If there is anyone who needs to be protected in the Marvel universe, there would be a good case for it being Aunt May. Endlessly kind, understanding, and often the individual keeping Peter Parker together in the toughest of times, it's hard to dislike the genuine woman she always is. So here is yet another detail that you can spot in Marvel's Spider-Man that will make you love her just that little bit more.
Comicbook spotted a Reddit post on the Marvel's Spider-Man subreddit that shows off a detail many of us would have missed when playing the game. Remember those messages that sometimes pop up? Yeah well, there is a particularly heart-warming interaction that has made us fall in love with Aunt May even more.
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Following the party that Feast puts on to celebrate her 5th anniversary working hard for the homelessness organisation, May messages: "THANK YOU FEAST_Shelter and MartinLi FOR MAKING ME FEEL SO SPECIAL TODAY. 5 YEARS HAS FLOWN BY!"
After a quick thank you from the shelter, Peter, like us, obviously thought that although the sentiment was lovely, the caps were just a touch too much. He responds "Congrats to the best role model anyone could ask for. But try to turn off those ALL CAPS, OK? Looks like you're shouting at everyone haha! #TechRookie".
May in turn responds, "i'm sorry about that i'm still learning! is this better?" and Peter says "Perfect". It's honestly such a cute interaction between the two characters and it makes us smile to see May take the caps lock comment a little far, eliminating all the capitals in her speech. Give me just a moment I think I'm tearing up, need my tissues after all that reminiscing.
Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment
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