Nick Jonas And Priyanka Chopra Made Me Believe In True-Love

Nick Jonas And Priyanka Chopra Made Me Believe In True-Love

The royal wedding of the century.

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Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra, the modern-day fairytale romance. So tell me, ladies, do you remember when a superstar-star stud and former boyband member slide into your Twitter DMs? Obviously not, but that's what sparked the beginning of those two lovebirds story when Nick Jonas entered Priyanka Chopra's DMs.

The last time a boy entered my DMs was the act of hypersexualizing my body in a recent picture posted on Instagram, but we're not going to talk about that today. Today, we're going to talk about the beautiful romance of Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra.

Sad news to all the girls who are now women that loved Nick Jonas and had posters sprawled out on their bedroom walls, I was one of those girls. Obviously, it's sad to hear that the favorite Jonas Brother to many girls(all love for Joe and Kevin) is married, but his happiness is all that matters.

Let's start at the beginning of their first meeting at the 2017 Met Gala. I'd like to believe that their eyes met as they both saw the brand Ralph Lauren logo etched on their luxurious outfits. As two wealthy individuals, their aura connected in the crowded space of the Met Gala. After their meeting, the rest was history.

This is how I'd like to believe their love story began, but it isn't too factual. The actual story of how Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra met, did, in fact, occur at the Met Gala, but not in the way previously told. In 2016, Nick Jonas slid into the Twitter DMs of Chopra, commenting on her appearance in Quantico, which lead to the two briefly speaking.

That's how the love story began, ladies and gentleman, a swift message in her DMs. In the aspect of it all isn't that the way romance and love erupts in the 21st century? Love, that's how it works these days, right? Slide in someone's DM's and you'll be married, walking down the aisle with a 75-foot train.

Not really, though, not all men are like Nick Jonas.

I'll be honest, I don't believe I'll meet my soulmate while "down in the DMs", but I can dream that a wonderful man like Nick Jonas will coincidentally send a message telling me how "beautiful" I am. In reality, that's not how things usually turn out to be, one hundred percent of the boys sliding into my DMs are nothing like Nick Jonas.

The cynical part of myself believes I'll be "forever alone" and as a friend once said, "Aby, are you being serious?" While the optimistic side believes that I'll find the love of my life and have a grand wedding like Nick and Priyanka.

In the time being, I'll continue to listen to the classic Jo Bro jams wishing that Nick married me instead. A girl can dream, am I right? To all the Jonas Brothers fans, December 1st was a sad day to see our beloved Nick married.

It was a mournful and joyful day, to say the least. Hey Nick, congratulations and I hope you're happy. I'll be listening to "When You Look Me In The Eyes" tonight, hoping it was you all along.

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15 John Mulaney Quotes And Jokes To Get You Through The Day

"I went to the Delta help desk, which is an oxymoron..."
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This is going to sound bad, but it takes a lot for me to laugh out loud. Sure, I will chuckle at jokes and find things funny, but to make me belly laugh is a whole different story. I have never found comedians to be that funny and never thought I would. But then John Mulaney was introduced to me, and let me tell you, he is hilarious. Everything that comes out of his mouth is quotable and I use his jokes to respond to people every day without fail. Here are only some of his hilarious quotes and jokes.

1. “You have the moral backbone of a chocolate éclair.”

His Bill Clinton bit is one of the highlights of his show, “The Comeback Kid,” and I would highly recommend watching it. All in all, John as a kid comes home and he tells his father, “I’m gonna be a Democrat and I’m voting for Bill Clinton.” His dad responds with, “You have the moral backbone of a chocolate éclair.”

2. “Anyone who’s seen my d*** and met my parents needs to die; I can’t have them roaming around.”

After talking about how he got cheated on, Mulaney goes on to explain how it’s creepy to have an ex out there who knows so much information about you after things have ended. I died laughing when he said the above quote.

3. This:

4. His "Back to the Future" bit.

I can’t even choose one quote from this sketch because the entire bit is hilarious. Mulaney goes on to talk about how the plot of "Back to the Future" must have originally been pitched and in reality how weird the plot is when you actually explain it. It’s legendary.

5. On the phone with Blockbuster.

6. “Because Bill Clinton never forgets a b****.”

This is the punchline of the Bill Clinton sketch, essentially, so just watch it — I promise you it is well worth it.

7. Midgets.

8. “We started chanting, McDonald's, McDonald's, McDonald's! And my dad pulled into the drive thru, and we started cheering and then he ordered one black coffee for himself and kept driving.”

As a kid, anytime you saw a McDonald's your parents had to stop. But instead, John Mulaney’s father wasn’t having it and decided to do one of the coolest and funniest things.

9. "In terms of like, instant relief, canceling plans is like heroin."

10. “One black coffee, same motherf***er."

Yes, Bill Clinton sketch again. But, what’s great is how Mulaney ties previous jokes into other sketches. So when Mulaney’s mom got an invitation to a fundraiser where you could meet Bill Clinton, and having told a story about how his mother knew Bill Clinton in college, she said, “We have to go see Bill!” Mulaney’s father then replied with, “Why? It’s not like he’s gonna remember you.” And after a half gasp, half laugh from the audience, Mulaney goes, “One black coffee… same motherf***er.” Hilarious.

11. Opinions in school.

12. “I’m standing in the basement and I’m holding a red cup, you’ve seen movies. And I’m standing there holding a red cup and I’m starting to black out and I guess someone said like something something police. And in a brilliant moment of word association I yelled “F*** da police!” And everyone else joined in. A hundred drunk white children yelling f*** da police.”

Enough said.

13. Presidential Family Feud

14. This:

15. “Because it’s the one thing you can’t replace.”

Now, his last one may not seem funny at all as a quote, but the story Mulaney tells to set up this punchline is the greatest. If you already read the joke above, you know that Mulaney was talking about a party he went to in high school. The ending of the story was that the kid hosting the party said that someone at his party stole old antique photos of his grandmother. Two years later Mulaney’s friend shows him a closet in his house filled wall to wall with old antique photos. So Mulaney goes, “Why?...Why do you do this…?” and his friend responds with, “Because it’s the one thing you can’t replace.” And that, my friends, is quite a great story. Mulaney never fails to make me die on the floor laughing.
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Irish-American History Is Just As Important As Any Other Culture, You Can't Prove Me Wrong

I cherish being Irish and I will not let anyone let me feel bad for that.

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Depending on when you're reading this, Saint Patrick's day has either just passed or is around the corner. For me, Saint Patrick's day is tomorrow. I've been debating this article for some time now because I didn't know how it would be perceived. At this point, though, I feel it's important for me to get out. No, Irish people were never kept as slaves in America, and I will never be one to try and say they were. However, Irish people were treated tremendously awful in America. A lot of people tend to forget, or just try to erase entirely, the history of the Irish in America. So much so that I felt shameful for wanting to celebrate my heritage. Therefore, I want to bring to light the history that everyone brushes under the rug.

In 1845, a potato famine broke out across Ireland. This was a big deal because the Irish lived off, mainly, potatoes. They were cheap, easy to grow, and had tons of nutrients. So when the famine struck, many people either died of starvation or fled to America in seek of refuge. When the Irish arrived in America they were seen as a threat to the decency of America. People viewed them as drunk beasts, sinful savages, barbaric, violent, belligerent, stupid, and white apes. When the Irish would go to look for jobs, many times they found signs that read "Irish Need Not Apply," even when the job was hiring. Therefore, the Irish did the jobs no one wanted, and even jobs African slaves wouldn't do. The biggest example of this is when Irishmen built canals and drained swamps. They were sent to do these things because of the enormous amount of mosquitoes; in the swamp, they would get bit and ultimately die of malaria.

Also, during this time, Irish people were poor and therefore lived in the same neighborhoods as the free African Americans. A lot of the Irish people were friendly with their neighbors of color and even got into interracial relationships. Because the Irish lived in these neighborhoods they were seen as dirty and even a lot of people at this time put African Americans higher on the totem pole than Irish. One person during the time even said, "At least the black families keep their homes clean."

The main reason American's outlook on Irish people changed was that most Irishmen took up fighting for the Union in the Civil War. I make this argument, not because I think the Irish suffered more than African slaves. I don't say this in means of trying to erase the struggles of the African slaves. I do not think that any of our ancestors should have been treated the way they were. I mean to say that the Irish did in fact suffer. Irish people were treated wrongly on the basis of...nothing. Simply because my ancestors hailed from the shores of Eire, they were treated with malice. And I write this simply because I want people to remember. I want people to understand what happened.

On Saint Patrick's Day this year, next year, and for the many years to come, I want people to embrace the Irish culture. I want the folks of Irish heritage to not be ashamed of where they come from; to not be ashamed to share their culture the way I have for many years. I want everyone to have a beer, wear some green, eat a potato or two, and dance the Irish step; to celebrate the history of Irish people with a bit more understanding than before.

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