He could’ve just been bug with a moustache – isn’t that the de facto standard for opposites?
Unless he’s female. IRL the mustache is optional, but not allowed in Hollywood.
Too old for this SAHJ? Just what is % supposed to represent anyway?
I take it you’ve never seen Lethal Weapon.
I’ve seen Letha Weapons, does that count?
I bet he liked the Star Wars prequel trilogy as well…
To be a complete opposite, he would have to do the opposite of everything you do, backwards. So, basically the same.
I could likely imagine that my opposite would be exactly like me, seeing as I feel I cover an almost perfectly gray area…
My complete opposite would be skinny, dumb and NOT like beer! Or pie. Oh, and he’d be bald too. Lessee…what else? Single, an only child. And a woman. An un-funny, bald, skinny, dumb single woman.
Of pure energy.
Man mine would have a perfectly clean room and get jack squat done.
Apparently that makes me your opposite.
Mine would probably be a hyperactive dumbass.
Hey, you called?
Opposites attract, so my buddy would be my wife. Which gives me an idea for a buddy cop movie.
anybody remember Peter Blegvad’s “Leviathan” comic strip and the episode with the Anti-Bunny??
I spent most of this past weekend marathoning both the Die Hard and Lethal Weapon movies. Excellent timing on this strip.
Wow. For once, it’s not the last panel that leaves in pain from laughing too hard, it’s the second panel. More specifically, it’s the pose of the policebug lifting weights.
My opposite would be one of those alpha males who’re into sports and pink button downs. Or, most of the sales team at work.
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