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Gossip Girl is undoubtedly one of the most chic teen shows of our generation. Exquisite designer dresses, amusing cat-fights, whirlwind romances, gorgeous men to swoon over, fairytale weddings in Vera Wang gowns, and who can forget Kristen Bell’s stunning voiceover – the show had all it took to grip audiences for six straight seasons.
However, the show hasn’t won hearts simply for it’s entertainment value, but also teaches us some of the most crucial lessons of life which are listed below.
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Serena Van der Woodsen, the bohemian fashionista and "Queen B," Blair Waldorf had their several highs and lows, but still clinged on to each other till the end.
Brooklyn boy Dan Humphrey had the whole Upper East Side wrapped around his fingers as the one and only Gossip Girl! Also, he did end up winning his dream girl and becoming a hot shot author.
Serena dated more men than we can count, Chuck and Blair shared an intense love-hate relationship, Dan was a bit lost when it came to love and Nate had a thing for older women. Nevertheless, all of them eventually ended up with the person they were meant to be with for the rest of their lives.
You don't have to be guilty of bossing around people if you can get them to work for you.
Chuck and Blair waited it out to get established in their respective careers. If it weren't for it, they would definitely have parted ways later to make their dreams come true.
Georgina Sparks magically re-appeared during times of crisis ,and Jack Bass remained at the centre of all (most) mischief. However, they made sure to be around when it was time to save the day.
Gossip Girl's incessant torturing of the Upper East Siders made us realize that social media can burn, if handled carelessly.
We do dresses and stilettos, fitted suits and sleek shoes. Anything else is simply a waste of our time.
Chuck Bass believed he could run his own empire at the mere age of 18. He turned out beating his own father at it.
In the face of true love, you don't just give up; even if the object of your affection is begging you to.