- Spider-Man: "You have a knack for getting yourself into trouble!"
- Mary Jane: "You have a knack for... saving my life... I'm gonna kiss your spider-mouth now..."
- — Spider-Man and a drunk Mary Jane[src]
Mary Jane Watson is a character appearing in Marvel Comics, created by Stan Lee and John Romita Sr. and first appearing in The Amazing Spider-Man #25, with her first official face reveal was in The Amazing Spider-Man #42. Initially set up by Aunt May as a blind date for Peter Parker, both formed a bond through the grief of losing Gwen Stacy, and she and Peter had an on-off relationship for years and eventually married.
Since then, she has gone on to become Spider-Man's main love interest and later his wife, as well as the most famous and prominent love interest of Peter Parker due to their long history. Mary Jane has been played by Kirsten Dunst in the Spider-Man trilogy directed by Sam Raimi.
In an alternate take on an iconic scene from 2002's Spider-Man, Spider-Man teases MJ that she has a knack for getting into trouble. A visibly intoxicated Mary Jane slurs out that Spider-Man has a knack for saving her life and tells him that she is going to be kissing his "spider-mouth". As she leans in, however, she suddenly vomits all over Spidey's face as he shrieks.
Peter and Mary Jane are sitting in bed together, cuddling and flirting. Mary Jane grabs Peter's cheek and leans in for a kiss, which suddenly makes Peter very aroused, much to his surprise. Peter tries to play this off as an odd side-effect of his Spider-senses. MJ brushes it off and touches his shoulder, prompting an embarrassed Peter to retreat under the covers. MJ rolls here eyes before her attention is brought to the form of her boyfriend's very visibly erect penis from under the covers, which she points out. Peter sits up and yells for his aunt.
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