Amanda Bynes has been sent to our planet to deliver a message. And the world will listen. That message is: Yo, you ugly. You ugly as hell. Your mom is ugly. Your dad is ugly too. You are the ugliest ugly. And that's OK.
The blonde wig with a human attached to it known as Amanda Bynes has used her Twitter for many practical purposes (finding a murderer for her vagina, giving a voice to those who suffer nose webbing in silence), but her true purpose in life is to let you know that you are ugly.
Not everyone is ugly, mind you. There are a few exceptions, listed below:
2. Amanda Bynes ("I'm a beauty queen!" "I'm perfection!" etc.)
If you did not see your name listed above, it is because you are ugly. Just how ugly are you though, on a scale of Drake to Rihanna? Consult with a local physician (you might just be ugly because you have webbing between your eyes and that actually makes you a hero) or our below spectrum, a WebMD of ugliness, if you will:
Symptoms: Amanda Bynes will frequently point out what she perceives to be you flaws ("ugly far apart eyes") or may simply given you a blanket diagnosis ("ur ugly"); you may have been solicited at least once to commit homicide on Bynes' genitalia.
Prescription: There is no cure. But that's OK (re: Hyland, "I like her ugly face!"). Amanda Bynes also may still date you ("Sorry ur ugly @drake but I have dated ugly guys before so you stand a chance!!!").
Symptoms: Amanda Bynes has decided your ugliness is the reason you were assaulted ("Chris brown beat you because you're not pretty enough"); she has considered naming her dog after you; she has gone beyond the Twitter limit of 140 characters to tell you just how ugly you are.
Prescription: There is no cure. You will be alone forever because you are ugly and should "shut the f--k up" about it.
Now, check out our gallery of everyone that Bynes has ever called ugly (Zac Efron! Dr. Drew! Her own father!). At the very least, it will make you feel better about yourself, even if you aren't a beauty queen like Amanda Bynes, to know that you're in good company.