As long as we have each other, we’re both gonna be okay.

BW + breakfast, lunch, or dinner at her penthouse

Haven’t you heard? I’m the crazy bitch around here. - Blair Waldorf (Season 1)



Actual Best Friends Blair Waldorf and Dan Humphrey

"Rubies are red, hydrangeas are blue. Chuck’s given his heart away— But guess what, Blair? Not to you."

— dan humphrey, the poet

The point of Gossip Girl was that she was omniscient. She was everybody. She was nobody. She was, essentially, a faceless, nameless entity that represented the general grossness of our voyeuristic, schadenfreude-driven society. She relentlessly exploited young women for the sake of entertainment. She was Perez Hilton at his filthiest, most vile moment, but so much worse, because she was bullying children, not celebrities.

She was not Dan Humphrey.


— Carina Adly MacKenzie, Who Gossip Girl is and why finding out ruined everything

It’s been nice not being friends with you.
Let’s not do it again some time.

"But here’s the thing. This is not about me being bitter over a couple. This is about a show glorifying emotional, verbal and sometimes physical abuse. It’s about insulting everyone’s intelligence by re-writing someone’s character and the entire show when it clearly makes no sense. It’s about zero character development and making nothing of its female leads except becoming wives to men who repeatedly ruined their lives. It’s about forgiving evil because you have a higher social status and making the argument that social mobility is impossible and everyone should support their warped idea of a caste system. And yes, all of it matters because this show is targeted towards impressionable young girls who are going to buy into all of this and not understand the countless insults to their existences that this show propagated."

— Erin Klingsberg on Gossip Girl (x)