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#3 - qwacktastick
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(05/30/2012) [-]
#7 to #3 - ARandomSpoon
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(05/30/2012) [-]
Thats not even what Stark says, he said spangled outfit not skintight.
#20 to #7 - qwacktastick
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(05/31/2012) [-]
....its the same joke
#21 to #20 - ARandomSpoon
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(06/01/2012) [-]
Not really, Spangled doesn't mean the same thing as skintight.
#22 to #21 - qwacktastick
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(06/01/2012) [-]
oooh okay, so you used a slightly different adjective to describe his suit. That changes everything.
#23 to #22 - ARandomSpoon
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(06/12/2012) [-]
span·gle   [spang-guhl] noun, verb, span·gled, span·gling.
noun
1. small, thin, often circular piece of glittering metal or other material, used especially for decorating garments.

2.any small, bright drop, object, spot, or the like.

verb (used with object)
3.to decorate with spangles.

4.to sprinkle or stud with small, bright pieces, objects, spots, etc.

skin·tight   [skin-tahyt]
adjective
fitting almost as tightly as skin: skintight trousers.

Source: www.dictionary.com
Not only is spangled not an adjective, but a verb in the way that Stark uses it, but they aren't even slightly similar in meaning.
#25 to #23 - qwacktastick
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(06/12/2012) [-]
spangled is an adjective, adjectives are used to describe something. His suit is spangled. If he was using it as a verb it would be to spangle his suit. Adjectives are describing words, and verbs are actions. Go back to third grade.
#26 to #25 - ARandomSpoon
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(06/13/2012) [-]
Spangled is the past tense of to spangle... And you say I'm the one that needs to go back to third grade....
#27 to #26 - qwacktastick
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(06/13/2012) [-]
No, if you're saying, "it's a spangled suit", you're describing the suit as spangled. Therefore, you're using spangled as a word to describe the suit. Therefore you're using it as an adjective.
#28 to #27 - ARandomSpoon
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(06/14/2012) [-]
He is using the action to spangle in a past tense to describe what was done to the suit, thus making it a verb used in place of an adjective
#29 to #28 - qwacktastick
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(06/14/2012) [-]
Okay, obviously this is going nowhere. The point is that the joke is the same no matter what word you use to describe the suit. The joke is that Captain America says that Stark is all about style, and Stark retorts that he has a flashy suit. It's the same joke, all it is is paraphrased.
#24 to #23 - qwacktastick
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(06/12/2012) [-]
It's the same ******* joke, no matter what slightly different words you use, it's the same joke. Just stop trying.
#4 to #3 - robinka
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(05/30/2012) [-]
funny thing is that i really missed this scene