(*noted is a series where I share my favorite quotes/passages from the books I'm reading. Some are funny, some are inspiring, some are genius, and some I love just because.)

Book: Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan

          -Her picture is brilliant: Her mouth seems right on the edge of laughing, and this is     exactly how she looked at Tiny's house, unlike her Facebook pictures. "This is a great picture of you. This is what you look like," I tell here. "Like, you can't know what you look like, right? Whenever you see yourself in the mirror, you know you're looking at you, so you can't help but pose a little. So you never really know. But this- that's what you look 

          -"I mean, everything that happens all at once is just as likely to unhappen all at once, you know?" 

          -"Will," he says "Do you have a sec to talk in the living room?" I spin around in the desk chair and stand up. My stomach flips a bit because the living room is the room least likely to be lived in , the room where the nonexistence of Santa is revealed, where grandmothers die, where grades are frowned upon, and etc.

          -"I know it sucks, but in a way, it's good. Love and truth being tied together, I mean. They make each other possible, you know?"

          -"It's hard to believe in coincidence, but it's harder to believe in anything else." 

(coming up next: The Great Gatsby and The Perks of Being a Wallflower)

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