When you love something, you see it everywhere. Now that Suits is on its steady march to the series finale (only four episodes left!), we're realizing just how much the show has influenced the way we look at, well ... everything! Get ready, because this is the world we see through Suits-colored lenses …
Mud is both a lot cleaner and a WHOLE LOT DIRTIER than we ever imagined it could be. Thanks, Suits!
Drinks with Friends
Every happy hour is an opportunity to let out our inner Harriett Specter and Michelle Ross.
Most people would probably think it was weird if they walked onto the roof of a building to find a bunch of scheming attorney-types in expensive coats engaged in a clandestine meeting. We’re disappointed when that DOESN’T happen. (We get disappointed a lot.)
Just looking at a record player makes us want to bust out some scratchy soul vinyl and stare pensively into the middle distance while sipping fine scotch.
Incredulous Barista: “So you want that with skim milk AND whipped cream AND sugar?”
Us: “BECAUSE I’m using skim milk, I CAN get whipped c-- you know what, just tell me how much I owe you.”
Thanks to Suits, we know that asiago is a reward while poppy seed is the good news/bad news bagel, and that street dogs are actually victory fuel for bad ass closer types. Who’s hungry?!
Every walk to the mailroom is a chance to strut your stuff. Choose your soundtrack wisely.
Suits has taught us the most efficient manner of communication with friends, family, colleagues ... and maybe even aliens.
We now judge feline cuteness on a very simple scale -- would I sue someone for custody of this cat? Most of the time, the answer is yes. Which means we’re going to need a cat lawyer.
The File Room
Not just the place where you store your files, its the room where you hide from your troubles, fight with your friends, and GET. IT. ON. Needless to say, these days we knock before we enter!
In Harvey’s face forever!!!!!!!!!!! (Also: We miss you, Mike!)
Anyone could just barge in and start talking about business while we’re, er, "taking care of business". Because of Suits, that fear is now permanent!
Some people think they’re just for opening cans. We feel deeply for these people.