Being ignored is the worst feeling in the world.
“I think about how much depends upon a best friend. When you wake up in the morning you swing your legs out of bed and you put your feet on the ground and you stand up. You don’t scoot to the edge of the bed and look down to make sure the floor is there. The floor is always there. Until it’s not.” —John Green, “Will Grayson, Will Grayson” (via sam-theham)
“And then something invisible snapped inside her, and that which had come together commenced to fall apart.” —John Green, Looking for Alaska (via goodwordsbygoodpeople)
“I didn’t need you, you idiot. I picked you. And then you picked me back.” —John Green, Paper Towns (via project52)
“And I vaguely remember Lara smiling at me from the doorway, the glittering ambiguity of a girl’s smile, which seems to promise an answer to the question but never gives it. The question, the one we’ve all been asking since girls stopped being gross, the question that is too simple to be uncomplicated: Does she like me, or like me?” —Looking for Alaska by John Green (via robertdowneyjrsgoatee)
“It’s your life and you’re gonna have to choose when and how to tell them but ultimately all you can do is be honest. But I will say that as far as I’m concerned, your being gay is not a political or a religious issue. And even if you don’t hear this from your parents, I think it’s important for you to know that there are many deeply religious Christians who believe that being the person who God made you does not and can not separate you from God’s love.” —John Green, on someone asking how to come out to their parents (x)
“At some point, you just pull off the Band-Aid, and it hurts, but then it’s over and you’re relieved.” — John Green (Looking for Alaska)