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" 'I've pissed the bed, Gus, believe me. It's no big deal.''You used... To call me Augustus'(240)" Hazel calling Augustus, Gus symbolizes her need for normalcy. Or what was normal for her and Augustus. She is trying to hard to make him feel as if nothing's wrong even though he is dying right before her eyes. She's trying to be strong for him and not show how much it hurts her.

" 'I've pissed the bed, Gus, believe me. It's no big deal.''You used... To call me Augustus'(240)" Hazel calling Augustus, Gus symbolizes her need for normalcy. Or what was normal for her and Augustus. She is trying to hard to make him feel as if nothing's wrong even though he is dying right before her eyes. She's trying to be strong for him and not show how much it hurts her.

" 'I've pissed the bed, Gus, believe me. It's no big deal.''You used... To call me Augustus'(240)" Hazel calling Augustus, Gus symbolizes her need for normalcy. Or what was normal for her and Augustus. She is trying to hard to make him feel as if nothing's wrong even though he is dying right before her eyes. She's trying to be strong for him and not show how much it hurts her.

" 'I've pissed the bed, Gus, believe me. It's no big deal.''You used... To call me Augustus'(240)" Hazel calling Augustus, Gus symbolizes her need for normalcy. Or what was normal for her and Augustus. She is trying to hard to make him feel as if nothing's wrong even though he is dying right before her eyes. She's trying to be strong for him and not show how much it hurts her.

Such class for a young actress her age. No wonder she said hell to the no to starring in 50 Shades. She's got sense.

Such class for a young actress her age. No wonder she said hell to the no to starring in 50 Shades. She's got sense.

"She had a lively, playful disposition, which delighted in anything ridiculous." (Elizabeth Bennet) Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

"She had a lively, playful disposition, which delighted in anything ridiculous." (Elizabeth Bennet) Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

In an ideal world no one would talk before 10am. People would just hug because waking up is really hard.

In an ideal world no one would talk before 10am. People would just hug because waking up is really hard.

"Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing." -Pissarro

"Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing." -Pissarro

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