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ThatBlondGuy

Mableton, GA
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This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This author's work has been published in our print magazine.
 

About ThatBlondGuy:

Life is too short not to carve a sculpture of yourself out of chocolate, coat it in peanut butter, and eat it. Not the entire thing, though. I would probably save the head--as a trophy of sorts.



Articles and Art by ThatBlondGuy:

Regina Spektor: Begin to Hope
Reviews section, Teen Ink This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
The Secret Place
Poetry section, Teen Ink
Playing With Matches
Poetry section, Teen Ink
To Jog at 5 AM
Poetry section, Teen Ink
Through the Window
Fiction section, Teen Ink
Left with the Stars
Photographs section, Teen Ink






   
Favorite books: Neverwhere, The Book Thief, The Hitchhiker's Guid to the Galaxy, A Clockwork Orange, The Giver 
Favorite authors: JK Rowling, Neil Gaiman, Ellen Hopkins, Markus Zusak, Ned Vizzini 
Favorite music albums: White Album, Soviet Kitsch, Robbers & Cowards, Coraline Soundtrack, Lungs 
Favorite music artists: The Beatles, Regina Spektor, David Bowie, Queen, Arcade Fire 
Favorite movies: Donnie Darko, Stranger Than Fiction, Fight Club, Up, Silence of the Lambs 
Favorite movie stars: Dustin Hoffman, Will Ferrell, Jim Carrey, Morgan Freeman, Steve Carrell 
Favorite TV shows: Psych, Modern Family, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, The Middle 
Favorite gadgets: Refrigerators (even the ones that make scary sounds at nightime), Scissors, Duct tape, Toaster ovens, i.e.'s 
Favorite hobbies: Writing nonsensical poetry, Doting over framed photos of Justin Bieber, Finding grammar errors in blender-construction manuals, Sculpting human ears out of melted wax, Anything from the mind of John Hughes 
Favorite heroes: John Lennon, Gandhi, Karl Marx (viva Russia! or something like that), My grandfather, Rachel Scott (a real person, not a lesbian vampire slayer from a movie) 

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