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A girl who instead of being made up of cells and organs and stuff are actually made out of awesome.

The main characters crush in John Green's book Looking for Alaska.
That girl totally just pulled an AlaskaYoung moment!!
by gingerbutnotaweasley July 07, 2011
One of John Green's mythological creatures. Written by any other author, she would have been unforgettable. Instead she is used in a context where a wimpy kid falls for the pixie dream girl (Alaska Young), who feels sorry for herself, is not constant in character, is shallow in terms of complexity, is self-destructive but in a really lame way and is "mysterious", though the mystery is taken away when she states that the whole point is that they don't know her. She tries too hard to be adventurous, impulsive, bad ass and instead fails miserably. Alaska Young is a hero to John Green's fans, who only wish they could date a pixie dream girl but are content with fantasizing about her along with 35 year old author, who repeats the same characteristics in every goddamn piece of shit book he writes. And no, even though he does it over and over again in other books, the pixie dream girl doesn't get deeper or more realistic. John Green obviously mirrors a high school crush and a sexual fantasy of a girl who never gave him the time of day.
Nerdfighter: OMG, I want to be just like Alaska Young!! omg you're a genius!
John Green: I know. I'm sure that the girl I based her on is now wanting to get it on with me because I have money...
Pfff No.
by bellatrixlestrangeblack April 26, 2013