Dan Howell had a good life. Perfection at its finest. He was the typical spoiled, rich boy with butlers driving him to operas and maids making him nachos for breakfast. Phil Lester, however, was the opposite. Barely any money and deadbeat parents, he lives in a bad neighborhood in a gross apartment with cat hair covering the carpet and an odd roommate. And then Dan's parents decide he needs to figure out what it's like to love someone rather than himself, and when Phil Lester shows up at his mansion steps, his parents grow fond of him- so much that suddenly the two are exchanging rings and Phil is moving in with his new spouse. They tell him he should give it a few months, to be patient, and if he still doesn't like him then they'll sign the divorce papers and call it quits. Marriage isn't perfect, right? Well this one is the exact example. But they could always pretend.