50 Greys Anatomy GIFs That Everyone Can Relate To
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50 Greys Anatomy GIFs That Everyone Can Relate To

Surgeon or not, you can surely relate to these GIFs.

50 Greys Anatomy GIFs That Everyone Can Relate To
Adam Taylor

1. Derek Shepherd coming to you with words of wisdom.

2. When you just can't control your happiness.

3. We've all wished to be put under for one thing or another.

4. "Why are girls so difficult to understand?"

5. When someone says something and you don't know if it's an insult.

6. Sometimes you need to give someone a serious wake up call . . . and hit them with your breakfast

7. Feeling yourself much?

8. When will they just take a hint?

9. When you have too many feelings.

10. Everyone needs to dance in their underwear sometimes.

11. When you get into an argument with someone irrelevant, this is the best shut down.

12. Mark Sloan, coming to the feels near you.

13. When you're trying to be serious for once in your life.

14. If this isn't true, I don't know what is.

15. Who didn't want to hear this at some point?

16. Acknowledging you have a problem is only the first step to recovery.

17. When your friend is complaining about how they don't have any friends.

18. How Cupid must look when he's shooting me with the feelings.

19. Don't we all?

20. When someone asks "what's your problem?"

21. Babies do this to all of us. Don't even try to deny it.

22. Why does this always come to mind when laying in bed at 3 a.m.?

23. When you realize that you deserve better.

24. We can all relate. End of story.

25. When your bae tries to call you out.

26. When talking doesn't work, violence may be the answer.

27. Inconspicuously spying on someone with your best friend.

28. When someone says "free" anything.

29. When you think about what you thought your future would look like vs. how it turned out.

30. Trying to drink secretively when you know you shouldn't be.

31. That look of disgust when someone is hammered at an inappropriate time.

32. Yes, the answer to everything is Tequila.

33. When someone says something incredibly stupid.

34. When your friend is pushing you about a guy.

35. When someone tries talking to you in the morning before you have coffee and are getting ready

36. Anytime someone I don't like tries talking to me.

37. That look of pure disgust when someone puts ranch on something crazy

38. When someone doesn't take no for an answer for the first, second, and third time.

39. "You're so annoying"

40. One of the realest things ever said.

41. Best words of motivation.

42. Sometimes people just need a good smack to the head.

43. We all want someone like this.

44. Wherever I go, this is my mindset.

45. When you're thinking "I'm surrounded by idiots"

46. Anytime I do something bad.

47. When someone you hate says something moronic.

48. When someone tries to talk to me before coffee in the morning.

49. Seeing that one girl that's tearing up the dance floor.

50. When you meet the girl your husband has been seeing . . . Or when you've completely lost it.

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