13 Of The Most Relatable Quotes From "10 Things I Hate About You"
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13 Of The Most Relatable Quotes From "10 Things I Hate About You"

Featuring Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger, the 1999 rom-com "10 Things I Hate About You" is probably one of the most iconic movies ever.

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13 Of The Most Relatable Quotes From "10 Things I Hate About You"

The 1999 rom-com "10 Things I Hate About You" is filled with iconic scenes, gorgeous characters and (of course) relatable quotes. Here are 13 of these quotes:


1. Whelmed

"I know you can be overwhelmed and you can be underwhelmed, but can you ever just be whelmed?"

2. PMS

"My insurance does not cover PMS!"

3. You deserve what you want.

"Don't let anyone ever make you feel like you don't deserve what you want."

4. Crying

"Did you make anyone cry today?"

5. Asshole Day

"What is it, asshole day?"

6. Planet Loser

"Where did you come from? Planet Loser?"

7. Privilege

"I guess in this society, being male and an asshole makes you worthy of our time."

8. You suck!

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"You suck!"

9. We're screwed!

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"We're screwed!"

10. Stereotypes

11. Transparency

"Am I that transparent?"

12. Pretty Privilege

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"You know, just because you're beautiful doesn't mean you can treat people like they don't matter."

13. And probably the most iconic quote ever...

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"But mostly, I hate the way I don't hate you, not even close."

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