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This ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ lawn decor will make you say, ‘I don’t feel so good’

Too soon!

 

Brittany Vincent

Internet Culture

Published Oct 29, 2018   Updated May 21, 2021, 2:57 am CDT

If you’ve seen Avengers: Infinity War, you likely came out of the film feeling understandably upset about some of the decisions made within the narrative.

It’s possible there are still many of you out there who haven’t actually seen the epic Marvel superhero flick, so if that’s the case you may want to turn away now.

Okay, so, for everyone else—we’re all familiar with the “I don’t feel so good” disintegration memes. The end of Infinity War saw so many characters die at the hands of Thanos that we practically lost count. Even our precious Spidey! How could you take Spidey from us? Better yet, why would you want to recreate these traumatic moments for Halloween decorations?

As the story goes, per Twitter user @tasmen, a woman named Jill (@JillikinzSEA) decorates her yard for Halloween each year. This October, it’s a tableau of, well, Spider-Man fading away in Iron Man’s arms, the brutal scene ripped straight out of Avengers: Infinity War.

https://twitter.com/JillikinzSEA/status/1056951926225436672

There’s more to the Halloween scene than that, though. The entirety of Avengers: Infinity War could very well play out on the lawn Jill decorated, with an angsty Thanos made out of pumpkins in the middle of it all, and even a Captain America figure to the right. It’s genius, honestly.

But while the Halloween setup is clever and awesome (if a bit of a tearjerker for many), it’s also making folks feel very emotional.

https://twitter.com/curtisteve/status/1056543460155637761

https://twitter.com/AgentCarter_SSR/status/1056691391055781888

https://twitter.com/curtisteve/status/1056543460155637761

https://twitter.com/omgitsnadiaa/status/1056623185322487808

Some folks had some rather…interesting reactions to the setup.

But no matter how you feel personally about the decorations, we can all agree with this Twitter user that the setup was certainly inventive.

Still, though. RIP, Spidey…and everyone else who passed away in Infinity War.

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*First Published: Oct 29, 2018, 4:21 pm CDT