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Look, I won't sit here and say that I'm not a little weird, but this is just ... extra weird.
I can't imagine waking up and telling yourself that you're going to hang on the MBTA trains dressed as Spider-Man all day.
Having that conversation would be a tough one: "Mom, Dad, I'm heading out for the day to hangout on the train as Spider-Man, see you in six hours." Let alone that hanging upside down for this amount of time can't be good for you. I'm not a doctor, but I will go ahead and make the assumption that it's not good at all.
I know people are all about their comics and superheroes, but this is over the top.
The more I write this, the funnier I think it is. I'm playing out all the scenarios in my head of how the guy got up there, who he's texting, if his head hurts, where he got that suit, who this guy is in real life, does he have a girlfriend/boyfriend, do his friends know about this, does he sign autographs, does he come to birthday parties (I'm turning 27 soon), does he have student loans, can he save the MBTA from bankruptcy and terrible service? All these questions ran through my head. It’s clear this guy isn’t an amateur. He’s got experience, and guess what, I’ve got a lot of respect for that.