2."Aladdin. Why is this compulsive, lying criminal the 'diamond in the rough'? I mean, he and his accomplice literally kill two street performers trying to evade the police in the beginning, not to mention breaking and entering, petty theft, and destruction of property. He scams Genie out of a wish and then almost doesn't free him. He has Abu transmogrified against his will. His relationship with Jasmine is completely based on lies."
4."Tom from Tom and Jerry. He used to earn what was coming to him by seeking out Jerry, like when he was using Jerry as a pool cue. The further the series went, the writer decided to often do away with the setup and have Jerry being the one to torment him for no reason."
9."Edward and Bella from Twilight. She has zero personality and drops everyone and everything for the first edgy boy she comes across. And he's a manipulative, controlling, toxic asshole who eventually gets her killed."
12."Lockwood from Wuthering Heights or Walter Hartright from The Woman in White. They're both unreliable narrators who are convinced they are romantic chivalric heroes when the text makes it clear they are misogynistic, self-absorbed, and entitled idiots."
13."Rory and Lorelei from Gilmore Girls. I can’t STAND Lorelei. A lot of people who watched the show love her but she’s always annoyed the hell out of me, and I find her parents more likable, TBH. Rory's main issue is that everyone put her on a pedestal, didn’t say no to her enough, and she was hell-bent on not acknowledging how rich she actually was."
14."Goku from Dragon Ball Z, hands down. He's single-minded and neglects his family in favor of his idiot savantism for fighting. Will literally put everyone's lives at stake just for an entertaining fight."
17."Ariel from The Little Mermaid. She abandons her family for some dude she saw once. Left the ocean for three days. No one knew where she was and was worried sick, and then her actions almost destroyed her entire kingdom. Selfish, spoiled brat!"