There’s something about fall that brings out the “Basic B” in all of us. As the temperature starts cooling down, we can’t help but get excited about becoming our most basic selves.
After all, it’s the perfect time to sip on a pumpkin spice latte, cozy up in flannel shirts and leggings, and decorate your house for Halloween.
And if someone tries to bring you down for being basic, don’t give it a second thought. You’re the one winning here, in your comfy outfit and “good vibes only” mood. There’s nothing wrong with being basic/ You happen to enjoy the same things that many others enjoy.
This season, we’re all about embracing our inner basic B, starting with these hilarious (and painfully accurate) tweets. Keep reading to get in on the fun.
Our thoughts and prayers go to you during this difficult time.
The Queen of premature holiday celebrations.
Your favorite oversized sweatshirt.
*Steals another one immediately.*
Because you can never have too many blankets.
The most wonderful time of the year!
They both involve lots tears and many feelings.
Another reason to love fall.
Happy soup season, everyone.
Sometimes it’s hard being this glamorous.
Almost as good as forgetting where your phone is while it’s still in your hand.
Apparently, basic diets existed in the 70s too.
Is this how we’re going to feel about the keto diet in the future?
Hey, whatever works for you.
Seriously though, these bangs just need to grow one more inch.
Apple picking is totally worth the awkwardness of being a third-wheel.
You never know what you’ll find at the bottom of your purse.
We’re all just trying to get that perfect shot at the end of the day.
Our favorite kind of yoga.
It’s really just as therapeutic as the real thing.
Don’t knock it ‘till you’ve tried it?
It’s harder than it looks.
Honestly, we’ve all been there.
Mysterious stomach problems.
If that diet is wrong then we don’t want to be right.
Welcome to the cult of SoulCycle.
One Direction, endless entertainment.
He’s in for a treat.
The kindest thing you could do.
Can we be best friends?