I thought the guy who plays Peter Kavinsky was super hot…then I looked at his Twitter

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I thought the guy who plays Peter Kavinsky was super hot…then I looked at his Twitter

You know who’s beautiful?? Read that first word again ???

If you were on Tumblr in 2011, you deserve not only a veteran's discount but also some kind of stipend from the government for surviving one of the darkest chapters in human history. In between obviously fake stories about high school encounters, self-proclaimed SuperWhoLockians, and Just Girly Things, we had to face the supreme evil: fake inspirational messages. Mostly inscrutable, mostly patronizing, mostly by men. But we left all that behind! Well, not we, I guess. Noah Centineo, perma-tan heartthrob and star of To All The Boys I've Loved Before, never quite grew out of this cringe phase.

One trip to that beautiful bastard's Twitter account is like stepping into a time machine, except it takes me back to senior year of high school instead of anywhere with dinosaurs. I encourage you to hit a weed vape pen and then have a look at this gem:

I'm not sure what's worse: that sentence, or the fact that 122k people were like, "Yeah, that speaks to me!" And I'm not a hater of pseudo-inspirational messages — I follow like, five Instagram accounts dedicated to romantic French words and grainy pictures of naked couples. This is just words in a random order. And then there's stuff like this:

"Haha idk I'm just kind of random xD I like to have fun and be weeeird!" is what that picture says to me. I really, really thought we left being ~~~qUiRkY back in the first Obama term, right along with the iteration of Teen Vogue that only featured rich Chapin girls in their Upper West Side bedrooms! But maybe this is only highlighting my own ignorance. As my final piece of evidence, I would like to introduce this shit:

It makes me wanna yell giiiirl shut up but then I look at his face and I hold my tongue. Because my god is he crazy stupid hot. But I've come to terms with this: it's not Noah Centineo I want rearranging my guts — it's Peter Kavinsky. And Peter Kavinsky, as far as I know, does not have Twitter. Bless up.