-submitted by therealdrakemerwin
It’s so tempting to write the perfect character: the dream man, the rugged hero, a character who could grace the catwalks of Milan, knows exactly what’s going on, can solve anything. But it never turns out well. One element every character must have is a flaw.
As of two minutes ago I am officially two decades old.
As an English major, people expect me to be able to write really well, spell flawlessly, punctuate properly, know every word in the dictionary, and to verbally communicate with ease. Now I’m not saying that in reality, I’m terrible and I’m the opposite of all those things….
John Green The Fault in Our Stars