I like this Shia LaBeouf motivational video, but I have disliked things he's done in the past. Internet rules state I have to either fully love or fully hate him... so I guess I love him now?

Shia LaBeouf made this motivational video as part of a project called #INTRODUCTIONS. I like it, because he's right — if you want to do something, just do it! Don't make excuses, and don't quit. Just keep working on it, and you will get there.

But what does it mean if I like this video, while I have disliked things Mr. LaBeouf has done in the past? It certainly can't mean that life is a giant grey area, and we can both like and hate things from a single person. I mean, the entire Internet is built on thinking that people, TV shows, and even dogs are either completely perfect or completely terrible. SO THIS MUST MEAN I LOVE SHIA LABEOUF.

If I 100%, unequivocally love Shia now, what else could have changed for me? Maybe eggs don't make me feel nauseous when I eat them. Maybe I think everyone looks good in drop-crotch pants, and not like a bunch of weird fashion genies. Oh no oh no oh no... what if I love Star Wars episode 1?


Pray for me, everyone.

Sources: h/t Digg | Mike Mohamed/Joshua Parker