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So I read (and loved) this book three years ago and I'm sort of giddy to see it's being adapted for the silver screen. Standard 90s teen flick appearance aside, I hope they retain her anger. Her glorious, nearly paralyzing anger. And that ending. 
Fingers crossed.

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  1. Ah, I just saw this too. I'm cautiously optimistic that they keep to the spirit of the book (yes, the anger). Aside: what high school boy has abs like that?! That's a 20 something-year old. *googles*.. yeah 26.

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  2. I was hoping you'd chime in! Sigh . . . so true. Cautiously optimistic describes my state as well.

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  4. Kody Keplinger commented on the movie http://kodykeplinger.tumblr.com/post/103163060241/on-the-duff-movie-teaser-trailer#notes and it sounds like they had to change it to avoid all the sex, which I guess I understand, but it makes things very different. I'm still interested I think.

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  5. Thanks for that link. I like her response. But, yeah, it's gonna be way different. But fun I hope.

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  6. Ok WHAT?!!!! LOVE!!!

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