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8 Things PAPER TOWNS Taught Us About Road Trips

Whether planned or spontaneous, a road trip will be an adventure – and Paper Towns is the perfect guide to ensure you have the best one ever. Here are the 8 things Paper Towns taught us about road trips!


Originally posted by papertownsmovie

1. There’s pleasure in leaving, but only if the place you leave matters.


Originally posted by yahooentertainment

2. You can’t get a ticket if you’re less than 9 MPH over the speed limit. (Note: we don’t recommend trying this theory.)


Originally posted by tilldeathdousart

3. With the appropriate number of snacks and drinks, and a continual supply of fuel, it’s possible to keep going forever.


Originally posted by my-black-coffie-soul-everything

4. A road trip is a great time to play that guy is a gigolo, a game in which players create a backstory for the people in other cars on the road. Warning: it tends to reveal more about the player’s life than the stranger’s.


source: pucksandpaperbacks

5. Traveling teaches you a lot about yourself. For instance, how you act after multiple energy drinks or how comfortable you are peeing into bottles.


Originally posted by parishingzombie

6. Always keep an eye out for cows in the middle of the road.


Originally posted by headlikeanorange

7. There’s consistency in the world; you can drive 15 hours without the landscape changing all that much.


Originally posted by rawsawbie

8. Road trips always make for one hell of a story.


source: giphy

Ready for your next road trip? Start reading Paper Towns here!

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