Actually, scratch the whole backpack part of her forest adventures and substitute it with a single carry-on suitcase and "literally friend's couches." Since bestowing her house to her G-Ma, Woodley is essentially homeless and confessed to Jimmy Kimmel that her entire life can be contained in a carry-on suitcase. That life being a single pair or jeans, an incoherent number of leggings, tank-tops, and a computer. Woodley was also without a phone, but The Fault In Our Stars people saw a fault in her lack of reachability and gave her a temporary one with the number taped on the back. It's "kind of hilarious," she says.
What's even more hilarious is the fact that, despite her carry-on luggage/nut-foraging lifestyle, Woodley still manages to show up to events in a different outfit every time. The way this author sees it, we are left to draw one of three conclusions:
— Like her "kind of hilarious" cellphone, Woodley is borrowing outfits on behalf of The Fault In Our Stars press people.
— Woodley's carry-on bag is actually Mary Poppins' bag and expands infinitely to hold her entire life.
— Woodley is trolling us all with these Free People-like anecdotes.
You be the judge. (Gawker)