So THIS just about made my day (if not my week).
Very, very wonderful but it did make me feel a little guilty since in true Kit fashion I completely forgot about their music for a fair while after listening to it on repeat for some time.
Although after informing my group that what had happened, I was firmly told that Hoosiers is not pronounced ‘Hooz-yas’ as it is in my South London drawl.
On another note, after a long while of meaning to do so, I finally listened to their new singles. Put it this way, they were on my iPod within about a minute. Give Somewhere in the Distance and Make or Break a go.
So it last week me and my friends had a jaunt to town to go and see The Fault in Our Stars. I swore that I wasn’t going to cry since I don’t really ever cry at things like that and the book didn’t exactly choke me up.
When I read it, I told me eager mates that it was, ‘okay’ and was quickly berated for this.
It turns out that I came out of the cinema half a pack of tissues less than I came in with and my eye makeup looking worse than the times I’ve accidentally taken a shower with it still on.
I thought the casting choices for Hazel and Gus were fantastic, and much as I hate to admit it (as a book lover) I felt more attached to them in the film than I did the book.
(I know, I know, I’m a traitor)