Our views on love and relationships are affected by pop culture in so many helpful and hurtful ways. It might be entertaining to watch disastrous on-screen couples, but it’s really time we stop and question our OTP (One True Pairing).
Even the most loved and well-known couples can be an example of toxic behavior. Some are portrayed straight out there making it obvious, while the rest are more subtle, covered up with a heartstring-tugging soundtrack. This behavior is shown as either redeemable or simply romantic.
Here is a list of toxic film and TV couples that we have accidentally romanticized for years. I can’t be the only one who thinks they were toxic for each other, right?
Many other toxic on-screen couples could make the list but the aforementioned are the top ones for me. Which on-screen couple do you think is the most toxic? Let us know in the comments section below.
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