This is represented in fiction through the popular Marvel character, The Incredible Hulk.
While many are just waiting for puny Bruce Banner to transform into his mean, green alter-ego and do as the Hulk does, one little girl feels a little more strongly about the smashing he does.
Which, you know what?
We get it.
My 2 yr old daughter’s reaction to seeing the Hulk go bananas for the first time 😂 https://t.co/0lK0PbGWXi— Paddy Raff (@Paddy Raff) 1570614177.0
In the tweet above, Paddy Raff, an Irish comedian, shares a video of his two-year-old daughter's first experience with the Hulk.
Hearing her little voice just say "No!" over and over as she tries to stop the not-so-jolly green giant through the TV screen is too much for even the hardest heart.
Maybe if Hulk himself heard her, he would stop smashing.
@paddyraffcomedy It's like Bruce Banner's logical internal monologue when the Hulk takes over 😂 @MarkRuffalo— Lara Terry 💙 (@Lara Terry 💙) 1570616086.0
We had the EXACT SAME reaction. https://t.co/cYLoKXM5QI— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel Entertainment) 1570741198.0
@LouFerrigno Haha thanks Lou! I distinctly remember hiding behind the sofa watching you go on the rampage as the… https://t.co/CzkUO2isoG— Paddy Raff (@Paddy Raff) 1570814405.0
Luckily, the current Hulk himself did hear her!
Mark Ruffalo who plays Bruce Banner in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (When he's not too busy correcting British Prime Ministers about their metaphors) found the tweet and just had to respond.
Who wouldn't watch a movie with this scene in it?
The secret way of stopping Dr. Banner from turning into the Hulk 🤫💚 https://t.co/4ZuYG5nEgs— Mark Ruffalo (@Mark Ruffalo) 1570820460.0
Don't get me wrong, the Hulk is great. And seeing him go to town and destroy things? Super fun.
However watching a little girl tell him no and then go back to eating her snack? It's really too adorable to bear.
Maybe we can compromise and Marvel will make a little short with the Hulk meeting the 2-year-old. They've got enough money, they can throw it at something like that.
Until then, we can just watch this adorable clip.
@paddyraffcomedy @imnotbitterbut Aww this reminds me of my now 17 year old daughter, who watched the first Hulk fil… https://t.co/JAfvYt4Axy— 👤 (@👤) 1570712071.0
I just love her! 🤣🥰 https://t.co/UrPfhqiOhY— Erin Krakow (@Erin Krakow) 1570844287.0
@paddyraffcomedy @HeldinEU Love the way it only distracted her from the snacks for a few seconds ... she has her priorities right 😊— Susanita : 💙 (@Susanita : 💙) 1570700148.0
@paddyraffcomedy Frankly, a two year old following the Hulk around and sternly urging him to tidy up after himself… https://t.co/pwZFouQhRQ— Lissa Not Moving On Evans (@Lissa Not Moving On Evans) 1570711696.0
The internet obviously fell in love with this clip, but this is 2019. We can't have a video go viral without it becoming a way to relate or react to the world.
And honestly, this little girl is such a mood.
Me reloading the feed all day every day. https://t.co/qwYR6bhy1A— Kaitlin Menza (@Kaitlin Menza) 1570732279.0
@paddyraffcomedy *judgementally eats cheese ball*— ManInTheMoonIII (@ManInTheMoonIII) 1570717047.0
My guardian angel watching me ruin my own life: https://t.co/BarADEHlMz— Tyler (@Tyler) 1570894569.0
In case you were worried this toddler would never get along with the popular Avenger, don't worry.
She made sure to feed the whole team, Hulk included.
This was her this morning feeding her #Avengers breakfast 😂🥰 https://t.co/RtFhx0xulA— Paddy Raff (@Paddy Raff) 1570719229.0
With both Mark Ruffalo and Lou Ferrigno having seen their famous character told off, I guess we just need Edward Norton.
Anyone know how he'll react to being told to stop smashing?
Because of the film rights belonging to another studio, Mark Ruffalo's Hulk appears in only the films of other Marvel characters and Avengers' films.
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