The Star-Lord depicter receives a lot of warm wishes from his followers on Twitter and Evans doesn’t waste the chance to troll him on his birthday.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Chris Pratt celebrated his birthday on Thursday, June 21 and received a lot of warm wishes from his followers on Twitter. Fellow “The Avengers” star Chris Evans, a.k.a. Captain America depicter, chose to send his birthday wish for Pratt in a different way by posting a funny picture on his Twitter account.
The picture sees Evans’ dog, Dodger, relieving himself on a hydrant. The hydrant is unusual as it has Star-Lord’s famous mask painted on the top. Above the hydrant, there’s a yellow warning sign for dogs that says “Property of Star-Lord. Dogs beware!”
Along with the picture, Evans wrote his wish for Pratt in the caption. “Happy birthday @prattprattpratt from me and this giver of zero f**ks,” he said. “We hope you’re getting showered with affection today,” the actor hilariously added.
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) June 21, 2018
The tweet got over 18,170 retweets and 92,313 likes from other users. Evans’ dog even received praises from some users. “Dodger doing the work that is meant to be done,” one person wrote. “Dodger is a bada**, maybe he learnt that from his daddy,” another one praised.
Pratt, who turned 39 this year, responded to Evans’ troll on the same day. The actor took to Twitter and retweeted Evans’ tweet. “You’ll be hearing from my lawyer,” he hilariously captioned it.
You’ll be hearing from my lawyer. https://t.co/0ACzkyQhpG
— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) June 22, 2018
Evans was not the only fellow “Avengers” star who celebrated Pratt’s birthday. Zoe Saldana, who plays Star-Lord’s love interest Gamora in “Guardians of the Galaxy”, also tweeted a birthday wish for him. “Happy birthday to the one and only and only @prattprattpratt – you’re out of this world,” she tweeted.
The tweet was posted along with a picture of Pratt eating ice creams with a tyrannosaurus robot grinning behind him. She put birthday hats emojis on both of their heads.
— Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) June 21, 2018