She’s the one who has my Chipotle order memorized. She’s the one who has listened to me sob over the same boy a thousand times and never tells me that I’m being ridiculous.
These are the characters we abhor but they should be the ones that we admire. Because they’re realer than any hero out there.
You could’ve been a hero. Now you’re just a man who played baseball.
This is the most confusing to me.
The Ultimate Warrior was my childhood hero, the first hero that I ever had.
The day after his rape charges were dropped he tweeted, “Fav this if you would willingly have sex with me.”
When it comes to letting someone know you’re annoyed with an expressionless face, you’re all naturally magical Meryl Streeps.
26. “Orange is the New Black.”
When I was young, I was pretty sure I was a superhero. Now that I am older and wiser, I am pretty sure I am a superhero.
Allie in The Notebook, because that bitch was given the choice between a rich, doting James Marsden in a military uniform and sweatily hot Ryan Gosling who built her a house.