Every Moment in To All the Boys I've Loved Before When Peter Kavinsky Was Literal #Goals

If you haven't seen To All the Boys I've Loved Beforeyou're truly missing out.

It's a cinematic masterpiece all about the perils and challenges of teen love, and it's simply amazing. While the film in general gave us all types of feelings, it was Peter Kavinsky who truly captured our hearts and souls.

In order to pay homage to one of the best teen love interests we've ever seen, keep scrolling for every moment in To All the Boys I've Loved Before when Peter Kavinsky was literal #goals. (Spoilers ahead!)

1. When He Calls Lara Jean 'Covey' for the First Time

So Lara Jean is a terrible driver—it's just a fact. Despite almost hitting Peter with her car, he's a good sport about the whole thing. He can tell she's uncomfortable and he jokes with her about checking her mirrors and being a little safer on the roads. Then, he ends the conversation by calling her "Covey" for the first time, thus cementing his nickname for her and the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

Peter calls Lara Jean Covey for the first time

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2. When He's So Confused By Lara Jean's Kiss

In an effort to avoid talking to Josh about her letter, Lara Jean basically attacks Peter with a kiss and he reacts… like this. We just love his adorably confused face, as he obviously (and understandably) has no idea what's going on.

Peter is confused by Lara Jean's kiss

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3. When He Shows Up to the Corner Cafe

Everything about this scene is literally perfect. First of all, Peter shows up to the Corner Cafe to chat with Lara Jean and kindly turn her down, showing that he cares about her feelings. Then, he takes a minute to learn the waitress' by her name, proving to everyone that he has manners. And then he just drinks his milkshake and asks Lara Jean all kinds of questions about her life, while looking absolutely beautiful doing it. 10/10 for this scene and for Peter Kavinsky.

Peter drinking a milkshake at the corner cafe

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4. When He Offers to Write Lara Jean Notes

To make sure their fake relationship goes off without a hitch, Lara Jean and Peter create a contract detailing exactly what their relationship will and won't consist of. Not only is it totally obvious that Peter finds Lara Jean incredibly endearing throughout this entire scene, he also shyly and awkwardly offers to write her love notes everyday. He covers it up by telling her it'll make Gen jealous, but it's totally obviously that there's a little part of him that just wants to tell Lara Jean how awesome she is.

Peter offers to write Lara Jean notes

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5. When He Bonds With Kitty

Family is important, even when you're fake-dating someone. Peter obviously knows this, as the first thing he does in his fake relationship with Lara Jean is make an effort to bond with her sister. Obviously, he's successful—who wouldn't love his charming little face—and, in the process, he realizes that he loves Korean yogurt smoothies almost as much as we love him.

Peter drinking a Korean yogurt smoothie

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6. When He Spins Lara Jean in the Cafeteria

Despite having no idea what Sixteen Candles is, Peter goes all-in on the '80s romance vibe, putting his hand in Lara Jean's back pocket and even adding in a spin for good measure. He's supportive and kind to her, even though she hasn't really done anything noteworthy, and he passes her his first love note complete with a heart and everything. Swoon.

Peter spins Lara Jean in the cafeteria

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7. When He Says 'Girl, Come On, You Know I Already Got It'

This line. While our cynical side wants to roll our eyes about the whole phone background nonsense, Peter manages to pull it off. You can be our phone background any day, Peter.

Peter changes his phone background to lara Jean

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8. When He Drinks Kombucha

Safety first, people—learn from Peter. It's also worth mentioning that Peter is incredibly kind and supportive of Lara Jean during this party, making sure she feels comfortable and telling her how pretty she looks. Like, we all knew Peter was falling for her, but still—it was adorable.

Peter drinks kombucha

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9. When He's So Clearly Upset That Lara Jean Says They're Pretending

First, it's adorable that Lara Jean and Peter are able to bond and be so open with each other. Second, he so obviously gets upset when Lara Jean says they're pretending because he's clearly already falling for her. Granted, they are pretending, but we'd like to think it's the start of Peter wishing that they weren't. You love her Peter, don't fight it.

Peter gets upset that Lara Jean says they're pretending

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10. When He Saves the Popcorn

Not only does Peter have an adorable pillow fight with Kitty, he also takes the time to save the popcorn. Chivalry isn't dead, people, and Peter Kavinsky is the proof.

Peter watching Sixteen Candles with Lara Jean and Kitty

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11. When He Just Listens to Lara Jean

Get you a guy who listens like Peter. Seriously, every time Lara Jean is talking, he's just so enraptured by everything she's saying and it's overwhelmingly adorable and endearing.

Peter listening to Lara jean

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12. When He Won't Let Lara Jean Break Up With Him

Obviously, both Lara Jean and Peter start to develop feelings for each other, despite the fact that they're supposed to be in a "fake" relationship. Lara Jean starts to get scared and tries to break up with Peter, and Peter literally won't let her. He keeps coming up with excuses about why they have to stay together and eventually sort of begs her to come along on the ski trip. He just loves her and is too scared to say it *quiet sniffling in the background*.

Peter won't let Lara Jean break up with him

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13. When He's in the Hot Tub

This. Scene. Is. Everything. The confession that he likes her. The fact that he drove across town to get her smoothies. The adorable little splash he does. That face. Total perfection, in every way.

Peter sitting in the hot tub

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14. When He Just Exists

He doesn't do anything particularly noteworthy here, but just look at that face. I mean, come on.

Peter in a bathrobe

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15. When He Says 'You Were Never Second Best'

Peter shows up to Lara Jean's house attempting to explain himself and fix their relationship, which sadly goes very wrong, but he walks away dejectedly and tells Lara Jean she was never his second choice. Ugh, our hearts.

Peter tells Lara Jean he isn't second best

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16. When He Said 'You Gunna Break My Heart, Covey?'

Obviously, the end of the movie is the best. Our two protagonists finally get together and admit their feelings for each other. Peter gives Lara Jean total agency, refusing to read her note if she won't give it to him, and then just blurts out that he's in love with her after she casually tells him she likes him. Then, he ends the whole movie by saying "you gunna break my heart, Covey?" and hearts everywhere shattered at the idea that Peter was off the market. But we'll live—his romance with Lara Jean is way too cute for us to not ship them wholeheartedly. Call us if you break up though, Peter. Ily.

Peter telling Lara Jean he loves her

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