Five Times Hanna Marin Spoke My Language
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Five Times Hanna Marin Spoke My Language

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Five Times Hanna Marin Spoke My Language
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For anyone who has ever seen the famous TV drama, Pretty Little Liars, they would know just how many hilarious, ridiculous moments Hanna Marin has had. Some of her moments are so dumb it is funny, some of her moments are so realistic we can recall a time we felt the same way. No matter what the moment was it made us laugh.

Pretty Little Liars can become quite intense there is no doubt about that. Between figuring out who A is, or who is going to get killed next there is always an 'edge of the seat' moment. Hanna's character was the perfect touch to create a show filled with mystery, comedy, and romance.

Here is a little appreciation post to Hanna Marin for easing the mood when I was about ready to jump out of my seat, and making statements that are so relatable to life it is almost as if I said it myself.

1. Don't apologize, because it doesn't mean anything. So... don't

We all have had those moments where we are having a very heated discussion and our mouth is moving faster than our brain. You may have a really strong point to make but just can't seem to get the right words out in a timely man ner for it to be a valid argument, so you end up just settling for whatever comes out and call it good, kinda like Hanna did here.

2. I can't go around without a phone. That's like going around without a brain.

10 years ago nobody would have been able to relate to this statement, nowadays we all know exactly what she means. Would some of us survive without a phone, probably. Would some of us go through withdrawals, definitely. Technology has become so advanced our lives are basically contained in that small metal rectangle. Therefore, no Hanna you cannot go around without a phone.

3. Hey, can you cheat on a blood test?

Ever been in a situation that you know you cannot get out of no matter what but you just hope and pray there is a way? Whether it is an exam, the dentist, or a family gathering there is just no choice, you hav e to show up, that's how Hanna felt here too.

4. It's like a big bowl of spaghetti that's all tangled. Have you ever untangled spaghetti?

We all have those days where we are seriously trying so hard just to hold it together for a few more hours but literally, nothing is going our way. No matter how much we try everything is just a giant mess that seems to only be getting messier. Or in Hanna's words, it's just a big bowl of tangled up spaghetti.

5. Sometimes you poke the bear and other times the bear pokes you.

This is one of those embarrassing, awkward moments we have all had where we say something that makes sense in our mind but the other people just look at us like we are crazy. Or maybe you have told a joke or a story that you think is hilarious but the other people just do that weird half laugh because they either do not get it or just don't find it funny. Don't worry Hanna we have all been there before.

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