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  1. Daniellw

    Hi guys! Accidently left my pink batman bracelet at the gym today, if you happen to find it can you just put it aside for me please? Thanks! 🙂

    1. George Demetriou

      Danielle–I want your mind to be at ease. We found your bracelet. I hope you don’t mind, but after I closed the gym tonight I decided to wear your bracelet and fight crime. I must admit I didn’t care for the color of the bracelet, but it was so effective at keeping me safe. As I battled one bad guy after another I was impressed how your bracelet was able to redirect edged weapons and deflect bullets.

      Now I’m faced with a moral dilemma. I don’t believe I want to give it back. I believe the greater good is being served by my enhanced methods of protecting the citizens of the Greater Gotham area. Not to mention, and I’m sure you’ll agree, you have constructively “abandoned” the bracelet and I am the rightful heir under the “Finder’s Keepers, Losers Weepers” clause. There is a part of me that thinks I should return your bracelet to you simply because it’s yours. Of course, I will reconsider my position if you are able to convince me that you are indeed fighting crime at my crime-fighting level.

      I look forward to your response. In the meanwhile know, in your heart of hearts, that not a single bad guy, criminal, thug, doer-of-bad-acts, is safe as long as I have that pink bracelet. I thank you. The people of Gotham thank you. (Please read this in the raspy Christian Bale voice..thanks)


      1. Danielle


        My mind has never felt more at ease. Last night was the worst, I was not able to fight ANY crime, and I in fact felt my weakest without my pretty pretty pink batman bracelet and the power that comes with it. I was so feeble and frail, I stayed inside all night and cowered in the corner until my hopes and dreams were restored as I was told you found my bracelet (and thank goodness you did – could you imagine me trying to call Spiderman or Superman to admit my abandonment over the bracelet and that I needed help? NEVER). What surprises me most is your immediate connection with the bracelet and how quickly you adapted to its uses and it’s powers.. you know, I do need a Robin! 😉

  2. George

    Danielle–I’m glad your mind is at ease, but I’m afraid I can’t play second fiddle. I’m a loner, a rebel. Should you ever need help I’ll be there, but I can’t be your Robin.

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