My hair has gotten long enough to give Pizza @johngreenwritesbooks a nice new hairdo to go with that creeper stache #johngreen #pizzajohn #dftba
The Fault In Our Stars : Hazel Grace (-)
I like how this is suppose to be emotional but John has sharpie all over his face.
I am so used to John in Sharpie face that I didn’t even notice he had Sharpie Face in this until I read the comment.
These are soft custom plushies that resemble the famous Hanklerfish art as drawn by Hank Green. They are adorable and squishie and I love them. I want a whole school of them.
A shout-out to Hank for coming up with this beast and writing it a wonderful song, and to Kristen, our project manager, for working with the manufacturer to get these lookin’ just right.
They are available now from DFTBA as a pre-order, shipping mid-February. And they won’t be the last plushies coming this year. =)
HANKLERFISH ARE REAL! THEY’RE REEEEAAALLLL!!!!
Inspired by this
Needs more Hustlin’ Holmes
I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS.
I LOVE TUMBLR.
I wanted to add Ginger riding RDJ and Creeper Quinto.
Also add in Jumping Rob.
THIS IS FUCKING BEAUTIFUL
needs more Paula Deen and Humpy Hank
This video amuses me.
So many people have seen this video that I feel like I should make a semi-public statement about it. So:
When I was 20 or 21 or whenever this was filmed, I was an inveterate liar. (I am still a liar, but I’ve gotten better about not claiming fiction as fact.) The story as I tell it in the video above is true only in the broadest outlines: In real life, the prank was planned by my friends and I had a tiny role in the whole affair. It was a great prank, although not quite as great as I make it out to be in this story, and the true heroes of the prank’s legendary success were the men and women who planned it (not me) and of course the performer herself.
I put myself at the center of the story in this retelling because A. I was 20, and B. there was a girl listening, whose laughter you hear a few times, and I had a huge crush on her and thought she would like me if she believed I was behind this hilarious prank, and C. I’ve always kind of cared more about the quality of a story than accuracy.
On some level, I was probably already in the process of repurposing the actual events for fiction. (Those of you who’ve read Looking for Alaska will no doubt recognize the prank.) But anyway, I am always a little embarrassed to watch this video, not only because I was such a dumb ass, but also because my friends who actually did this are brilliant and hilarious pranksters who deserve acknowledgement. (Of course, I won’t name them, as they are now all successful women and men—doctors and financial planners and whatnot—who no doubt do not wish this particular video to appear amid their google results.)
Also: I WAS SO SKINNY.
Okay. That is all.