To All The Boys I've Loved Before Fans Are Sharing Love Letters On Twitter
Everyone is currently obsessing over new Netflix rom com To All The Boys I've Loved Before, and now the film has sparked fans to share their own love letters on Twitter.
If you haven't managed to watch the movie that's got the internet talking, then without giving too much away, it follows the story of 16-year-old Lara Jean (Lana Candor). The teen writes a letter to every boy she's ever loved, keeping them all safely inside a hat box for her eyes only.
But these letters are somehow posted to all of her high school crushes, and chaos ensues. She then fakes a relationship with one of these guys, Peter Kavinsky, to make everyone else jealous and avoid being humiliated.
Clearly inspired by the flick, fans are sharing their own love letters over on Twitter after a little encouragement by Netflix, and some of them are adorable.
The streaming site has been tagging the letters recipients on Twitter, keeping whoever sent them completely anonymous.
"You are an amazing guy and I hope you know that. From spotting you in middle school to becoming your girl in high school, I would have never known that a romantic fantasy can come true. You treat me like a queen and I am thankful for you. I don't know what the future holds but I know one thing. You are my Peter Kavinsky," read one of the letters.
And another shared: "You give me the biggest butterflies. No, not butterflies. You give me the whole damn zoo. Love u so much, you are my life."
"I've liked you for a while, but I just haven't been able to gather the courage to say anything about it to you. You're funny, smart, talented, and truly a one-of-a-kind person. Anybody would be lucky to have you as your girl," penned a third.
Others sent love letters to the film's leading stars, Lana Candor (Lara Jean) and Noah Centineo (Peter).
"You are endlessly beautiful and inspiring. You are such a kindhearted and amazing woman. Thank you for everything for helping girls like me feel seen," wrote another fan.
The film is based on the best-selling 2014 YA novel by Jenny Han of the same name, and it premiered on 17th August over on the subscription streaming service ready for a binge watch.
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