Cole Sprouse Recites Creepy Poetry He Wrote As a Child

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Published on October 25, 2017

Cole Sprouse talks about how his Archie comics purity backfired on set, and recites a creepy poem he wrote to his mother as a child.

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20 comments

  • Lauren 1 year ago

    where’s your beanie, jughead?

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  • Bella Pearce 1 year ago

    *”I’d repeatedly stab them in the heart.” WOW Cole, lovely poem* 👌🤣

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  • allyson Burke 1 year ago

    His vocabulary is impeccable

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  • Sachi Arora 1 year ago

    Whatever helps u sleep at night 😂😂😂

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  • rose :- 1 year ago

    please tell me i wasn’t the only one that pictured kim rhodes when cole recited the poem about his mum

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  • Summer Sunshine 1 year ago

    He is everything!

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  • Mish Ka V 1 year ago

    I feel old now lol

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  • Angharad's Opinions 1 year ago

    I laughed so hard I cried

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  • Tom holland Edits 1 year ago

    Beauty

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  • ruoweii 1 year ago

    check out his twitter feed guys i’ve never seen such intelligence on a twitter feed before

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  • Kimberly Moses 1 year ago

    😍😍 cole

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  • Adeeba Siddiqi 1 year ago

    He’s sooo beautiful and soo witty idk I lovee him 💙💙💙💙💙

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  • sara gougassian 1 year ago

    cole is the coolest person ever wtf

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  • Marin Zajmi 1 year ago

    He looks a lot like that weird russian singer Vitas

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  • Roxy Bake 1 year ago

    awkward af

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  • denisse chuco 1 year ago

    He is so handsome omg 😍❤❤❤❤

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  • skylar mccready 1 year ago

    He puts me in the mind of a young Andrew McCarthy

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  • Madeline Barron Morse 1 year ago

    LOVE HIM

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  • TayPo13 1 year ago

    “Omg he’s so smart.” “omg such big words”
    First, they weren’t that big of words
    Second, he and Dylan went to NYU why are we acting surprised he’s smart?

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  • Queen Gates 1 year ago

    His lil foundation looks good as hell

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