#ThrowbackThursday Would Gladly Share a Beer With Jeremy Renner

Because we know some people won’t.

Even though he’s been in quite a few very notable films over the years, I assumed the first movie I’d ever seen Jeremy Renner in was The Avengers, but it turns out the ACTUAL first movie I saw him in was National Lampoon’s Senior Trip.

I actually own a VHS copy of this movie.  Yes, VHS.  I bought it back in 1997 or 1998, I’m not 100% sure, but I am sure of this…

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Clint Barton in ’90s grunge finest was a hottie even back then.

Before Jeremy Renner was the Avenger known for his razor-sharp vision and his acuity with arrows, he was making movies like this, and yes, starring in commercials.  Today’s Throwback Thursday (from 1998) stars a younger Renner (though older than he was in this movie), as a guy who just wants some Bud Light.

And he has a “friend” who is getting in the way of that wanting.

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Twice.

And when you click play, you can see exactly what The Human Struggle entails when you’re a thirsty man.

Twice.

You know, when you allow someone to snub you like this, you wind up eventually becoming that Avenger no one clamors for. Except me.  I love Hawkeye. All you other girls can get lost.

Oh well, Flashback Friday will return tomorrow, and hopefully, no one is getting snubbed.

We’ll aspire for so much.

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Evil friend.

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It’s called sharing, Evil Friend!

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