Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Twilight

Fact: I might get stoned for this.

Twilight - Okay I just don't get it.

Why are grown women obsessing about books that were made for tweens? Why are you reading about a sparkly vampire? Why are you so in love with said sparkly vampire?

If Chad had glitter make-up on and tried to bite my neck I'd backslap him. Not hot. And super weirdsies!

AND WHY DO YOU KEEP TELLING ME "OMG OMG OMG. Oh you haveeeeeeeeee to read it. It's like the greatest thing I've ever read."

Really?! A book about sparkle vamps made for 13 year old is seriously the greatest piece of literature you've ever read? You might want to join a book club.

I've known girls that actually get upset that their husbands/boyfriends aren't as sweet and romantic as Edward/Jacob. Ugh! I'm irritated that I even know their names! Do y'all not realize that ARE NOT REAL. Reading a book that makes you fantasize about what your life would be like if it was a massive romance between you and a fictional character is just weird too me. I don't need a sparkled vampire to make me swoon.

I have Chad. He buys me potted plants. Now THAT is romance.

So leave me alone about reading/watching/having anything to do with Twilight. Boo Hiss.

3 comments:

  1. Well, the novels are not only about vampires. I was fascinated by the whole love story itself. And Stephanie is a gifted writer. I used to read a lot untill I had my first child. So, since about 7 years I have read only childrens books and parenting magazines. Than I saw the movie Twilight and was amazed by that love story. A friend got me the books a b-day presents and I could not set them down. Sort of :) There is this team Edward vs. team Jacob thing going on. I think that is pretty sad. So, you might just want to give it a little try. Than you know at least if you like it or not.

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  2. I love sparkly things!!! Do not hate on the sparkles!!!

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