Agent Z reporting in with a sucessful Phase 2 mission.
Though I hope On your Bag counts.
Well done, agent. We’ll certainly count it. — Agent Glyph
Looking back, the hashtag bracelet is an awful idea.
Agent Sunstroke here, constructed these little pieces the other evening for Operation On Your Sleve. Or your knuckles. Considering painting them, maybe.
Nicely done, agent. Agent Coulson would no doubt approve of the beauty and utility of this jewelry. — Agent Glyph
Good job, agent. A colorful message for your wrist. — Agent Glyph
Agent Truxi here, requesting permission to go live with a request to all agents who may be canvasing a certain gathering in Charlotte, NC this coming weekend. It’s another convention, Agents, and as you all know, conventions are an excellent place for getting the word out, as our man has more than likely been to a few. So as a follow-up to Operation: On Your Sleeve, R&D has created a simple-but-effective bit of wearable message.
These buttons will be available to any agents for as long as the supplies hold out (R&D doesn’t quite have the funding they used to after the Marshmallow Incident. Incidentally, for any agents involved in the betting pool, it took fifteen jumbo bags or mini-mallows and three hours). To obtain them, simply locate this agent:
who will be undercover as a malnourished, struggling artist, in the back corner (table 845, if my sources are reliable), and deliver the code: “It’ll be a nice day if it doesn’t rain.” (Additional codes include: “Ooh, can I have a button?” and, “I love Agent Coulson!”)
Good luck Agents, hope to contact you there.
Agent Truxi out.
Proceed with deployment, agent. Keep an eye out, members of the North Carolina branch. — Agent Glyph
Representing during Superhero Weekend at Legoland Florida!
Good work, agents. Our man is truly a superhero to be celebrated. — Agent Coulson
Worn proudly at all times. The world must know!
Fine work, agent. Keep representing the cause. — Agent Glyph
Agent Kingsley reporting. Have come in contact with no enemies during this phase, but rather met some very supportive civilians and one fellow agent, Agent Cleveland, who I must commend for her enthusiasm.
Good work, agent. Glad to hear of successful civilian encounters and agent meet-ups. — Agent Glyph
Agent Goldfish reporting in.
My unit - consisting of Agent Silverback, Agent Gutpunch, and myself - now have matching bracelets to showcase our dedication to the cause in accordance with Operation On Your Sleeve. Standing by for further orders.
Nicely done, agents. Matching messages are sure to draw attention — Agent Glyph