there were several points last night when i sat up straight and said “NO THEY FUCKING DIDNT”
the first one was when Ashley and Daniel came out to read that gorgeous scene from TFIOS
my favorite was definitely when john said that his question reader was a novelist that had written episodes of Doctor Who and i guessed correctly that it was Neil Gaiman
another was when they began singing They Might Be Giants
man i just sat in front of my computer and had the best time last night
zuky:So basically, can I print this out and give it to my creative writing professor as a summary of the shit my classmates write, and get an A and just call it a day?
includes fascinating portrayals of casual drug use at house parties, how the author/protagonist had conversations about post-punk while seeing his mate’s band perform at some shitty small venue, internal monologues about consumerism while observing people in a mall and that time when the protagonist had an epiphany about living in the moment while walking in the rain
Also, semi-comedic accounts of skeptical but ultimately mysteriously enriching forays into yoga and Asian spirituality, quasi-lyrical adolescent descriptions of women’s bodies, self-tormented meditation on the ethics of food, a casual but seemingly deep and familiar friendship with a person of color who appears in the novel for almost an entire chapter, transcendent insights on the banality of conformist society and the immorality of wage slavery, and a crying scene where it all comes pouring out.
CONTEXT WHO NEEDS CONTEXT
WHO WANTS CONTEXT
THIS IS PERFECTLY FINE WITHOUT ANY CONTEXT
omg omg omg
HOOOOLLLYYYYYY SHIIITTTTTT. PLEASE LET JOHN FIND THIS. THIS IS JOHN GREEN IN A HOMOEROTIC SHERLOCK WATERCOLOR THAT USES TWO FAMOUS QUOTES FROM HIS BOOKS. WHAT IS AIR.
I think this is everything John would ever want out of Tumblr, condensed in a picture. He MUST find this picture.
Well, I found Hank’s shirt, the one he was wearing when he “stole” the Picasso, with just a cursory Google search (http://www.threadless.com/product/543/This_is_not_a_Pipe), but I would assume that the original design is under copyright or something.