Words to live by, if I ever heard them.
I have a jerk enemy I would like to introduce her to.
What if I'm my own worst enemy?
It makes sense, the enemy should be the polar opposite and more appealing.
You know what that Wonder Woman T-shirt means ...
In a way she's doing him a favor really. See, she hooks up with his enemy, and he in regret becomes a stronger character. It's really some fine Zoom thinking.
I really like how it's doesn't have to be a guy she hates, or even a guy she doesn't like. Just a guy she's not into.I wonder if it has to be guys that ask her out that she's not into, or if she just goes to bars and scopes out people and says, "Huh. That guy looks like a putz. I'm gonna find out who he doesn't like, and screw that person's brains out," and that's like the entire guiding principle behind her romantic decisions.
Do regular people have enemies?
Yet another of the billion reasons I'm glad I'm gay.
What if she's not into either me or my enemy?
Honey, if you look anything like that drawing's representation of you, I don't think you'll be getting with anyone.
What if his enemy became his enemy by giving his sister herpes?
I wish I had an enemy...
ANd the enemy of my enemy?