Well this is just lovely.
*SOB*
fishingboatproceeds:

This artwork, inspired by The Fault in Our Stars, was designed by Lala Vicencio. 
And now, thanks to many requests, it is available for preorder as an attractive 11 x 17 poster at dftba.com.
Okay? Okay.

Well this is just lovely.

*SOB*

fishingboatproceeds:

This artwork, inspired by The Fault in Our Stars, was designed by Lala Vicencio

And now, thanks to many requests, it is available for preorder as an attractive 11 x 17 poster at dftba.com.

Okay? Okay.

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I would like to have a Vlogbrothers service wherein John and Hank comment on all the commercials during every sports event I watch. (I mean, I know John has a Twitter feed just for sports, but commercials are a different beast. Plus, John & Hank + local Arkansas advertising has to = comedy gold.)

wilwheaton:

emilianadarling:

Because instantly alienating a huge chunk of your demographic through offensive humour is the best way to sell soda pop. (x)

Dr. Pepper: Official Soft Drink of the 2012 Republican Party!

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Have you ever had *whispers* unprotected sex?

fishingboatproceeds:

Four different people asked this.

Guys.

I HAVE A CHILD.

Please let this happen. Please?
rebuildourcities:

This is Buford, Wyoming. Its owner has put it up for sale. The Nerdfighters of the Greater DC Area were thinking that we should buy Buford, Wyoming and turn it into the nerdfightastic utopia of Nerdfighteria, Wyoming.
I mean, it’s only an asking price of $100,000. We could totally do it. Imagine the possibilities.

Please let this happen. Please?

rebuildourcities:

This is Buford, Wyoming. Its owner has put it up for sale. The Nerdfighters of the Greater DC Area were thinking that we should buy Buford, Wyoming and turn it into the nerdfightastic utopia of Nerdfighteria, Wyoming.

I mean, it’s only an asking price of $100,000. We could totally do it. Imagine the possibilities.

As if TFIOS didn’t make me sob enough, John goes and makes this video and I tear up at the end of it, too. THANKS A LOT, JOHN.

no really, thanks a lot.

effyeahnerdfighters:

Wrong but Right and Pantsless in Amsterdam: Thoughts from Places

(It occurred to me while editing that you are not actually able to confirm that I ever put on pants.) In which John travels to Amsterdam—where he lived for two months while finishing The Fault in Our Stars—to promote the Dutch edition of the book. Along the way he visits places that were important to him and to the made-up people in his novel, including the Spui Square, the Beninghof, a bathroom that you must pay to enjoy, the Vondelpark, the Anne Frank House, the hotel de Philsosoof, takes a ride on a canal boat, and listens to a mathematician discuss infinity.

Thanks, as always, to the extraordinary community of Dutch nerdfighters for their support, and to my Dutch publisher Lemniscaat for bringing me back to the city I love so much.

CORRECTION: What I meant to say is that Hazel incorrectly concludes that the set of numbers between 0 and 1 is smaller than the set of numbers between 0 and 2. In fact, they are the same size. (Check out the wikipedia article about infinite cardinality for a few proofs of this mind-blowing fact.) Anyway, I don’t know why I said whole numbers when I meant to say numbers. Presumably because I am an idiot.

this kid is adorable.

edwardspoonhands:

Sh*t Nerdfighters Say

Why does this guy come in at 7:30 every morning, cry for four hours, and then leave? — John Green describing what the baristas at Starbucks where he wrote The Fault in Our Stars must have thought of him. January 30, 2012 at Third Place Books. (via kayleyhyde)

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So I sent an email to 7 of my friends, including Sarah, and I said, ‘Does anyone want to go see ‘Lost in Translation’ tonight?’ and then I sent an email immediately afterwards to the 6 of my friends who weren’t Sarah and I said, ‘NOT YOU.’ John Green, on how he asked out his wife for the first time. (via ancient-amateur)

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What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable? — John Green (via xenium)

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