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What If All Of Breckin Meyer’s Best Roles Were The Same Role?!
Breckin Meyer’s character in Clueless is like a stoned skateboarder who then cleans up his life and then is seen hanging out with Donald Faison at the end of the movie. Then Breckin Meyer’s character in Can’t Hardly Wait plays in the band Loveburger with Donald Faison. He then, in Road Trip, goes off to college, forgetting about his high school band and then ends up banging Amy Smart (this is important). Towards the end of college he gets a call from Donald Faison saying that Loveburger ended up getting signed to a major label and they’re getting back together… as Du Jour! In Josie And The Pussycats. And they become superstars and then their careers are kind of ruined at the end and Breckin Meyer decides to go use his political science degree, that is until a millionaire offers him a ton of money hidden in a locker somewhere. Now, he’s a little reserved because he’s trying to clean his life up, except then he meets back up with Amy Smart! Whoa! Told you that was important. And that’s the end of that… or is it?

What If All Of Breckin Meyer’s Best Roles Were The Same Role?!

Breckin Meyer’s character in Clueless is like a stoned skateboarder who then cleans up his life and then is seen hanging out with Donald Faison at the end of the movie. Then Breckin Meyer’s character in Can’t Hardly Wait plays in the band Loveburger with Donald Faison. He then, in Road Trip, goes off to college, forgetting about his high school band and then ends up banging Amy Smart (this is important). Towards the end of college he gets a call from Donald Faison saying that Loveburger ended up getting signed to a major label and they’re getting back together… as Du Jour! In Josie And The Pussycats. And they become superstars and then their careers are kind of ruined at the end and Breckin Meyer decides to go use his political science degree, that is until a millionaire offers him a ton of money hidden in a locker somewhere. Now, he’s a little reserved because he’s trying to clean his life up, except then he meets back up with Amy Smart! Whoa! Told you that was important. And that’s the end of that… or is it?


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  2. babrahamlincoln reblogged this from ryanhatesthis and added:
    Breckin Meyer is the greatest actor who’s ever lived
  3. gifthorsedentistry reblogged this from ryanhatesthis and added:
    Real things we’ve all thought about
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