HE WAS MEANT TO SING AND WAVE AT SOMEONE AND HE SANG INTO HIS WAVE IM LAUGHING SO HARD
I interpreted this as *smells hand* … “WTF was that smell??”
and for the really talented
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John, why did my TFIOS hoodie come in a different shade of blue and the first "okay" without a question mark? It simply says "okay. Okay."
First off, I love your username.
The answer to your question is that you didn’t buy the hoodie in question from DFTBA Records. I can’t control the quality of stuff people make and then sell on amazon or redbubble or etsy or etc., although in many cases the quality is very good.
I think it’s great when people are inspired by something we made to create something of their own, and I want those people to be free to sell anything that they make and etc. But I see two problems with the wide open marketplaces of the Internet:
1. On some level, you (and anyone) will always assume that I am the maker of an item related to TFIOS, or that I was paid to license the design of that hoodie (I wasn’t), because you closely associate Things Involving The Fault in Our Stars with the book’s author.
(This is also true of, for instance, a movie adaptation: Even though I am not making the movie or in any way responsible for its quality, people ask me every day to put various songs in the soundtrack, when in fact I have never even been consulted about the soundtrack and never will be.)
2. There is no way to ensure that the actual designers get compensated for their work. With DFTBA merch related to nerdfighteria or my books, we source designs very carefully (even when they are accidental collaborations) and pay royalties to the original designer. Society6 and a few other sites are starting to try to verify designers, but it’s still a bit Wild Westy.
Our hope is that DFTBA Records addresses—at least for my readers and the nerdfighter community—both of these problems in a cost effective way. I still think it’s wonderful when people design their own stuff, whether it’s for themselves or to share with others, but I can only promise that our hoodies will have the question mark. (I cannot promise, sadly, that they will be in stock, as we totally underestimated the interest in them. SORRY.)
I love this so much.
FIGURE SKATERS ARE MADE OF MAGIC
OH MY GOD I WAS SO NERVOUS THE WHOLE TIME THAT THEY WERE GONNA FALL HOLY SHIT I COULDN’T BREATHE
That was possibly the most beautiful thing I have ever witnessed in my life.
Holy fuck. I never really understood how they caught birds before, I assumed they had to sneak up on them.
How was this even caught on camera?
way ahead of you all