Why New Girl Is The Most Relatable Show Of All Time
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Why New Girl Is The Most Relatable Show Of All Time

Nick Miller is my spirit animal.

Whether you've already been a fan or it's next on your Netflix Bucketlist, it won't take much convincing to prove that New Girl may be the most relatable show ever. As much as we want to pretend that we have it all together, we absolutely don't.

As millennial humans we spend much of our time being random, spontaneous, savage, forward, and... awkward. Whether you are Jess, Nick, Winston, Cece, or Schmidt, this show really captures what it's like to be a 20-something today.

Here are just a few times that we could all relate to the most:

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The only way to proper deal with a break-up: wine and T-Swift.

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Resume: Working on it

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Hookup culture 101

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Said every millennial ever.

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How about just some Chipotle & Chill?

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We never learn... YOLO?

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Drink, drank, drunk.

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We care about things. *organizes protest*

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Adulting... Sorta.

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Overanalyzing texts for days.

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Pretending not to care

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Forever solving problems with happy hour.

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....... Basically.

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Being in a Big Family as Told by the Kardashians

Nobody loves you like family.

When literally everyone's getting engaged, married, or pregnant and you're sitting there like...

Getting drunk with your parents for the first time...

When you'd rather chill with your sibs than go out with anyone else...

Family vacations, dinners, and basically any event together is a giant, dramatic shitshow...

And trying to get a fucking picture during these moments is an event in and of itself...

That one family member that everyone knows is psycho...

But that person still isn't as bad as the sibling that still mooches off of your parents...

When you can look back and laugh at your epic high school fights...

But then your sibling tells a story from high school in front of your parents and mentions something illegal you did...

You still fight with your siblings as much as you used to...

But when someone outside the fam tries to fuck with one of your siblings, all hell breaks loose...

Because now that you're older, you know that family are the only people who will always be there.

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14 Times Rihanna Was Your Spirit Animal

Let's hear it for Bad Gal Ri.

Rihanna was recently honored with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award (aka the Lifetime Achievement Award) at the age of 28. She is now considered a living legend and to pay homage to Bad Gal Ri, here are 14 times Rihanna was your spirit animal:

When Drake confessed his 6-year-long love for Rihanna and she dabbed on him....

When your ex re-adds you on snapchat.

When the hot guy from class adds you on snapchat via your number.

When you get home at 3 a.m. and there's pizza in the fridge.

When someone posts about making the Dean's List.

When they ask for nudes but you're not really sure about it.

When you touch the curling iron and it doesn't feel that hot but you realize you got burned.

When someone charges you on Venmo.

When you're having a bad day but you remember that you're the shit.

When no one in the group chat responds to your question.

When you have a quick question but the prof asks if you can come to their office hours to get an answer.

When they call your number at Wawa.

Half way through the night when you realize there's snacks at home and a "Harry Potter" marathon is on.

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Nick Jonas Explains His NARB on the Tonight Show (Video)

Maybe he shouldn't have eaten that marijuana lollipop.

Last night on Jimmy Fallon's, The Tonight Show, Nick Jonas opened up about his funny experience with a marijuana lollipop. His friend offered him the weed lolly the night before presenting an award at the Young Hollywood Awards. Nick explains in the video that he doesn't usually do things like that but what was the worst thing that could happen? He figured he'd just go to sleep and wake up the next morning feeling fine. Wrong!

When Nick woke up the morning of the Young Hollywood Awards, he was high out of his mind. He freaked out for a little them calmed himself down. He got ready for the award show, but once he got there, he got a NARB!

According to Nick Jonas, a NARB is a "non apparent reason boner". So naturally, the only thing one can really do in that situation, is just kinda casually cover that area! Might I remind you he was on the red carpet, being watched by thousands!

Props to Nick though, at least he laughed it off! And, to all the men that experience NARBs... good luck.

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What Your Favorite TV Girl Squad Says About Your Friend Group

Are you the Blair and Serena of the group?

Goals are arguably one of the most important things to posses in life. And no, I'm not talking about your career ambitions, your hopes of setting up a non-profit organization, or where you want to retire after forty years of hating your job in consulting. I'm talking about squad goals.

Chances are, you've been Netflix-and-chilling (probably by yourself, because no guy actually wants to sit down and watch an episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and thought to yourself "these are my girls". So here are just a few examples of what your favorite girl squad says about you and yours:

The girls of Sex and the City.
Your lives pretty much revolve around sex, and that's totally OK. When you're not at Sunday brunch recounting last night's exploits (and disturbing the families trying to enjoy their food without hearing about your friend's awkward pillow talk), you're laughing to get each other through the tough times because you have a real bond with one another. Just don't fall into such a pattern of talking about sex and nights out that you lose track of what's really going on in each other's lives.

Rachel, Phoebe, and Monica of Friends.
Despite being quirkily high maintenance individually, you're collectively a pretty chill group. You can talk about anything and nothing, see each other more than you see your own co-workers, and even keep a standing date for coffee. You can hang with the guys, but they don't come between your friendships. And the fact that you're so involved in every aspect of each other's lives is a good indicator that you'll be there for all the boring moments in life later on.

Serena and Blair of Gossip Girl.
You and your BFF are the Serena and Blair of your circle. Everyone wants to be you, guys want to be with you, and you're always the center of attention. People associate you with one another.

Only problem is that your friendship is pretty competitive. You probably talk about how she has to constantly get her roots touched up so people think she's a natural blonde, and she knowingly posts pictures on Instagram where you look 10 pounds heavier saying "you look cute!" You've definitely thought about hooking up with each other's love interests (if you haven't already) and your lives will likely be a low-key battle to the death over the title of It Girl.

Ann and Leslie of Parks and Recreation.
You are those girls who your parents and people on Facebook are proud of. Your gal pal activities include being involved in the same organizations, helping out the people around you, and being in serious, mostly stable relationships. Despite the fact that your lives are a little lackluster, you'd do anything for each other and have a friendship that will likely last a lifetime.

The girls of Orange is the New Black.
You don't have a single sober picture together, the bouncers and sober monitors have you on a watchlist, and there's a 33 percent chance that at least two of you will try to fight each other on any given weekend. But you love and put up with each other anyway, because who else will?

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10 Things People Who Hate Attention But Secretly Enjoy It Will Relate To

Being in a love-hate relationship with attention is more relatable than you think.

Having a love-hate relationship with attention is something that a lot of people can relate to, but hardly anyone wants to admit it. If you have a hard time describing your feelings about the spotlight, chances are you can relate to these things.

You hate surprises. You can't stand feeling out of the loop. But you've always secretly fantasized about your friends getting together to throw you a surprise birthday party.

You find texting super annoying and hate when your phone is buzzing every minute, yet when it's silent you can't help but wonder why no one is hitting you up.

You're not one to point out any changes you made to your hair or makeup, but you do feel a sense of satisfaction when someone notices your new highlights or winged eyeliner.

You prefer yoga pants and other comfortable clothing, but you're not afraid to switch it up and dress boldly in over-the-knee boots or a tight low-cut dress.

You're a pretty private person. You keep your personal business on the down-low and among those you can trust. Yet when a friend tells you something they heard about yourself, you're secretly flattered that people find your life interesting enough to discuss it.

And if someone comes to you with something negative they heard, you're initially taken aback, but then you're quick to brush it off because you can't be bothered to care for more than a minute.

You hate when you're trying to dance with your friends at the bar and some dude won't stop hitting on you, but you'll keep talking to him long enough for him to finally buy you a drink.

You don't ask your friends to involve themselves in your drama with others, but don't argue when they willingly step in choose your side.

You never expect your significant other to spoil you with gifts or constantly take you out to dinner, but you feel like the luckiest person in the world when it does.

You rarely ask anyone for favors. But when someone does unexpectedly help you out, you'll do whatever you can to reciprocate. You take nothing for granted because you're cognizant of any extra attention, and ultimately kindness, from anyone.