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Girls Review: Sex and the City 2.0

I am all alone in my life right now - and i guess watching Hannah is watching myself. I don't think its poorly done-its subjective afterall. So i respect you for that. But for me, it's HBO. Just not your ordinary TV. No wonder why Girls got its Golden Globe and i bet on October, they will snatch the Emmy from Modern Family - which by the way makes me sob as well - with its comprehensible family drama-thing that hits me home too. God bless you all.

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Girls Review: Sex and the City 2.0

i have no clue whatsoever about this wicked show. yes, i see it relatively on Monday nights on my HBO but never ever did i expect I would fall in love with it so badly. I watched the entire 2 seasons in 2 days. I was honestly impressed with how "humanish" it was. The characters are us-relatable, lovable, hate-able and all there is for humans. And i honestly love it. I root for them and never ever did i expect that the Season 2 Finale would literally put me in tears. I dont know why, but somehow, i knew them very well that i feel like they're part of my world now. I cried. I am emotional. I get that. And so it was so easy for Hannah doing her OCD break my heart and just went crying. I felt so moved by the simplicity of it all. I felt for her. Being downhill is where i am right now and somehow i have got NO ONE who actually knows what i am going through. And at the very same spot, it hits me home. I may not have OCD and i may not have my Adam - but i am Hannah - vulnerable, incapable of some things, capable for most - human, caring and longing for belongingness. I actually cried becos i saw myself in her - able to fully comprehend what it feels like to be on a downhill slope. She never mentioned God in any of her speeches - but thankfully I did. I went to church as soon as i finished watching and asked God to guide me more and make me stronger - cos i have no Adam, no Marnie, no Jessa, no Shoshana.

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Girls Review: Sex and the City 2.0

i have no clue whatsoever about this wicked show. yes, i see it relatively on Monday nights on my HBO but never ever did i expect I would fall in love with it so badly. I watched the entire 2 seasons in 2 days. I was honestly impressed with how "humanish" it was. The characters are us-relatable, lovable, hate-able and all there is for humans. And i honestly love it. I root for them and never ever did i expect that the Season 2 Finale would literally put me in tears. I dont know why, but somehow, i knew them very well that i feel like they're part of my world now. I cried. I am emotional. I get that. And so it was so easy for Hannah doing her OCD break my heart and just went crying. I felt so moved by the simplicity of it all. I felt for her. Being downhill is where i am right now and somehow i have got NO ONE who actually knows what i am going through. And at the very same spot, it hits me home. I may not have OCD and i may not have my Adam - but i am Hannah - vulnerable, incapable of some things, capable for most - human, caring and longing for belongingness. I actually cried becos i saw myself in her - able to fully comprehend what it feels like to be on a downhill slope. She never mentioned God in any of her speeches - but thankfully I did. I went to church as soon as i finished watching and asked God to guide me more and make me stronger - cos i have no Adam, no Marnie, no Jessa, no Shoshana. I am all alone in my life right now - and i guess watching Hannah is watching myself. I don't think its poorly done-its subjective afterall. So i respect you for that. But for me, it's HBO. Just not your ordinary TV. No wonder why Girls got its Golden Globe and i bet on October, they will snatch the Emmy from Modern Family - which by the way makes me sob as well - with its comprehensible family drama-thing that hits me home too. God bless you all.

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