Ughhhhhhh!!!!! This show is the worst.
I was kind of looking forward to this show
|White people when they first encounter an "ethnic" food:||ew wtf is that that looks gross lmao|
|White people a few years later:||omg this tastes sooo good and it's soooooo healthy|
|White people a few centuries later:||...and that's how we invented tofu, gumbo, curry, and dulce de leche!|
like i thought that girl was on top of her game finding out that witness was colorblind then all a sudden homeboy comes in with the swift gayness and ate that guy’s ass to get those emails. if i had went to law school thats totally something i would’ve done to get ahead. i love competitive people
I have a long list of memorable experiences of random harassment, but this is my all time fav
Several of my college courses were held at a local high school and all students were allowed to study/hang out/use the WiFi in the multipurpose area
One day I was meeting a friend to study for am exam and this masculine kid (who I ran into several more times) started harassing me from the second floor balcony-thing the second I walked in the door
I ignored him, so he started talking about how I was wearing a purple shirt.
I look great in it, purple’s the best color, it’s his mom’s fav, etc
(I started internally laughing bc, like, wtf is this kid doing?)
Then he started going on about how purples are his favorite strains of weed and I literally doubled over laughing
When viewers first met Gilmore Girls’ Paris Geller (Liza Weil), she was crouching near a window with her friends, peering at Rory (Alexis Bledel), Chilton Preparatory School’s newest plaid-clad arrival. She was worried, and for good reason: Rory could surpass her in grades and, though she didn’t suspect it yet, would land Tristan (Chad Michael Murray), Paris’s longtime crush.
Paris isn’t usually what people talk about when they talk about Gilmore Girls, the ABC dramedy that ran on The WB/CW from 2000 to 2006. She’s neither a Gilmore nor a denizen of Stars Hollow, and when the series debuts on Netflix Wednesday, she won’t be the first character fans reminisce about. But her friendship with Rory should be remembered as a cultural landmark—TV’s last, great, gradually developed friendship between teenage girls.
PARIS GELLER IS SO DAMN IMPORTANT
for all of you just now starting gilmore girls or rewatching it (again) rory will never belong with logan and don’t you ever even DARE say that
First time through the series I loved Dean blindly and hated Jess on principle. I continued to love Dean until he cheated on his wife. I continued to hate Jess until he walked through the elder Gilmore’s gate at the exact point Rory desperately needed him…though never in a million years (at that…