Women In Rom-Coms Sometimes Say The Most Ridiculous Things. Check Out 15 Quotes That Prove It Just Right:
We all love a good rom-coms, even if you aren’t willing to admit it out loud. Getting a good laugh and from a heartfelt story is something each of us enjoys. However, while some rom-coms fill our hearts, some just aren’t as great as they’re made out to be. We’re taking a look at films that had the ladies saying some of the most cringeworthy lines. Honestly, who wrote these?
In Notting Hill, when Anna avowed her love for Will at the bookstore and it turned into anything but romantic.
In Sex and the City, when Carrie and Louise bid each other in the most cringeworthy way possible.
In Crazy, Stupid, Love, when Hannah reacted to Jacob’s shirtless body in the most awkward and unusual way.
In The Wedding Planner, when Mary told Fran the inspiration behind her career as a wedding planner and it was pretty uncomfortable.
In Jerry Maguire, when Dorothy professed her love to Jerry and it wasn’t quoted well.
In 27 Dresses, when Jane learned that Kevin lied about his real identity, and she insulted him in the most Jane way possible.
In Pretty Woman, when Edward asked Vivian what she was seeking out of their relationship, and she gave him the banalest answer: a “fairy tale.”
In Pretty in Pink, when Andie asked Iona if she should go to her senior prom because it was a stupid tradition, and Iona gave her the most melodramatic answer.
In Four Weddings and a Funeral, when Charles told Carrie he loved her in the pouring rain and she was so overwhelmed with joy, she uttered this corny line.
In Valentine’s Day, when Taylor Swift’s character, Felicia, told a news reporter how she first met her boyfriend, and it turned out to be a sickening story.
In Breakfast at Tiffany’s, when Holly made us all cringe before she read the breakup letter from her fiancé, José by saying the dumbest line ever.
In Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, when Paulette gave Elle this bizarre compliment when she saw her in a Fourth of July–inspired outfit.
In Monster-in-Law, when Kevin went to the bathroom and Viola and Charlie threatened each other with the weirdest insults ever.
In Dirty Dancing, when Johnny broke into his own car and Baby gave him this truly uncomfortable compliment.
In Miss Congeniality, when everyone was amazed by Gracie’s new “beautiful makeover,” and she told them off in the cringiest way.
Which one made you cringe the hardest? Share with us in the comment section!