23 years' worth of soap opera romance condensed into 6 minutes


11 Responses to “23 years' worth of soap opera romance condensed into 6 minutes”

  1. Anonymous says:

    They should rename this “Everyone F*cks Everyone”

  2. Anonymous says:

    Who are you and apparently – according to the website “I write Like…” (http://iwl.me), I write like you!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Oh, please. Soap operas are for pure entertainment purposes only. If you’ve never followed one for a period of time, you have no idea what you’re talking about.

    As for as human lives lost, how is watching hours of primetime every night any different. If you did a summary of ER or Lost or Friends, would it be much different?

  4. irksome says:

    Won’t someone please find a way to blame this on Pres. Obama?

  5. gbmbg says:

    So, basically, soap opera storylines are like comic book storylines, except that sex and superpowers switch places.

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  7. Bulone says:

    I can’t even watch this 6 mins recapitulation to the end; I can’t imagine how anyone can watch this for 23 freaking years; or there’s no such person.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I have a solution! Polyamory.

  9. Anonymous says:

    It is mindblowing to consider how many people spent so much time following this series over the years. In aggregation, that’s many, many complete human lives wasted. I’m glad we’ve now progressed out of that dark pre-internet era! Today we know better and use our time more productively. Ok, gotta go, time for my daily round of checking cool cat videos on youtube. Later!

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