Flaws only a protagonist could have.

/Flaws only a protagonist could have.

“You’re so noble,” the villain sneered, because he’d totally expected him to do that noble thing he’d just done but he was totally secretly impressed. “Not like me. I do whatever I want. So why do I secretly admire and maybe even love you a little bit?”

“Whoa,” he said.

“Wait,” the villain said. “I didn’t mean to say that last part. What I meant was why does your goodness shine through the light of my evil deeds and make me wish I was worth of you somehow?”

“Wait,” the villain said again. “You’re noble in a bad way, not a good way,” but it was too late. He was secretly good now, and they were going to become heroic friends.

–“Heroic friends”. Is that what they’re calling it these days?

2014-07-03T05:17:57+00:003rd July, 2014|Tags: humor, pop culture|Comments Off on Flaws only a protagonist could have.