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dailydot:

How Tina Belcher became everyone’s favorite awkward teen hero
Tina’s relatability is not widespread, but specific to a younger generation. That’s not to say that older people don’t find the show funny, too, but the brusque sincerity Tina possesses rings distinctively true for millennials, a group too often characterized as wild and artificial. Consider that a poll from last year found Bob’s Burgers viewers to be among the poorest; it’s not hard to understand why a bunch of low-income twentysomethings would flock to a show that portrays a struggling family with all different types of personalities, one of whom is a daughter that internalizes those struggles and that of her adolescence in a way which looks remarkably familiar.  




Furthermore, Tina isn’t just a millennial paragon, she’s a paragon of millennial femininity. Her awkward, budding sexuality isn’t just funny and relatable, it’s essential. 
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dailydot:

How Tina Belcher became everyone’s favorite awkward teen hero

Tina’s relatability is not widespread, but specific to a younger generation. That’s not to say that older people don’t find the show funny, too, but the brusque sincerity Tina possesses rings distinctively true for millennials, a group too often characterized as wild and artificial. Consider that a poll from last year found Bob’s Burgers viewers to be among the poorest; it’s not hard to understand why a bunch of low-income twentysomethings would flock to a show that portrays a struggling family with all different types of personalities, one of whom is a daughter that internalizes those struggles and that of her adolescence in a way which looks remarkably familiar. 

Furthermore, Tina isn’t just a millennial paragon, she’s a paragon of millennial femininity. Her awkward, budding sexuality isn’t just funny and relatable, it’s essential.

[READ MORE]

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sivaganesh 12/11/91
my mum says i'm special on the inside.
someday,you'll have to drop your ice cream if you want to reach for the sky.