1. “Mountain Spring Water” is also known as moonshine

  2. Every Shailene has a mason jar to drink out of.

  3. And nothing makes the spring water more perfect than topping it off with a fine layer of one’s own farts. Snnnnnnnnifffffffffffffff!

  4. Looks more like moonshine and a rice krispies treat to me.

  5. Pretentious gonna… pretent?

  6. EricLR

    Why do girls with pretty long hair always go through that phase where they think it will be a great idea if they cut it short? Is it their bizarre way of testing their boyfriends or something?

    • The character of Hazel in “The Fault in Our Stars” (which I finished reading just two weeks ago) has cancer and keeps her hair short. So this is for a movie role.

      I hope the film does the book justice. “The Fault in Our Stars” was both funny and heart-breaking. I loved the story of Augustus and Hazel (two cancer kids, one with a terminal diagnosis, the other in remission) who meet at a cancer support group and fall in love, even though they resist it and they know their time together is short.

      Shailene Woodley is the perfect choice for Hazel, but I feel she was wrong for the character of Aimee in “The Spectacular Now”. Shailene chose to play Aimee as a smart, tough loner rather than a shy and vulnerable nerd, which is how Tim Tharp created the character (and it’s *his* book and *his* character).

  7. Who? Huh? and, what?

  8. yet another twat

    You filthy fucking pig, use a paper bag! That ziploc won’t degrade for hundreds of your careeers!

  9. Look, if you’ve ever spent time in Pittsburgh, you’d bring your own food too. She just wanted on thing to eat that didn’t have french fries piled on top.

  10. Lamar Odom

    Dem titties … dey look like she be hiding sumpin.

  11. Jenn

    She’s also in Divergent, coming out next year, I believe.
    I’ve drank out of mason jars. I’ve got a few of the mason jar-like glasses with handles now because it brings back memories of drinking from them when I was a kid.

    I cut my hair when I get tired of dealing with it. It’s hair, it grows back.

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