If you don’t like where you are, move on. You are not a tree.
I’m sick of people telling me it’s just a “get over it” situation. Fuck you. You don’t know what it’s like in my head.
I’m having a conversation with one of my friends and I ask him, “What defines you?” and he responded with, “Nothing. A definition excludes the possibility for change.”
This is one of the best responses I’ve ever received to any of my questions.
my friend has black hair and the initials PM while her boyfriend has blonde hair and the initials AM and she told me that they joke that theyre ‘as different as night and day’ and i fell on the floor that shit was so adorable
Anonymous asked: Thoughts on the Fault In Our Stars by John Green and The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Steven Chybowski? I've been geeting mixed reviews about these books (tfios especially) so I want your opinion.
I just read both of them and discussed them extensively for my YA Lit class, so you’re in luck.
They both have problems, but of the two I preferred The Perks of Being a Wallflower. There were parts of The Fault in Our Stars I liked, but in the end I just had very mixed feelings about the book. It pretty much all comes down to this: I more fully believe that Charlie is a multifaceted, complex narrator who actually sounds his age.
And this is going to get long so…I’m putting the rest under a Read More.
i either read for 4 hours straight or dont read for 4 months there is no in between