“When I’ve thought about him dying - which admittedly isn’t that much - I always thought of it like you said, that all the strings inside him broke. But there are a thousand ways to look at it: maybe the strings break, or maybe our ships sink, or maybe we’re grass - our roots so interdependent that no one is dead as long as someone is still alive. We don’t suffer from a shortage of metaphors, is what I mean. But you have to be careful which metaphor you choose, because it matters. If you choose the strings, then you’re imagining a world in which you can become irreparably broken. If you choose the grass, you’re saying that we are all infinitely interconnected, that we can use the root system not only to understand one another but to become one another.” - Quentin Jacobsen, Paper Towns.|
~ Currently reading: Matched, Ally Condie
"maybe if i ignore my assignments they will magically go away" a college story“they didn’t” the riveting sequel
what if she’s not wearing underwear
well then the watch is magic were u not listening
I present to you John Green on his wedding day.
Johanna was one of the only characters that I like more after seeing the film. I went in already loving Katniss and Peeta and Effie and Finnick, seeing them on screen was just an added bonus. Jena Malone really brought something else out in Johanna, gave her more depth and added some much needed levity to the situation. A++ work.
I completely agree. I didn’t remember much of the book so at the beginning I didn’t like her that much. Then as the movie progressed I remembered what was going to happen she did an amazing job
don’t ask me about my favorite tv show because i’ll bet you a million dollars that conversation is going to be a lot more than you bargained for