10 Times Liza Koshy And David Dobrik Were Ultimate Relationship Goals

10 Times Liza Koshy And David Dobrik Were Ultimate Relationship Goals

Please never breakup.

Since November 28, 2016 social media stars Liza Koshy and David Dobrik have officially been dating for one year! The two both gained fame as Vine stars, before transitioning to YouTube.

David said it took him 4 months to finally build up the courage to ask Liza out, and when they finally began dating, they chose to keep it private - that is, for the first few months.

Once they announced their relationship status to the public, fans went crazy because two of their favorite stars were together. As social media personalities, they share so many cute pictures, videos, and tweets online! We rounded up some of the cutest moments between Liza and David that will prove they are ultimate relationship goals!

1. When they announced they were dating

Liza and David didn’t announce their relationship status like any other couple. They bought a ton of calendars, circled “November 28” on them, and then shared it to Instagram. November 28 is the day they started dating. How cute!

2. When David comforted Liza during the “Try Not To Cry Challenge”

When Liza started crying watching a sad video, David said he wanted to cry just watching Liza get upset. He gave Liza a kiss to comfort her and said it was cute how she was getting emotional watching the video.

3. When Vine was shutting down and David and Liza posted these adorable tweets

David and Liza met because of Vine, and that is why David tweeted “But really I owe you a lot vine. Thank you for being my favorite dating app.” Then Liza tweeted Vine, “we'll send over our first born.”

4. David and Liza’s first on-screen kiss

The two have been close to kissing numerous times, but have never actually kissed on screen until this past summer when David hit 1 million subscribers. Now that he’s reached 2 million, do you think we’ll get another kiss?

5. When David and Liza said the exact same thing at the same time and they both said "AWWW"

Even they ship each other! They are so cute.

6. “What do you guys do as a cheesy couple?” “Eat pizza.”

These two cannot go a day without saying puns...and WE LOVE IT.

7. When they tried couples yoga

8. When a fan jumped on top of David and Liza got jealous

9. When Liza won a Streamy Award and David showed how proud he was of her

10. David and Liza's 1 year anniversary posts

OK, but seriously, where can we get a boyfriend like David Dobrik?

David and Liza are so adorable, and they give us hope to one day find someone special for ourselves! Do you have a favorite moment between Liza and David? Comment below!

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Fiction On Odyssey: Vacancy

"I know it’s empty just by looking at it."

The house shimmers in between thin trees, weaving in and out of mist, playing tricks on me. Settling against a tree trunk, my shoulder blades dig into the bark. The shadows here soothe me. The sun’s out, oddly enough, encircling the house in a halo of light. Sun and fog, making my head blurry. Damn it all.

I know it’s empty just by looking at it. Broken windows as wary eyes, the door off its hinges, a gray mouth with chipped teeth. The roof dips, looming over it; my past. The shingles look soft, like if I were to get up onto the roof and touch them, I’d sink in. It’d all fall out from underneath me. Make it disappear. Please.

No sign of the catmint or lavender my mother tended to for so long. It’s just gnarled roots and weeds now. The absent hum of bees is jarring. Each step I take echoes across the clearing, a sharp crunch of leaves underfoot. I stop walking on the edge of the shadows.

My chest is tight. Tears prick my eyes but I can’t look away from it. I can’t stop searching the windows in the hope that one of them will be here. The three years haven’t cleared my memory as much as I wanted them to.

It was the middle of the night when I left, closer to dawn than dusk, a flimsy rucksack over my shoulder. I still had my knife then.

The main room was mostly dark. Some nights my mother forgot to close the curtains all of the way, so there were pockets of moonlight scattered around. Crossing the room, I made for the door, trying to ignore the couch, where I knew she was sleeping. Just as I got to the main door, hand on the knob, I turned to look. Couldn’t help it.

The way she slept always reminded me of a kid: crunched up into a ball, a ratty blanket covered her entire body, pulled right up to her pointy chin. Her face was wiped of the stress it wore during the day and glowed in a sliver of moonlight. She looked happy, for once. Peaceful. I left her there. That was our goodbye.

Last time I saw my father? A few days before that, maybe? I don’t know. Doesn’t matter. Sometimes I wish it did.

Now, I stand in front of this house, knowing that they have to be gone but I can barely get myself to move. Hesitation. Pause. Why? What do I have to feel guilty about when it comes to ghosts?

Swallowing around the lump in my throat, I step into the sunlight. It spreads across my back, caresses the top of my head. The fog settles. I keep going.

My feet leave behind soggy footprints in the dewy grass. I’m at the door, barreling through it, the noise of my movement and the creaky house so much better than the quiet. I’m out of breath, heart going in my chest, but it’s because I’m afraid. Dreading this.

I spin, getting a grip, seeing the emptiness of it. The couch: gone, the dining set missing two of its chairs, one of them toppled on its side, lacking a leg. The curtains are gone, someone must have stolen them, so the sunlight streams in, making square pools of it on the floor. Dust gets caught in my throat and drifts in the air, twinkling in the light.

Home. I’m here.


My heart jolts; a voice I barely recognize, ringing with age.

I turn.

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The 10 Most Iconic Theme Songs From Your Childhood

If you grew up in the 2000s, that is

Are you ready kids? If you responded "Aye aye, Captain," you are allowed to continue reading.

Growing up in the 2000s was a beautiful mix of new technology and the "good ol' days". Almost none of us had smartphones until high school, and computers were far too slow to warrant spending a day staring at them.

So, naturally, we just watched a lot of TV.

Here are what I see as the most iconic theme songs from 2000s kids shows. If you think I'm wrong, I welcome you to fight me in the comments.

1. Spongebob Squarepants

Of course, Spongebob had to win. If you ask the question "Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?" to someone in my age group, there's probably a 94% chance they'll respond correctly. Long live Spongebob.

2. Drake and Josh

What can I even say about this one? It's an all-around great song, from the harmonies to the brotherly love it portrays. What a song. What a show.

3. Phineas and Ferb

This might be a biased opinion since I still watch Phineas and Ferb quite often, but this theme song is genius. Bowling for Soup even performed it at Warped Tour last year. Epic.

4. Avatar: The Last Airbender

My friends and I quote this intro religiously to this very day. I don't know if it counts as a song, but as the creator of the list, I will let it remain here.

5. The Suite Life of Zack and Cody

This is one of those songs that could exist in the actual music world, if unsuccessfully. It's a sweet life indeed.

6. The Fairly OddParents

Even though I had no idea what they were saying half the time, this theme song was constantly stuck in my head as a kid (and it will probably happen to you now that I think about it--sorry).

7. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

The image of the house is forever imprinted into my brain, and the music is one step away from being terrifying. I also just wanted to include something from Cartoon Network, and this is the show that stood out most.

8. Hannah Montana

Rewatching this one reminded me of what friendship is about--keeping secrets from the rest of the world that could compromise your happiness.

9. Jimmy Neutron

The song that actually made everyone wish they were nerdier.

10. iCarly

This theme song somehow showcases both the best and worst of technology--its ability to join people together mixed with the added responsibility it brings.

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