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nerdslikeus97:

I often try to replicate pictures of John Green. #Homeschooled 

nerdslikeus97:

I often try to replicate pictures of John Green. #Homeschooled 

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french-coat:

I also did sharpie face John! (Well more like crayon face but whatever)

french-coat:

I also did sharpie face John! (Well more like crayon face but whatever)

(Source: gregoire-la-poire)

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lovefrombooks7:

This is my copy of TFiOS. I think this should be the picture for all John’s books. 

lovefrombooks7:

This is my copy of TFiOS. I think this should be the picture for all John’s books. 

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orangecartonsorangecarton:

I was John Green for Halloween today!
I carried around a copy of The Fault In Our Stars and a green sharpie and signed things with a crude “J-scribble”; I colored on my face (not with sharpie, but with washable marker, thankfully!) to imitate John’s performance in the 2011 p4a live webcast; I wore a suit jacket and button down shirt with shorts and converses, to show that my suit wasn’t all business; my hair was too long to be John’s signature puff, so I wore a Dalek hat because I’m pretty sure John’s a whovian—I mean, let’s be honest here; I wore cheap reading glasses with the lenses pushed out because I don’t wear glasses; and I wore a This Star Won’t Go Out bracelet because John always wears his!
I went around talking about metaphorical resonances and the bespectacled eyes of T.J. Eckleburg. I got some weird looks in the hallways and in classes, so I vlogged and sang “The people in the high school (/hallway) think that I’m crazy!”
It was a pretty good, nerdfightery day.

orangecartonsorangecarton:

I was John Green for Halloween today!

I carried around a copy of The Fault In Our Stars and a green sharpie and signed things with a crude “J-scribble”; I colored on my face (not with sharpie, but with washable marker, thankfully!) to imitate John’s performance in the 2011 p4a live webcast; I wore a suit jacket and button down shirt with shorts and converses, to show that my suit wasn’t all business; my hair was too long to be John’s signature puff, so I wore a Dalek hat because I’m pretty sure John’s a whovian—I mean, let’s be honest here; I wore cheap reading glasses with the lenses pushed out because I don’t wear glasses; and I wore a This Star Won’t Go Out bracelet because John always wears his!

I went around talking about metaphorical resonances and the bespectacled eyes of T.J. Eckleburg. I got some weird looks in the hallways and in classes, so I vlogged and sang “The people in the high school (/hallway) think that I’m crazy!”

It was a pretty good, nerdfightery day.

(Source: offensivelyscottish)

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this-is-gif:

And this is why John Green is my favourite author

this-is-gif:

And this is why John Green is my favourite author

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sherbet-sheppert0n:

Sometimes you just have to post badly-drawn renditions of John Green’s sharpie face (as seen during the P4A livestream).
And sometimes you don’t, but you post it anyway because, hey, why the hell not?

sherbet-sheppert0n:

Sometimes you just have to post badly-drawn renditions of John Green’s sharpie face (as seen during the P4A livestream).

And sometimes you don’t, but you post it anyway because, hey, why the hell not?

(via wrankiero-deactivated20131124)

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