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Jennifer Anis­ton

If you were a sound, you would be womp womp. You’re like a sad clown. People don’t laugh with you, they laugh di­rectly into your face hole and then steal your lunch money. You’re such an easy tar­get that even nice people and ba­bies like to screw with you. What hap­pened to your dig­nity? Stop be­ing such a sucker! Re­mem­ber when Stu­art Smal­ley said, “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it, people like me!” It’s may not be true, but start say­ing it any­way!


Joan Rivers

Sure, maybe some­times you walk out of the bath­room stall with tis­sue paper on your shoe or you trip over your own feet at the Os­cars, but people still re­spect you. You’re not what any­one would call in­tim­i­dat­ing, but you can still throw some shade. If you want to ex­per­i­ment with feel­ing more au­thor­i­ta­tive, pull on a blazer and prac­tice some power poses. Other­wise, you got this.


Naomi Camp­bell

When Dar­win wrote about sur­vival of the fittest, he was totes pic­tur­ing you. You are the hu­man equiv­a­lent of fiveinch black stilet­tos. #Se­ri­ousBiz­ness. Ev­ery­one wants to know your opin­ion, and when you speak, the room goes silent. People even bring you ran­dom gifts like tick­ets to see Brit­ney in Ve­gas. Use your power for good! You have the per­fect per­son­al­ity to pull off a Ponzi scheme. Re­sist!

Juli­ette from Nashville Kather­ine from The Vam­pire Diaries Ash­ley from Re­venge Cer­sei from Game Of Thrones Sue from Glee

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