Are you allowed to kick the ball with your crutches in amputee soccer?
Fortunately, my father no longer wears these short shorts. But he’s still just as great a Dad. #FathersDay
I got Josh Sundquist’s new book at BookCon this year, and enjoyed it so much that I wrote a review of it on my ‘serious’ blog. I really recommend you pick up the book when it comes out!
Hey look! It’s the first review I’ve seen about WSHOS. I must admit I was very nervous reading the review (OMG I HOPE PEOPLE LIKE IT! PLEASE LIKE IT! OTHER ANXIETY! ETC)
A couple observations:
1. Thanks for the comparison to John Green. That’s about the highest praise a YA author could get. Or any author, for that matter.
2. I’m so glad you felt like the voice of the book matched that of my YouTube videos. My hope was that this memoir would be an extension of my channel, a sort of book version of what I’ve been doing on YouTube the last couple years.
And, y’know, kids dying.
Also…How to Train Your Dragon 2.
Also: Like me when I was 17.
Except I didn’t have a Hazel Lancaster or Jennifer Lawrence-type girlfriend. Or, for that matter, any type of girlfriend.
…or a dragon.
Amputees are so trendy right now. For the record: I had one leg before it was cool. I’m, like, a hipster amputee.
This is the first cat picture I’ve ever liked on the internet.
I’m trying out for the amputee soccer World Cup.
What’s your world cup?
Some box office returns are closer to infinity than other box office returns. #TFiOS IS THE #1 MOVIE IN AMERICA!
8 okay facts about “The Fault in Our Stars” movie
P.S. Did anyone notice that the clouds in the thumbnail form an “8”? As in, “8 facts”?