Action Heroes Hilariously Replace Guns With a Thumbs Up


What if all the gun-toting action heroes in films replaced their artillery with an enthusiastic thumbs up? The single topic blog Thumbs & Ammo shows us all exactly what that would look like by substituting threatening firearms with a gesture of approval. The blog’s driving force is that “Real tough guys don’t need guns, they just need a positive, can-do attitude.”

Instead of wreaking havoc, the weapon-wielding warriors are humorously given a change in attitude and transformed into a version of themselves that, funny enough, resembles the Fonz saying “Ayyy.” Now, Scarface‘s Tony Montana’s “little friend” is just his two thumbs up sending a message of encouragement. In this newly realized world, the dapper James Bond is a globe-trotting professional supporter, going door to door to tell you that you’re doing a good job. The days of menacing shootouts are long gone and the only reinforcements these guys will be relying on is positive reinforcement!














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