Well, see, it’s complicated. ‘Cause when I first saw Ant-Man and The Wasp, I was in a good place. And I’m not talking about The Good Place. My girl just got a raise. And I was like, “Damn, girl, you earning even more money now?” And she’s like, “Yeah, I know. I thought we were going to be broke forever, but now, we’re flush!”. And I was like, “Damn, girl, you gotta take that money. ‘Cause we’ll spend that money. But you know what? I’ll spend.” And she says, “You know what? I’ll spend too. We’ll spend it all!”
Wait, hold on, hold on. Now I like a good story as much as the next person, but what does this have to do with what Ant-Man and the Wasp is like?
I’m getting there, I’m getting there.
Right, right, right, right. So anyway, this money goes to buying a cinema ticket for me and my girl and that’s when we saw Ant-Man and The Wasp. And the film was all like, “Look over here there’s tiny, small things.” And then the film was like, “You know what, look over here, there’s big things and really, really, really small things. And like, things that disappear. And ants too.”
But then you fast-forward and we’re all like enjoying the film together, right? And then she was like, “You know what, we’re going to spend and get these big leather chairs in the cinema every time!” Then I said, “With popcorn and fizzy drinks!” So we make a pact to spend all the new money on fancy tickets and snacks and forever watch fun films like Ant-Man and The Wasp and we were both like, “This is the bomb. Peace!”