In Spider-Man: Far From Home Peter Parker has a sign in his bedroom taped over his light switch which reads:


or words to that effect.

Is there any explanation anywhere as to why he doesn't want anyone to use that light switch?

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    He doesn't want anyone to turn off the dark? – Adamant Jul 9 '19 at 4:17

I believe the switch is connected to the device that contains the Iron Spider suit we see underneath it. It is therefore presumably keeping power to it so that the suit stays contained/charged inside of the device.

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    @TheDarkLord I believe it was underneath the switch. I also read a few theories that thought the same as me but there is no evidence anywhere to this yet. – TheLethalCarrot Jul 8 '19 at 10:48
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    The suit was underneath the switch you mean? Not sure what you mean by "it was underneath the switch". – The Dark Lord Jul 8 '19 at 10:51
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    @TheDarkLord Yes I think it was but it has been about a week since I saw the film and obviously I can't fact check it at the moment. – TheLethalCarrot Jul 8 '19 at 10:53
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    I agree, saw the movie yesterday and the suit is sat in a case underneath the switch – Gamora Jul 10 '19 at 16:01
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    @TheDarkLord The lightswitch in my room at home is connected to a plug socket, it's not hard to do and I feel like Stark could easily have rewired the cabling in the wall if Parker didn't already have it set up. I assume the suit just takes standard ampage to charge, otherwise it would be really inconvenient. Obviously neither me or Lethal are sure about this answer but it seems the best guess given the current facts. Feel free to post your theory if you have a better one! :) – Gamora Jul 12 '19 at 11:35

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