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And The Oscar Goes To

And The Oscar Goes To

Once a year at the end of February, the prestigious night rolls around, where Hollywoods finest walk the red carpet, dressed to impress, in hopes of coming home with an actors' highest achievement. As audience members, we plant ourselves on our couches and think the following thoughts throughout the whole production...

1. It's crazy to think how good-looking all of the celebrities look on this night.

You can't help but wonder how long it took them to get ready.

2. Oscar red carpets mean you get to look at endless attractive men in tuxedos.

3. Additionally, you witness power couples and only dream of that being your marriage one day.

4. Jennifer Lawrence always manages to ask the questions during interviews you always have but are too scared to ask.

5. Remember that time when Abigail Breslin was nominated for an Oscar at age 6 and had her life altogether far earlier than you ever will?

6. When was the last time Meryl Streep wasn't nominated for an Oscar?

7. When winners walk up to accept their awards you secretly hope they trip and fall.

8. Acceptance speeches always somehow turn into these powerful and moving speeches that go on for an hour.

9. You always regret not seeing all of the movies that have been nominated for best picture.

10. I bet the majority of the celebrities end up drinking their way through the show.

11. Actors' reactions in the audience to winners is often the highlight of the show.

12. Finally, we can only hope that one day poor Leo's horrible streak of never winning an Oscar can be broken.

Still difficult to wrap our heads around how with a beautiful face like his, he still has yet to.

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