Guess what I’m reading right now?
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan!
It’s phenomenal thus far!
Have you read it? What did you think of it?
EDIT: Just now realizing how confused my teacher is going to be when I have to write reflections on the characters: “Well Will Grayson said this… No, not that Will Grayson, the other one. Yeah.”
Also laughing because whenever I say Will is going to do something I write Will will blah blah blah. And I’m laughing because it’s a double Will and I’m clearly five years old and amused by such things.
The first episode of Crash Course: World History is about the Agricultural Revolution (and double cheeseburgers). I hope you like it and share it with your friends and/or teachers and/or students. I AM VERY NERVOUS AND EXCITED.
|—||John Green (via cloysterbell)|
Dear nation: Do you need sweeping? If so, my new book is available and ready for the job.
^That’s John Green’s Tumblr, you should follow him if you aren’t following him already, because he’s all kinds of awesome.
Or if you are already following him, you should unfollow him and then click the follow button again. Then you can say you followed him twice :p
Do you have your copy of The Fault in Our Stars yet? :]
|—||John Green (July 27: How Nerdfighters Drop Insults)|
Haha did any of you watch this one yet? It’s excellent :]
And the ending line abut denying the apocalypse is brilliant.
It’s Not The End Of The World (by charlieissocoollike)