Love it or hate it, there are some incredibly relatable quotes from “Girls.” It’s one of those shows that you either love or hate, or maybe you love to hate it. Though the title may lead you to believe that it’s a show solely for twenty-something girls, you will undoubtedly find something or someone you relate to, whether you’re a guy, a girl, 18 or 50. These few quotes from “Girls” may leave you slightly addicted to the show. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
Whether you feel like this right now or have in the past, you know exactly what Marnie’s talking about here. Everyone has moments when you can’t escape your own mind, that's why this is one of the most relatable quotes from “Girls.” You’ll probably be declaring yourself a “Marnie” after watching her little quarter-life crisis play out.
Another classic quote from Marnie, she always accurately sums up what it’s like to be young and lost. Even if you aren’t currently young and lost, you probably have been at some point during your life, and you remember exactly what this feels like.
Hannah so wisely says this in one of the trailers, so we can only guess what spurred this somewhat arrogant but understandable statement. Regardless, we’ve all been in Hannah’s position. Haven't we all sometimes felt like the most stable, or unstable, member of our generation?
I’m pretty sure we’ve all uttered this to our parents at one point or another in the heat of the moment. In Hannah’s case, she was throwing a temper tantrum in a restaurant about being cut off, but that’s irrelevant. We’ve all said this before, however hopefully under less humiliating circumstances.
In a world that is sometimes so quick to put women down, this quote is a perfect motivator. You don’t need someone else telling you how to live your life. You decide that. Jessa’s quick to shut up anyone who tries to put her down. We should all try to be a little more like Jessa in our everyday lives, minus the whole surprise-wedding bit.
I hate to admit it, but when I heard first Adam say this, my initial reaction was to think about any toxic friendships in my life. Even though you love your friends, you have to realize when your relationships are toxic, and admit how they might be pulling you down. That naturally goes for romantic relationships too.
Hannah really does the quarter-life crisis justice as well. Quarter-life crisis or not, you’ve probably found yourself justifying your feelings to your best friends at one point or another. Your feelings are sometimes unique and sometimes stereotypical, but you still have every right to feel how you feel.
Do you watch "Girls"? What are your favorite quotes from the show? Let me know in the comments!
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