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Lauren Garcia
salmon and alpacas and soup and stuff
salmon and alpacas and soup and stuff
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Patrick: In th name of rock and roll, I will throw all of my Favorite Records into dis fire and commence th new era of th wonderful, th great, th mighty FALL OUT BOY!!
Joe: Yeah...whatevs. Jus b careful with Cork Tree. It's sensitive... Haha!! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‹
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Today is TFIOS day.
The first time I read it, I borrowed the book from a friend on my first friend (who later gave it to me because she didn't like it. I have nice friends). I knew how it would end, because the spoilers are all over the internet. But I was kind of meh and the time, because my friend read it, and really didn't think much of it. I never anticipated getting so attached to the character of Gus. In fact, I didn't really like it as much the first time round as the other times.
The beauty of The Fault In Our Stars, is that there is so much depth to it and that more things leap out at you each time and grab your attention, making you think about certain issues you wouldn't normally think about. We as teenagers are not faced with death as an imminent possibility (unless we are among the unfortunate few who are suicidal). But TFIOS made me think about it. Thats what I love about it. Among the sharp, witty humour, there is an underlying question:what is the meaning of life and death? Discuss.
- the Consulting Wizard
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