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    All I Care About Today Is Leslie Jones Live-Tweeting Her Reactions To "Avengers: Infinity War"

    "Now, don’t judge, but I would have dated Thanos in my 20s!"

    Leslie Jones is, without a doubt, one of the funniest human beings alive right now.

    While she's widely known for her role on Saturday Night Live, some of her best comedic work is actually done on her Twitter account, where she is the ultimate relatable fan about all things pop culture.

    Her hilariously candid tweet reactions cover pretty much everything that matters, ranging from Game of Thrones to the Olympics to fashion week.

    And the most recent addition to her Pulitzer-worthy live-tweeting sessions is the Marvel Studios masterpiece, Avengers: Infinity War.

    Seriously, if she isn't ALL OF US watching this for the first time, I honestly don't know who is. Who among us didn't need a break when sitting through it the first time?

    I think she's referring to Vision here? But great question because who really IS that guy???

    Plus, her appreciation for Tony Stark's new suit is top notch.

    Man I love superhero movies. Had a blue and light blue cape in six grade moms made it for a parade but I wore it way past the parade. https://t.co/mEMAwkpw6o

    Leslie Jones / Via Twitter: @Lesdoggg

    As well as her appreciation for Captain America's...everything else but his suit.

    Leslie Jones / Via Twitter: @Lesdoggg

    "Captain America, you are fine as fuck!" —Leslie, speaking for every human person with a pulse, TBH.

    Even Captain America himself, Chris Evans, loved her genuine reactions to his appearance!

    What’s truly shocking is that this is EXACTLY what @Paul_Bettany says to me every time I enter a room. Verbatim. https://t.co/1j4pNcOQWT

    Chris Evans / Via Twitter: @ChrisEvans

    However, towards the end of the night, Leslie began to get a little overwhelmed by all of the characters, so she decided to save the rest of the movie for later...

    ...Which resulted in this ominous exchange.

    In short, I do not understand how Hollywood has not EXCLUSIVELY hired Leslie Jones to do all of their commentary content. Director's commentary is cool and all, but Leslie's commentary? Priceless.