Spend An Entire Day In Hollywood And We’ll Tell You Which “Bojack Horseman” Character You’re Most Like
You have a hard time seeing past your own problems – a flaw that can lead you to be destructive towards yourself and others. Being friends with you is both frustrating and rewarding, hopefully in equal measure. You are successful despite tour flaws, and people are drawn to you even when you push them away. You want to be good, but you also kind of don’t? Whatever, it’s complicated. You wonder if it’s possible for you to change. It totally is. You know, probably.
So you’re a bit of a workaholic. It might not be healthy, but it’s who you are, and damn if you’re not good at what you do. You are generous and compulsively care for others, but struggle to accept help when it is offered to you. You’d probably be better adjusted if you didn’t try to do everything yourself, but your work ethic, moxie, and wonderful way with words means you always land on your feet.
You’ve always kind of drifted through life, and honestly it’s worked out pretty great so far? You’ve got powerful friends, a roof over your head, and enough crazy stories to fill at least two best-sellers. You’ve got plenty of time on your hands, and you’re always willing to spend it with a friend that needs your help. You’ve avoided plans and labels because you’re afraid of limiting who you might become, but you’re beginning to realize that you might need to do a little planning if you want to take care of yourself.
You have high standards and strong moral convictions, and you beat yourself up when you fail to live up to your own expectations. You’re talented, but struggle to succeed in an exceedingly upbeat world. Sometimes you catch yourself thinking that you’re better than the people around you, then immediately hate yourself for it. You’re kind of a mess and that’s okay. You try to be better than you are, and you make other people want to be better too.
You are a good, good dog. People might view your relentless positivity as fake, but it’s as real as the nose on your face (and how many people in Hollywoo can say that?) Your joie de vivre is infectious, and lifts the spirits of everyone around you. You might be naïve, but you’re not dumb. However, your optimism sometimes translates into a lack of self-awareness, leading you to rush forward without considering the consequences.
You went to Barnard and all you got was this lousy bachelor’s degree. Educated but under-stimulated, you channel your intelligence into cynicism and a biting wit. You feel deeply, but are unable to express your love to those around you, and your inability to be vulnerable can leave you feeling isolated. A therapist might be able to help you come to terms with your tragic past, but you are wary of doctors. As far as you know, there’s no cure for being yourself.
Sometimes you feel like life is a pun that you don’t understand. You might have thick skin, or you might just not notice when people are mocking you. Either way you move through a difficult world relatively unscathed. Yes, you’re a little out of sync, but you also have a unique perspective and a dedication to your work that few can match. You have feelings and care for the people in your life, though to a casual observer you might seem unemotional. Your trouble with subtle cues is an ongoing challenge in both your personal and your professional life.