In 2007 Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady graced our television screens with the geeky, wonderful lives of Sheldon Cooper, Leonard Hofstadter, Howard Wolowitz and Raj Koothrappali, along with the ditzy but lovable Penny on "The Big Bang Theory." Nine seasons later these characters still have our hearts with their sarcasm, wit and unique story lines rather unlike anything else on television.
However, for many viewers, one character stands out above all the rest: Sheldon Cooper. From his unexpected Texas upbringing to his over-inflated ego, you can't help but love his adorably awkward, abrasive character. Throughout almost a decade's worth of show there have been several moments when we all at some point have realized, deep down, we are in fact Sheldon Cooper.
Whether it's his antisocial nature or ever present pessimism, there's a little bit of Sheldon in all of us.