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Fault in Our Stars, Chapter 19

“Breast cancer is a made of suck disease that attacks one of my very favorite organs of ladies.” – John Green

This man is a disgusting misogynist and I despise him. More on how women are just boob holders and dying people are undignified losers in this exciting rendition of FiOS: Chapter 19!Also, I know I’m behind in replying to comments. I’ve been super tired, but as soon as I’m up to it I’ll get it done. I haven’t forgotten about you.

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Fault in Our Stars, Chapter 17

So I’ve started watching Utena! I hate the art style, but I like everything else about it. It’s a bit heavy-handed, but hot damn it’s an allegory I can get behind.

Anyway, this.

This chapter is a third of a page in Word, barely one-and-a-half in-book pages, and less than 500 words. It’s mostly dialogue. I feel like I’m watching this book wither and die slowly in front of me. Is this supposed to be meta?

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Fault in Our Stars, Chapter 13

This has been sitting in the storage blog for two weeks, but every time I look at it my system goes into some kind of desperate self-preservation mode and all I can think is, “CAN’T DO THIS NOW OR EVER CLOSE WINDOW NOW NOW NOW.”

So Gus doesn’t get Really Sick on the first page of the next chapter; he kindly waits for the third. Bwahaha. I know I keep using this word, but it’s just so appropriate: Green is such a hack!

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Fault in Our Stars, Chapter 12 [Part 2]

I keep forgetting to post these, but here are two wonderful deconstructions of Green’s public persona that make me feel even less guilty about despising him based on this book:

John Green Responds to The Daily Mail
On The Advent of “GreenLit” (Warning: Terrifying Comments Section)

Alright, time for that hot, steamy Holocaust.

edit: Just got the following comment/links from Whittler:

I decided to post about privilege and not John Green condoning sexual assault then.

What the fuck.

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