10 Traits That Make Frank Delfino Absolutely Irresistible
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10 Traits That Make Frank Delfino Absolutely Irresistible

He's no ordinary bad guy.

10 Traits That Make Frank Delfino Absolutely Irresistible

If you're a fan of ABC's hit show "How to Get Away with Murder," you either love or hate Frank Delfino. And if you love Frank, you're not alone. Although every character on the show is complex and intriguing, Frank seems to stand out the most. That's because he is hands down the best character on the show. Frank is the sexy bad boy that adds mystery, suspense, and adventure to the show. Don't mess with the people he loves, like Annalise Keating, unless you think you can put up a fight with Frank. And newsflash: if you think you can put up a fight with Frank, you're insane.

You know how everyone has that one fictional character that they fall truly and deeply in love with? Tons of "How to Get Away with Murder" fans have completely fallen for Frank. Including myself. He'll take your breath away, and here are just a few reasons why.

1. His voice.

I'd pay all the money in the world just to listen to him speak. Have you heard that beautiful accent of his? Unnnf!

2. His snarky, sarcastic, and witty comments.

If you watch the show, you know he's had some memorable lines. It's just who he is as a character, and it's freakin sexy.

3. His style.

Every girl is a sucker for a long sleeve button down shirt rolled up to the elbows. Add a vest and we'll start drooling.

4. His face.

I know a well-crafted face when I see one, and boy does Frank have a beautiful face. Let's talk about his eyes and those lips for a moment. Have you ever just stared into his mysterious eyes and wondered what was going on in his mind? Or stared at his cute lips?

5. His killer body.

Need I say more?

6. His criminal skills.

Seriously, the man knows how to kill, how to frame others, and how to keep his hands clean in the process. Frank knows how to get away with murder. And hey, I'd be okay dying if my death was in Frank's hands. Oops.

7. His ability to take care of situations to protect and please those he loves.

He doesn't kill people or frame people just to commit crimes, he does what he does to protect or please the people he loves. He kills a certain someone's father to prevent him from hurting her ever again. He frames people of committing crimes to protect Annalise, who he loves and looks up to, and the people she loves. He may do bad things, but he does them with good intentions.

8. He plays by his own rules when he needs to.

Goes on the run? Check. Shaves famous beard and hair? Check. Still looks sexy as heck? Check.

9. He has the audience rooting for him no matter what he does.

He's made out to be a sociopathic villain, and he's had a terrible past, but we still love him. We still root for him and want him to succeed and do well. The Keating 5 killed Sam because they thought he killed Lila, and as it turns out Frank did it? That's okay. We can't stay mad at you, Frank. You're a good guy. Well, a bad guy, but a good guy. You know what I mean!

10. He's broken, but he keeps living.

He has mental illnesses, clearly, and he knows it...but he continues to keep living and fight his inner demons. He feels guilty for what he’s done, and he wants to be better for those he loves. He wants to please the people he looks up to, like Annalise. And he considers killing himself during a time of darkness, knowing that it would please her. But he continues to fight and live on, after some convincing from Bonnie. He has a lot to live for.

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