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John Green

  1. Things We Saw Today: Hogwarts House Skater Dresses

    5 points to everyone! EVERYONE!

    The perfect attire for your next weekend in Hogsmeade.

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  2. Young Adult Fiction Writers, Women Rule List Of World’s Top-Earning Authors

    The f*** yeah in our stars.

    If you still don't think Young Adult fiction should be taken seriously by anyone not in the nebulous intended age range, perhaps you'll allow a butt-ton of money to convince you otherwise? Forbes has released its annual list of the world's top-earning authors, and it's not hard to understand where John Green get his last name from--dude is rolling in it.

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  3. Learn 33 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Toys in this Mental Floss Video

    What's "G.I." stand for in G.I. Joe?

    John Green is back with the latest episode of Mental Floss on Youtube to explain 33 facts about toys. Learn the origin of Play-Doh, which state has the Slinky as its official toy, and a lot more in a little more than eight minutes.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Batman and Robin at the Chocolate Shoppe

    Wow, the Batcave sure cleans up nice!

    Duh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh duh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh ICE CREAM!

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  5. The Amsterdam Bench From The Fault in Our Stars Went Missing, Because of Course It Did

    Nerdfighters don't mess around.

    In The Fault In Our Stars, our teen lovers Hazel and Gus share an emotional, romantic moment while sitting on a bench in Amsterdam. And now that bench has gone missing, replaced by an oversized flower pot. Who's to blame? Overzealous John Green fans? Disorganized city planning? Did the bench skip off into the sunset itself with a song in its heart and a skip in its step to join its furniture brethren in Ikeatopia? It's a mystery.

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  6. Review: The Fault in Our Stars Is Beautiful, Imperfect, and Completely Worthwhile

    Review

    I held out a spectacularly long time. I would like that known. Tears did not leave my eyes until the film's third and final act. This is not to shame those for whom the tears came sooner; for many the weeping was but a foregone conclusion. For some they never came at all. For others they were entirely the point. But I'd just like it known.

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  7. Gather ‘Round, Bibliophiles, For A Crash Course on Jane Eyre [Video]

    This Exists... Because of A Lady

    Reader, if you would enjoy nothing better than to spend an evening debating feminist themes in Victorian literature, then this is the video (and likely, the comment thread) for you. In this episode of Crash Course, host John Green picks apart Charlotte Brontë's masterwork, including her personal history, the plot of the novel, and the tip of the interpretive iceberg. Go make some popcorn.

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  8. A Literary Dissection of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein [Video]

    Aside from offering plenty of chewy goodness on the history and themes of one of the most influential novels ever written, this episode of Crash Course reaffirms my desire to make a giant chart of personal relationships between historical figures of note. Prior to this video, I was unaware that Mary Shelley's stepsister had an affair with Lord Byron (Ada Lovelace's father, for those keeping score). And I'm with John Green on this one -- Shelley could write a sentence like nobody's business.

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  9. Twenty Six Absolutely True Obscure Facts About Kids Television Shows

    Our Adorable Past

    What do you mean, Little Richard sang the Magic School Bus theme song? Actually that make a lot of sense.

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  10. John Green Drops Some Knowledge About Newspaper Comic Strips in His Latest Mental Floss Video

    So many facts in so little time.

    Do you want to very quickly learn a bunch of stuff about newspaper comic strips? Then let John Green give you 27 facts about them in about eight minutes. You'll learn about the first comic strip, what Jim Davis thought about Garfield Without Garfield, and more, so watch and learn.

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