When you're used to being rejected, eventually it stops hurting so much, so... yay?
"Yeah... all those parties I'm invited to."
Why is it we can always help everyone but ourselves?
It sucks when you can drive but they're scoring dates while having to have their parents drop them off.
Does this mean super villains aren't all evil, just lonely?
When you're used to being rejected, if you find someone who accepts you, you're happy to snap away the rest.
Aren't cartoons supposed to make you laugh and not predict your future?
No way, this is definitely fake news.
"Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna feed these pigeons: the only creatures that love me."
So... you're saying there's a chance?!
At this point, we're happy to have Granny set us up with one of her friends.
"Please don't break my heart, please don't break my heart, please... aaaaaaand it happened again."
They're totally here, they're just invisible.
Tbf, pancakes are terrible for you, so being alone is actually super healthy!
Home Solo sounds like an entirely different type of flick.
According to this, all you need is the wealth to buy a private jet, and dating will be super easy.
Spoiler: a lot of folks are the same way, so just hook up with one of them.
Is it weird that this is actually making us feel better knowing rejection and loneliness isn't just a human problem?
Poor Donald, she left him for literally the goofiest person possible.
Rejection can make you stronger, so keep on soldiering on, you warriors.