Whether you're still in high school or already out in the real world, being known as a wimp is never a good thing. This lowly position on the popularity hierarchy has popped up in popular culture many times, often to hilarious and relatable results. Since "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" comes out this week, it's the perfect time to take a look at some of the most famous pop culture wimps.
Anthony Michael Hall
Role: Brian Johnson in "The Breakfast Club"
Why so wimpy: Representing the nerdy clique, Brian is considered the weakling and "brain" of the Breakfast Club. Thanks to this film and a few other collaborations with director John Hughes, Hall became an iconic '80s high school wimp/nerd.