A ridiculously good-looking, wildly attractive, super handsome Sparkitor once said, "It is not my strengths that define me, but my weaknesses—which include, but are not limited to, my inexplicable sweatiness, my gigantic forehead, and my baffling inability to construct a paper airplane that will fly further than .85 inches." And yes, as you've no doubt guessed, that Sparkitor was ME (AND PAPER AIRPLANES ARE HARD, DAMMIT).
I'm a big believer of the idea that a person's faults are often the very things that make them interesting, beautiful, and even human; sure, talent, charisma, and effortless skill are great, but how UNBEARABLY DULL would our favorite books be if every character were free of shortcomings?! So today, in honor of all of our perfect imperfections, we're going to take a look at the flaws of some of the most beloved fictional characters ever created. GET READY FOR A PERSONALITY TRAIT BREAKDOWN THE LIKES OF WHICH THE LITERARY WORLD HAS NEVER SEEN. (My ego is still hurting from the who paper airplane reveal. I'M TRYING TO BOOST MY SELF ESTEEM THROUGH UNFOUNDED CLAIMS AND ALL-CAPS.)