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Quote 1.0

Clearly, I’ve been very, very irregular (I swear I have nothing to blog about)
But just so everyone knows I’m still here: Here’s one of my absolute favourite quotes from John Green –



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What if there’s one person you really want to tell something to, and that’s the one person you completely cannot tell this thing to?

For everyone who hasn’t seen/read The Fault in Our Stars; its about two teenagers who both have cancer and who fall in love and one of them dies (because obviously how else are you going to make everyone cry?) When Augustus dies, Hazel is heartbroken, and her parents try communicating with her all day. She’s sitting all alone on her swing set and she’s hating this simple fact that everyone wants to talk to her about Gus’ death. This is what she thinks at that exact moment: “The only person I wanted to talk to about Augustus Waters death, was Augustus Waters.” 

For obvious reasons, she couldn’t.

What if this happens to you once in a while? What if there’s just one person in this entire universe you want to tell something to and that’s just the one person you absolutely cannot tell this thing to? It could be anything. You want to tell something to your best friend but she would hate you for saying that. So you don’t tell her. But you really, really don’t want to tell anyone else.

When you look back, this seems like such a common dilemma. At any time in life, you’re stuck with this piece of information, or you have this advice you wanna give out, or just this massive feeling and the only person you want to tell is the person you can’t! – Maybe this information is about them, maybe this advice would seem to them as you overstepping your boundaries, But you really don’t want to tell anyone else. You want their opinion, their voice, their talk. But they’re your figurative Augustus Waters.

So, what would you do?

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Three Day Quote Challenge: Day Three

Here’s my quote for Day Three!


Last year, I had a gigantic fight with one of my really close friends and we didn’t talk for months and during this time he became friends with one of the girls I hated very, very, very much. When we did finally figure things out, we both realized that the only reason we had stopped talking was because of a misunderstanding and nothing else. The day we sat and talked everything out was the day I found this picture and it’s meant a lot ever since.

I’d like to thank enthrallingdimple for nominating me 😀

The rules are pretty simple!
Thank the person who nominated you.
Post a quote for three consecutive days.
Nominate three new bloggers each day.

So here are my nominees:




P.S-Everything’s fine between my friend and I, we’re just not as close as we used to be.