How Your Relationship Will End Based On Your Favorite ’80s Movie
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As millenials and Gen Zers, a lot of what we know about life came via the wisdom taken from ’80s movies. These films taught us about life, love, and the pursuit of happiness. However, they also mapped out some of the most basic personality flaws that curse us to this day.
No plot, no problem: ’80s Film Plots That Would Never Work Today
Your favorite ’80s movie says a lot about who you are as a person. We here at Mandatory also think it can predict how your relationship will end. Find out now before a breakup takes you by surprise.
She leaves you for a guy named Michael who rides a motorcycle.
You get super wasted at her work Christmas party and pass out. She spends the night cozying up to her very powerful boss. Nine months later, that very powerful boss starts paying child support and you're out of the picture entirely.
You both do molly at a party. You excuse yourself to go to the bathroom, but end up in a closet making out with a stranger. She catches you, but you're too high to stop and apologize.
'The Breakfast Club'
She tells you she loves you, but has outgrown the relationship. Weeks later at the local brunch spot you realize she's grown into a tall guy named Todd.
'Back To The Future'
You tell her you hooked up with your stepmother one summer after college. She can't let it go and you have to end things.
They tell you they're trans and you're not open-minded enough to give it a shot.
Her friends hate you and force her to end things. You bang on the DL every time you run into each other at parties.
'Fast Times At Ridgemont High'
You get her pregnant.
You leave her for a volleyball player you meet while day drinking at the beach.
You tell her you're going out to get cigarettes and will be right back. You never return.
She goes on Antiques Roadshow and is told a painting she bought at a garage sale is a Rembrandt. You call her for weeks after hearing the news, but eventually, her number's disconnected.
Now that you know how your relationship will tank, are still a ‘Top Gun’? Or do you have to change your favorite ’80s flick to have a better outcome? Let us know in the comments.