10 Male TV Characters That Shattered Your Real Life Boyfriend Expectations, Probably Forever
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Some people may call me boy-crazy, but I prefer the term boy-focused. I have a lot of celebrity crushes and a lot of them originate from TV shows I love. These ten men were able to steal my heart and a lot of my time by being great and attractive characters.


The other day I saw a tweet, where Ria from Barstool Sport's "Chicks in the Office" ranked her top hottest TV characters, so here are mine:

1. Tim Riggin, Friday Night Lights

Ria was 100 percent correct when she crowned Tim Riggins as number one. I am literally so in love with his character it hurts. Not only is he pretty, but for some reason my type is "asshole football player" and he fits the bill. Through character development he comes a long way and ends up being even more attractive. What I would do to get a beer with Rigs.

2. Nathan Scott, One Tree Hill

I clearly have a thing for cocky athletes who go through extreme character development and become good people, but Nathan Scott is by far one of my favorite TV characters ever. Not only is he incredibly attractive, but the growth his character goes through is absolutely wild. If someone told me season 1 Nathan would turn into an amazing dad, I would have never believed them. Nathan has good looks, talent, and a personality, what a triple threat.

3. Liam Court, 90210

90210 isn't really a great show, but Liam makes it worth it.

4. Vince Howard, Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights had the most attractive cast on TV, by far. Also if you don't think Michael B Jordan is hot, I want you arrested.

5. Nate Archibald, Gossip Girl

Chuck Bass who? I never really got the hype about Chuck, but Nate on the other hand? Oh man do I love him.

6. Colt Bennett, The Ranch

Another dumb (former) jock, are we surprised? But who can blame me, Ashton Kutcher is a national treasure.

7. Jackson Avery, Grey's Anatomy

Look at him!!! He is beautiful!!

8. Seth Cohen, The O.C.

A lot of focus goes on Ryan Atwood and we forget about the real cutie in Newport Beach. Seth is so dorky and charming, it is hard not to fall in love with him.

9. Dean Winchester, Supernatural

I went through a huge Supernatural phase and during that phase I developed the biggest crush on Dean. He is so beautiful if you take away all the ghost hunting and demon-killing baggage.

10. Derek Shepherd, Grey's Anatomy

This might be a basic choice, but I stand by it.

Literally, so hot RN

Literally, so hot RN

I Plan On Having A No Kids Wedding So Please Leave Yours At Home With A Babysitter

Leave the tots at home while I’m tying the knot.

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Let's cut to the chase here. I don't want kids at my wedding. Kids and babies at a wedding, though can be super cute all dressed up in suits, dresses or even costumes is downright adorable. I get it, I really do, I mean I would be lying if I didn't admit that my wedding Pinterest board didn't have a few kids in there. Though, when I actually picture my big day, I don't see how having a bunch of unpredictable kids running around would seem appealing.

Now before you go all “oh my kids are so well behaved they wouldn't be so quiet." I don't know about you, but for all the weddings I have been to, the kids always end up crying, complaining or causing some kind of unnecessary stress. The day is already going to be filled with little moments that could potentially go wrong and adding kids to that list just doesn't seem very appealing.

Another note to make is how much of a buzz kill kids are. My fiancé and I like to have a good time, so we will absolutely be having alcohol during our festivities and will be expecting our guests to partake in having a few glasses of something. Kids mean a good chunk of people aren't going to be able to drink, and as silly as that sounds, it's a mood killer.

We also plan on having the festivities go on late into the night. Aka after party or bar crawl. Now unless you are over the age of bar crawls or wedding after parties, we fully expect you to join in. When you bring kids into the mix, it stops you from going to the after party.

If you haven't gotten the idea of the atmosphere of the wedding we are trying to curate, to be more direct, we are having an adult theme. Since my fiancé and I are getting married “young" in the eyes of most people, we kind of what to keep it that vibe.

When I say young, I don't mean, paw patrol, we mean we're in our twenties. The music will most likely be loud, probably a little mouthy in the lyrics. I personally don't want to deal with your complaints about your kids feeling uncomfortable.

On maybe a more understanding note, when you bring kids to the wedding, it's just another cost to add to the list of things. While you may not think it's such a big deal, but a lot of vendors and venues count kids when it comes to their people limit.

We are already keeping our list below 100 people, having to remove certain guests from our list to accommodate for your kids isn't fair for us. So say, we were to choose your kids over our more personal guests, a lot of vendors require a selection for children foods, seating, drinks, etc. It's just an extra thing that we'd be adding to our mile-long list of things we already have to worry about.

So please, if you are invited to a wedding that is kid-free, it's not that the brides and grooms have an issue with your kids, it's a matter of being respectful and understanding to their wishes.

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13 Relationship Deal Breakers That Just Might Justify Ghosting Them

Any of these deal breakers could be taken to the extreme, which ones make you want to go run and hide?

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Every relationship is different and none are perfect. Every person has their own list of personal deal breakers, whether that is bad hygiene or super jealous behavior. Some like clingy, while some want to run and hide.

However, if you avoid these 13 extreme deal breakers, you have a chance at making anyone swoon.

1.  Making everything a competition for no reason.

You know the type, right? These men and women want everything to be a competition. They always want to be right and they always want to have bragging rights. Even getting the front seat in a vehicle is a competition. A little bit of competition can be fun, but over time a don't want everything to feel like a game.

2. Not having any ambitions, goals or direction.

These people seem awesome. They are laid back, chill and want to have a good time on the weekend. It's a casual time, you enjoy yourself until you ask the dreaded question, "So, what are your goals?" or "What are your plans when you graduate?"

Then they hit you with the, "I don't know," or "I don't care, I'll figure it out when I get there." Um, I like setting goals. It is OK to be a little unsure, but not even having a goal for the week is... yikes.

3. Being unhygienic and just overall, a mess.

They really spruce up for special occasions and look so fine from afar. But once you get to know them, you may find some icky habits. Whether they haven't showered in days or have never washed their sheets, this deal breaker is a hard pass.

4. Being too serious and making everything an intense conversation.

This person is smart, an intellectual. You meet up and have a great date until you realize they haven't laughed at one of your jokes. You brush it off, yet you can't remember a time they made you laugh all night either.

Sometimes, our senses of humor just don't match up, and sometimes you just have to ghost them for thinking "The Office" is funnier than "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."

5. Not being able to take anything seriously ever.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, we have the Joker. This is the person who just cannot sit down with a straight face or take you seriously when you are having a moment. This is fun, in the beginning, but in time, having someone who can have a real conversation with you is so much better.

6. Not being physically attractive. 

I'm just going to say it. This deal breaker means you just aren't physically attracted to them. You lack physical intimacy and there is only so far a relationship can go without physical contact.

7. Not being able to listen or pay attention to anything you say. 

You guys can talk for hours on end about anything. Then you text them about the plans you made or the success of your day and they hit you with the "What?" Or my personal favorite, "I don't remember you saying that."

These people may truly not mean to forget but not being given attention is a reason to ghost, in my opinion.

8. Being possessive and over-attentive.

This is a major red flag. This person is one who gets extremely jealous and possessive in any and all situations. They will ask where you are and who you are with, constantly. Run as fast as you can once you see this deal breaker come to light.

9. Not being able to get away from their past.

Whether they only talk about their ex or they peaked in high school, this deal breaker comes in many shapes and sizes.

10. Being disrespectful or just overall mean.

This person just doesn't respect your boundaries. Physically, mentally or emotionally they will push you and not in a good way. When you feel uncomfortable or misunderstood, it is time to walk away.

11. Cheating. Do I even have to explain?

This one is self-explanatory. These people make you feel unworthy, mistreated and insecure. Save yourself the time and just walk away.

12. Being unable to connect with anyone else.

This person will not socialize with your friends or family. They do not go out of their way to be noticed, they do not make conversation and they certainly won't make the first move.

Shy people aren't who I am coming after, but if you are seeing someone and no effort is made, I vote you cut them off immediately.

13. Being unsupportive and rude about what you believe.

This person may have different views than you. At first, it can seem like a challenge when in reality it is so much more. Date someone who supports you and your endeavors, not someone who hates on your major or your stance on feminism.

You can agree to disagree, but you cannot be unsupportive of what your partner wants and needs out of life.

Of course, everyone feels different about their deal breakers, however, beware of the red flags. Most importantly, choose to be with someone you do not have to question or compromise for. No relationship is perfect, but there are definitely boundaries of what you will and won't put up with.

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