These tweets perfectly describe what it's like to watch HGTV

HGTV addicts, you may face ridicule at home, but Twitter is here for you.

Regardless of what your family thinks, you're not alone in your "Fixer Upper" binges, and you're definitely not the only one having a panic attack when the wrong house is chosen on "House Hunters International." Here are 15 tweets that perfectly sum up what it's like to watch HGTV:

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"I'm a stay at home mom and my husband works retail and our budget is a conservative $500,000" -hgtv EVERYTIME
all I aspire to have in my future is a marriage like Chip and Joanna Gaines
nothing gets me more hype than when they pick the right house on House Hunters International
the homebuyers on HGTV be like i want a one-story home w a second floor, enough rooms for 13 kids, ocean view, my budget is $10
if you can't handle me at my rerun of property brothers, you don't deserve me at my new episode of house hunters international
Im at the point where I want to move to Texas just so I can live in a house remodeled and decorated by Chip and Joanna Gaines
I yell at the people on HGTV the way guys yell at the TV during a big game
I watch HGTV a lot here lately, and now I've realized that I have seriously turned into my mom. 🙃
Every episode of flip or flop: Tarek: "WE'RE ALREADY SO OVER BUDGET THIS COULD FALL THROUGH THIS IS GONNA BE TIGHT" *makes $60,000 profit*
Hi, I'm Nicole and I like to yell at people at HGTV who want to live on boats for some reason.
I wanna be HGTV famous
*interviewing for House Hunters* HGTV: Do you agree on anything? Couple: No. Never. HGTV: PERFECT. You're on.
me at age 10: why do adults like HGTV me 10 years later: tile floors? with THOSE cabinets?? ugh, you're killing me, deborah!!!
I don't understand how these people DON'T cry when they see their houses. Cause I cry, EVERY TIME. #fixerupper @joannagaines @chippergaines
The rush I get when I correctly pick the house the people on house hunters pick must be what heroin feels like.

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