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Rules for Comicon

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Ok, Comicon 2016 is in the books, and it wasn’t without a few hiccups, but overall I still say it’s an extremely well run operation, especially considering its size and scope. While I was there I made a few notes on how people could help Comicon be even BETTER than it already is. These were released last Thursday, via Twitter. Here they are all in one spot for your viewing pleasure.

Do you have any to add? Please leave them in the comments.


Rules for Comicon: If you’re going to send out tweets with a hashtag, use the correct one! Hanging my head in shame. #PHXCC

Rules for Comicon: Don’t just stop, step aside first.

Rules for Comicon: Don’t intentionally terrorize small children.

Rules for Comicon: Stare all you want, but ask before you take a picture.

Rules for Comicon: Quit trying to figure out what everyone is supposed to be. This includes gender.

Rules for Comicon: Like something you see? Pay a sincere compliment.

Rules for Comicon: Appreciate how clean the restrooms are.

Rules for Comicon: Avoid bringing the double stroller if you can.

Rules for Comicon: Lighten up and be friendly. People are here to have fun.

Rules for Comicon: Don’t walk and text (or tweet). You’re not as good at it as you think you are.

Rules for Comicon: Prepare to be seen. Yes, I just saw you cute girl with the faded blue hair who graduated with my son.


Come to think of it, these aren’t just good rules for Comicon, they’re good rules for life! Well, except for the staring one. You should probably try to avoid staring in real life. It makes people uncomfortable, just in case you weren’t sure.

Author: BulgingButtons

I'm a middle aged woman doing the things that middle aged women do and trying not to beat myself up. I'm living the life I choose with the man I love, the grown up son who impresses me all the time, and the most adorable pup ever rescued from the euthanasia list. We live in the heat of the Southwest, where I regularly sweat through my Lane Bryant bras.

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