Love And Friendship In Paper Towns By John Green

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Have you ever been in a situation where you get so connected to a person you hardly even know, but once you guys start talking more and more each day you start feeling a certain way towards them? Maybe it’s the way that they make you feel special with each word or phrase they tell you or how nothing else matters in the world when you two are together. Well in the book Paper Towns by John Green it shows exactly that, how two people can be strangers one moment, but in an instant they can both mean so much to each other. Even if these two people are close by or a million miles apart the connection that they both have for eachother will never fade away. Love and friendship has a very strong connection and can be similar in many different ways, …show more content…
First off, love and friendship really go together when it comes to two people. In Paper Towns, pg. 3 lines 1-11, “The way I figured it, everyone gets a miracle…. I ended up living next door to Margo Roth Spiegelman.” I suppose that at this moment where Quentin Jacobsen figured out that Margo was going to end up being an important part of his life. Like I have mentioned before it really doesn’t matter how near or far two people are apart what matters is their connection that they have for one another. In page 8, “Margo always loved mysteries… I could never stop thinking that maybe she loved mysteries so much that she became one.” Nobody knows where she disappeared to, why would she leave without telling anyone? No one really noticed she disappeared except for Quentin. it’s true …show more content…
I was incontestably in love with her, and 2. She was absolutely unprecedented in every way, and 3. She never really asked me any questions... “ He was falling in love with her with every little thing she would do. For example, when a person is attached and madly in love with another person it’s the little things that count in the relationship. You could tell that a person is in love by the glime in their eyes and for the way their smile is so big and bright. Another quote that i found is on page 37, “That’s always seemed so ridiculous to me, that people would want to be around someone because they’re pretty. It’s like picking your breakfast cereals based on color instead of taste.” Many people, nowadays, see relationships as people being together for the way they look, like guys look for girls who have big boobs and or big butts, while girls look for guys who have facial hair and a six pack… People have a tendency of labeling people in relationships for what they look like and they don’t really see what they are like on the inside because they are too busy focusing on how attractive they look like on the outside. It really shouldn’t be that way because we are basically judging everyone and are blinded when they turn out to be a totally different person than they appeared to be. If it were up to me I would definitely change something

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