erika. 20 from ca. lover of many things. baking, disney, doctor who, joss whedon, neil gaiman, fandoms, books, movies, music. that is all. also, food. wait... ALWAYS food. dftba.
Check out this new poster designed by Wendy Wiland! The first 1,000 will be signed by Hank Green himself, so pre-order yours while they’re still available!
Okay? Okay. #TFiOS #vlogbrothers #nerdfighters
You guys remember the time I drew John’s head and then Penguin used it for promotional materials without asking on like, everything…ever…but I never complained because I’m such a good brother? Yeah.
Seriously though, this is pretty cool, right? Also, seriously, I don’t care.
Amazing nerdfighteria-themed art deco mini posters! These were made by a nerdfighter named Katie M!
She so kindly made these for use for The Nerdfighter Note Project 2012! Feel free to print these off and slide them into books, or use them as mini posters and leave them places, like bulletin boards!
Don’t know what The Nerdfighter Note Project is? Never fear, Click HERE!
I know this is an old video, but at 1:47, Hank and John talk about Sherlock!!!! EEEEEEE!!!
I would like to talk about the second season of Sherlock, but there is still no legal way for me to see it here in the United States, so instead I’m having it slowly spoiled for me by tumblr fan art. Death by a thousand homoerotic watercolors.
Lies are attempts to hide the truth by willfully denying facts. Fiction, on the other hand, is an attempt to reveal the truth by ignoring facts.
John Green (via thisisnthighschool)
Nerds like us are allowed to be unironically enthusiastic about stuff. Nerds are allowed to love stuff, like, jump-up-and-down-in-your-chair-can’t-control-yourself love it. When people call people nerds, mostly what they’re saying is “You like stuff.” Which is not a good insult at all. Like, “You are too enthusiastic about the miracle of human consciousness.”