It does not bode well for me that the TV character I most relate to is an awkward, hormonal, 13-year old but that’s where I’m at right now. That’s right, Bob’s Burgers‘ Tina Belcher is my spirit animal and there is a lot of proof in the pudding.
We are avid romance readers and writers and sometimes our art imitates life. Guilty, so, so guilty.
The athletic arts are not exactly our strong suit. I got a C in PE in the sixth grade because I couldn’t throw or catch a ball.
Sometimes life is hard on us and we respond accordingly. I feel ya, sistah.
We have curious minds and aren’t afraid to get straight to the facts. I settled for Cosmo articles, but she is more ballsy.
We are not the smoothest operators. But Tina gets more action than I do.
We are not the best with makeup. This one hits so close to home. I am about as capable of keeping makeup on my face as a toddler.
We have very sensual, realistic dreams. I mean, I don’t want to reveal too much…
Our glasses are both our identity and our struggle. Four-eyed salute.
We are not exactly graceful. I can’t do yoga in public places because it is far too embarrassing.
Hence the reason we like to practice at home. I am a fan of the at-home workout due to the uncoordinated thing.
Our first times driving were pretty much the same. Our dads were about the same, too.
We stand out at dance parties. For our awesome but subtle moves. I go for the shoulder shimmy.
We agree on the real reasons to go to sporting events. I once spent an entire Dodgers game checking out right field’s hinder.
And to cap it off, we both wanted the same thing for Christmas.
Some of these qualities are not quite enviable or flattering but I could not be more proud to be like this strong, sensual woman.