Considering that half of all marriages end in divorce, a wedding anniversary is something to be celebrated. Out of the 7.5 billion people on the planet, including a lot of real jerks, you found that special someone who is your soulmate. Congratulations! Whether it's your silver anniversary, gold anniversary or vibranium anniversary, crack open the champagne and tell your partner how much you love them.
Actor Hugh Jackman recently celebrated 22 years of marriage with Australian actress and producer Deborra-Lee Furness. That's an impressive amount of time, and while Jackman is famous for playing the moody badass superhero Wolverine, he still has a soft side. On Twitter, he posted a sweet tribute to his wife, writing, "I believe in life we need to see and truly be seen by the most important people in our lives. Deb, from day one, we had that. 22 years later ... it only gets deeper. You and the kids are the greatest gift I will ever receive. I love you a gazillion times around the world." (Aww. I'm not crying. You're crying.)
Pretty great post, right? Wolverine cuts you with bionic adamantium claws, but Hugh Jackman cuts straight to your heart with his poetic words. (By the way, if you're married, feel free to rip off Jackman's caption for your anniversary. Just switch the names and numbers. Your partner probably won't notice.) In response to this heartwarming post, everyone on Twitter cried their eyes out - except Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds. he hilariously trolled Jackman, replying, "I gave this 3 months. Tops. I was wrong."
Reynolds has developed a huge following on social media, thanks to his hilarious, topical tweets. He's savagely trolled everyone from his wife, Blake Lively, to Superman actor Henry Cavill to Disney, the family friendly mega-corporation that now owns his R-rated Deadpool franchise. At times, it's hard to separate the actor from his wisecracking Deadpool persona. One again, everyone loved Reynolds' sassy response. One Twitter user joked that he was just trying to steal Jackman away from his wife.
I mean, I ship this couple, don't you?
This is the Ghost reboot I didn't know I wanted.
So far, Jackman hasn't responded. Either he found Reynolds' reply was as funny as we did, or he's running to Deadpool's house to tear him apart him apart with his bionic adamantium claws. Of course, Deadpool has a superhuman healing ability, so he can't be killed. And Wolverine has healing abilities as well, so that would be a pretty pointless battle. We're all agreed, then - the two superheroes should appear together in a Ghost reboot.
Well, I think most couples would agree, a sense of humor is essential to getting along over the years (or decades). So, Reynold's 'trolling' response was actually perfect.