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September 24, 2015 01:00 PM

//cdn.playwire.com/bolt/js/zeus/embed.jsAndrew Garfield doesn’t find mean tweets about his appearance offensive – he finds them hilarious!

The Amazing Spider-Man actor, 32, was one of the latest celebrities to partake in Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s “Mean Tweets Week” in which celebrities read snarky things tweeted at them by fans.

Garfield, who has been sporting longer hair as of late, could barely read the tweet aloud as he burst out laughing while reciting one social media user’s very specific critique on his appearance.

“Is Andrew Garfield trying to do his utter best to look like a pedophile that lives in an RV,” he read.

Andrew Garfield

After he was finally able to stop laughing, he simply replied “yes” to the tweet.

Emily Blunt, Salma Hayek and Jack Black also took the stage to read mean tweets about themselves – and they didn’t seem bothered by the offending messages either.

When one user wrote that Blunt’s “eyes make up for that horrendous sound that comes out of her mouth,” she added that the user also included hashtag #britishaccent, “in case you didn’t know what he meant.”

Black even said he retweeted a user who asked, “Is Jack Black married cause that’s f—ing gross.”

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This marks the third installment of the popular series this week. Other celebrities including Kristen Bell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Liam Neeson and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson also amusingly shared their social media criticism on the show.

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