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Cartoonist and illustrator Sarah Andersen perfectly captured the joys and pitfalls of being a young twentysomething in these black-and-white drawings.
Brooklyn-based Anderson says that although her comics are about herself, she tries to capture universal experiences. She told BuzzFeed News: “I like to believe that a lot of people relate to my character because many people go through the same things.”
Have a look below at her witty cartoons below to see how they perfectly capture:
1. What we do every day on social media…
2. …and how we feel when someone tags us in a photo on Facebook.
3. What we do if an attractive person approaches us…
4. …the scarily good Facebook-stalking we do if we meet up with those people…
5. …and what we end up doing on Valentine’s Day.
6. What runs through our mind when we’re at school…
7. …and how we react when we bump into those people later on in life.
8. How our thinking about friends has changed over time…
9. …and how we’ll never make new friends.
10. How we become more and more socially reclusive…
11. …and how what we “should” be doing is a distant dream.
12. How we haven’t quite figured out…
13. …how to be a functioning adult.
14. How we feel about the future…
15. …and the lies we tell people.
16. How we can change our opinions on having children in a matter of seconds…
17. …but also, if we ever have them, what we’ll one day be saying to our descendants.
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1. Mark Pellegrino seems like a pretty affable guy.
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I mean, look, he’s smiling and everything.
2. And yet, when you see Mark Pellegrino on any TV show, there’s a good chance he’s a bad guy.
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You can bet on it.
3. You might remember him from Dexter.
He played Paul Bennett, Rita’s ex-husband and the father of Astor and Cody. Paul was locked up after beating and raping Rita, but he was eventually let out thanks to good behavior. Clearly Dexter had to take issues into his own hands. Good riddance.
4. Or maybe from Supernatural.
He played Lucifer. It doesn’t get much more evil than that. Even after Sam escaped from Hell, Lucifer continued to torment him in hallucinations. To be fair, Mark Pellegrino was actually playing Nick, an innocent man possessed by Lucifer. But whatever, he’s basically the Devil.
5. You at least know him from Lost.
He played Jacob. But wait, you say, Jacob wasn’t a villain! FALSE. I know we’re supposed to think Jacob is a force for good — and sure, whatever, maybe he is — but he totally manipulated a lot of people to protect his goddamn island. Sounds like a villain to me.
6. Did you watch Chuck? He showed up there, too.
He played a Fulcrum agent, obviously.
7. Or how about SyFy’s Being Human?
He played Bishop, the leader of a vampire coven in Boston. Aidan eventually killed him, but he still pops up in flashbacks, draining innocent people and having really bad hair. What is it about vampires and bad hair, anyway?
8. Most recently, you might have seen Mark Pellegrino on Revolution.
Did you guess he was a member of the evil Militia? Yep. Jeremy Baker commands a unit of over 50 men, and he’ll stop at nothing to find rebel camps. (And to kill everyone inside. You know how it is.)
9. Next up, he’ll star in The Tomorrow People.
He’ll play Dr. Jedikiah Price, “an evolutionary biologist committed to containing the threat posed by the ‘Tomorrow People,’ whom he believes to be a grave danger to the human race.” That’s right. He’s a villain.
10. Don’t act so shocked.
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