This Sunday night, 20-somethings everywhere will be pulling their crop tops out of summer storage and dancing on their own to Icona Pop to herald the return of the critically acclaimed HBO series "Girls." Much of the show's accolades stem from the fact that it's one of the most genuine shows on television and accurately offers a glimpse into the lives of Millennials in New York. Personally, I find myself saying stuff like "I'm such a Marnie," "that was so Hannah of you," "Shosh would totes wear that" or "Jessa has that same fedora." But, with all of the things that ring true, there are also those that starkly stand out as silly and unbelievable. Read on for some of the most realistic and applicable aspects of "Girls," as well as those moments that haven't happened to any 20-something ever ... at least none that I've ever met.
Hannah’s relationship with her parents. Post-college life is the first time 20-somethings are forced to truly become independent. Most collegeRead More »from Everything ‘Girls’ Gets Right (and Completely Wrong) About Life in Your 20s