My Life Is A Real Life TV Trope : 3 Amigos Edition

Status: I need to make a new sideblog for feelings.
Song: Girl Next Door by Saving Jane.
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I'm not being bitter or cynical about this arrangement my life is in.

I'm actually grateful I have two of the coolest, laidback, independent, non-whiny, non-clingy friends ever in the history of friendships.

However, I've realized my life has became a cliche trope. Not just any trope. It's the trope that has been used so many times in Disney shows and other pre-teen tv shows.


In this show, I'm Chelsea, that weird , ditzy girl.

In which I am Willow from Buffy The Vampire Slayer who at some point fell in love with a lady witch and turned evil. Then, she became Lily in How I Met Your Mother.



I hope I am Hermione in this relationship trope. 


Guess which one I am. YAY almost nonexistent Miranda.





That slightly evil friend in iCarly? ME!


That less important NOT MILEY CYRUS friend.





ON THE BRIGHTSIDE, I'M SASUKE who also turned evil.


I've always see myself as the sidekick. Mostly that selfish sidekick who would turned evil at some point and betrayed my friends in the end.

I'm like Castiel; always feel like he doesn't belong and 'fans' always question his existence in the show and his role as deus ex machina. Some fans even demand for Castiel to be killed off.


Most probably why he proclaimed himself as God at the end of season 6. 

But in Cas' own words;




As such, Castiel has gradually became one of my favourite characters in Supernatural and a character I've come to defend and protect. He was just another character that was supposed to be killed off after 3 episodes but defied everything, onscreen and off-screen, and became a regular alongside Dean and Sam.

Even his arc is much more interesting than Dean/Sam brotherly domestic recycled plot.

What I've learned from Castiel, the fate-defying character is that everyone is the main character in their own story. No matter how much you feel like you're the less important person in people's point of view, you are the hero in your own story.

You should treat yourself like one.

I should be too.

Hence, this quote that inspired me to write this post.
Treat yourself the way you treat your favorite characters. Look into your back-story to understand your current plot. Sympathize with yourself. Recognize your flaws, and appreciate your strengths. Defend yourself. Cheer yourself on when you go into battle. Appreciate every relationship you make and always look for hidden potential. You’re the protagonist in your story. You’re the main character. You’re the hero.
Treat yourself like one. - (x) 

Note: Yes. This TV Trope is very interesting. I shall make more post using tv trope and connect it with my life. 

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