ME TOO!!! I CAN’T EITHER!!! THERE WAS JUST SO MUCH!!
Famke Janssen was AMAZING!
AND SHE’S ANNALISE’S EX-GIRLFRIEND!
‘13 days not 14′ (oliver totes has a countdown app on his phone. anyone you tells you otherwise is a liar)
Michaela being the best at everything
Laurel being the best too
Team Michaela with amazing high-fives (that they totally practiced. you don’t just become amazing at high-fives like that. you have to practice)
Laurel getting Michaela to dance (i need these two to be bffs again. okay? okay)
UNDERGROUND DANCE PARTIES
Wes standing up to Annalise in class!!!
Asher attempting to be a spy and being the worst but also super adorable
Adopted murder twins!! (who are totes more than twins or am i the only one that was all ‘dude get your hands off her neck like that and why do your fingers keep touching?? THIS SEEMS LIKE INAPPROPRIATE SIBLING BEHAVIOR)
Annalise has an ex-girlfriend
Nate has a better lawyer now (which is good bc i’m worried about him. he can’t go to jail!!!)
Frank just accusing everyone of murder (I think our mailman did it, Annalise. He’s always looked shady to me and he always delivers my Hitman’s Weekly to the Hendersons next door.)
Coliver MOVED IN!!!
pillow wall was real
Annalise is bi.
There is so much more but I’m going to be so late for work as it is!!!
I’m drab and a twin. My sister is hugely supportive of anything LGBTQ and I love her for that. In my head, I know she’ll support me when I come out to her. But I don’t want this twin bond thing to go away, because we lack this one thing. I’m scared it’ll be too tough for her to accept that her twin sister, whom she’s been steadily growing closer to over the years, isn’t actually that at all.
This sounds familiar!! When my identical twin brother came out, I was happy and worried (only because being transgender did NOT sound easy at all), and absolutely not surprised. I knew I’d never had a normal, girly sister; I’d interacted with my twin as I would with a boy ever since middle school.
Once he came out, his life and his outlook changed drastically for the better. Our bond grew stronger as he transitioned, and he became more confident and happier. –insertcaffeine
I’m a twin too and when I came out to her she was very supportive. She told me that to her I was always her brother. She supports me when I need someone to talk or feeling down in fact it strengthened our twin bond because we got closer l. –912-love
Hunny your sister will love you no matter what. My twin sister (im male) are super close. Plus if ur sister fully supports LGBTQA+ she will totes understand –Bennett Smith