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15 Times "BoJack Horseman" Got So Real It Made Us Question Everything

Yes, the cartoon starring a talking horse often gets too real.


"BoJack Horseman" is a show that most definitely hits a little too close to home. Yes, the cartoon starring a talking horse often gets too real.

"BoJack Horseman" is a washed-up celebrity who drinks a little too often and hates himself a little too much. The show is as funny as it is clever, and these screencaps will give you the idea of how relatable the characters' thoughts, feelings, and actions can be.

1. Vulnerability is uncomfortable.

2. Nothing more absurd than the law having more restrictions over a woman's body than a weapon that takes millions of lives every year!

3. We've all had those days...

4. Responsibility is overwhelming.

5. Distractions are key!

6. What will set off our anxiety this time?

7. Sometimes one serving becomes the entirety of your comfort food.

8. When our infatuation tends to blind us.

9. Underestimating our procrastination like:

10. One of the best distractions from our own problems, is fixing others!

11. Can't forget about the constant need for validation from others.

12. This one's for all the individuals who may get a little too attached too fast. And by too fast, I mean with a matter of a day. Or minutes. Love happens fast.

13. Yes, Bojack, the world can seem much simpler when you are not in a constant state of depression.

14. When the existentialism hits a little too hard and normal tasks seem pointless.

15. As hard as things can get, and as terrible as we can sometimes feel, as clearly displayed in the cartoon, things will always get easier. We just must be patient.

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