundromat and meet a totally awesome and chill roomie who sets up all of your furniture for you?
….even if it is the IKEA brand.
3. If you’re looking to scare someone, channel your inner T-Rex
If you’re looking to put the scare into someone this year for Halloween, don’t even attempt to do your best horror villain impersonation… be a T-Rex. After all, all the dinosaurs feared the T-Rex.
4. Taxi Drivers are the Best Consultants/Side-Kicks
Why wait until the next class graduates from Sky High Academy when you can easily run out into the streets in the city and find your perfect Sidekick?
5. Always enter the room with a Superhero Landing
I mean, there really is no better way to make an entrance other than with a Superhero landing. I mean, yeah, it’s probably bad on your knees and all but that’s what massages and hot tubs are for, right!?
Plus, you look cool. #DeadpoolImpressed
I don’t know about all of you, but that article has got me seriously craving some chimichangas right about now!
Julia recently published her first novel, titled; Anomic. She is currently co-authoring a novel called ‘Snow Falls’. She has a B.A in Communications with concentrations in Professional Writing and Public Relations. She is also in the United States Army Reserves as a Military Police Officer, and is currently in the process of going back to school for her Masters Degree in Business. When she isn’t writing, she is co-owner of a film production studio called ‘Valentine Productions LLC’ and she frequently spends her weekends acting in films, or being a stuntwoman.