Who always think, think and think, overthinking is her biggest character flaw;
She overthink. She over love. She over feel.
She either wants everything or nothing;
She is the depth of stormy sea…
So Here she thinks, she is just so overqualified for this ordinary and stoned world.
Who most of time prefer to be alone so she could understand the storm of her feelings and make it stop or reach out to the shore.
Who doesn’t wanna add anyone or any of their bit of thing in her overwhelmed life. Because
She already has a full list of hobbies and interests and not enough hours in the day to enjoy them all.
Who is just so personal and mysterious, she loves mystery that much she also become one,
She can share her things to completely stranger ones, but she just can’t tell or open up herself to her close ones might be because she’s just so overrated to be judged?
Here she’s only believe in coffee ☕️
Fine now you’ve been much curious to
Know about her all, who’s she?
Where she lives? And all
So let’s make her introduce. 💁♀️
She is an unfashionably dressed, 🙋♀️highly intellectual, 🙇♀️entirely pessimistic about life altogether, cynical, and sarcastic teenage girl 👩🏻🎤who is portrayed as an icon of sanity in an insane household in an equally insane upper middle classsuburb. 🙅♀️
John Allemang said that Daria is “both the disappointment of her overachieving parents and an frustration with overwhelmed people for the looks, fashion and speaking really lot.🤫
She had moved to a new school, having transferred from the one. Glenn Eichler said, in relation to Daria, he was a co-creator, “I like to think that I’ve helped her come out of her shell.”🙂
Some people described Daria as “the anti-cheerleader, the un-social climber, ruthless, overrated and the drugged eye.😱😞
One added that Daria “may look like a misfit, but the catch is that Daria’s the only fit one in the artificial and over-dramatic society. 😐🙃
Daria states in the beginning that she does not have low self esteem: she has low esteem for everybody else.🤷🏻♀️
Some says about her that “The secret of Daria’s popularity (everywhere but in her own home and school) may be our collective alienation.”🤭😬
One says that “her tastes are a little dark.” 🙄🤫As an example, he used the fact that she reads “Howl” by Allen Ginsberg at a reading to the elderly program.🤔😦
Eichler said, “Apparently everyone, with the exception of a very few people who were hit on the head when they were very young, felt like they were outsiders. You either identify with her as an outsider or you sort of envy her ability to navigate her life as an outsider and stay sane.”😐
John J. O’Connor, said “In short, Daria is the perfect anti-Barbie Doll. 😬😶👽
Merchants of fashion and cosmetics are beneath her contempt. Her refusal to be Miss Goody Consumer borders on the truly subversive.”
He concludes that Daria “is every glorious misfit I ever knew.”🤔🙃
Allemang said that Daria “seems more tortured and neurotic, if only because it’s more clear that the airheads have won.” Daria often talks to herself. 😕👩🏫
Allemang adds “in a perky-teen world with its twisted values, he said “There’s nothing intrinsically wrong with Daria, just because she can’t or won’t hang out with the cool kids.”🙂
John J. O’Connor said that Daria has “a withering eye” towards her classmates. 🙃
Emily Nussbaum for Slate would praise the Daria in her critic way; that many disaffected teenagers could relate to and for showing “the flipside of her principled withdrawal from the world: her crippling terror of rejection, a streak of ugly self-righteousness”.🙂🙋♀️
At lasts you can more guess about her tastes in shows as ‘Daria likes to watch the fictitious television show Sick, Sad World with her best friend Jane.🤔🙂👐
Dariathe show’s title character and protagonist.