Sunday, December 14, 2008

no, seriously, tell me how do you REALLY feel about Twilight?

This made me laugh really hard. Am I a bad person?(Thanks for the link, Angelle.)

29 comments:

Merry Monteleone said...

I'm at least as bad as you are!!! You should share this with Jenny Rappaport - she'd love it.

Thanks for the laugh, moonie.

Miriam S.Forster said...

Okay, I almost fell off my chair, and my husband is in hysterics. (Neither one of us have seen the movie.)

Hi-lar-ious.

Catherine Haines said...

Yeah, so my friend Chris Hansen would like you to have a seat right over here.

Usually the Chris Hansen mentions are in reference to Jacob (or Quil and his in-diapers love interest). Nice to see he equally applicable to vampires too!

Heidi C. Vlach said...

If it's wrong to find that funny, I don't wanna be right!

Chris Eldin said...

All I have to say is, "THANK YOU!"

:-)

Jill Wheeler said...

Hee hee... "I have to go home and wax first!" and "My friend Chris Hansen would like to talk to you..."

Awesome.

Jeanie W said...

I love it! Thanks for posting the link.

ChristaCarol said...

*giggles hysterically*

Valerie Geary said...

Oh my God that was fantastic!!!!

Charles Gramlich said...

I believe it absolutely. I sort of thought that was what the movie was like.

Nancy Hightower said...

Bad Moonrat, Bad! I couldn't wipe the grin off my face after reading it.

Madame Lefty said...

I'm a Twilight fan, but that was just so spot on funny, it killed me. I had to share it on my blog.

peggy said...

oh man, I read that script thing from her link and that was sooo hilarious! Thanks for the link :)

Kaz Augustin said...

This is why I have CRACKED on feed. Those guys are hilarious.

writtenwyrdd said...

I have to admit I didn't hate the movie, although I will not voluntarily see it again due to the abysmal character of Bella The Helpless Doormat.

I read the books and there's a lot to like--particularly if you're a teenage girl in that obsessing over boys phase. I can relate to that, having been there once upon a time; but I don't really enjoy reading about Bella's obsession with Edward, lol.

Chelle said...

Great way to end the weekend! I haven't laughed that hard in awhile! Thanks for sharing the laugh! =)

Justus M. Bowman said...

I'm not sure why she wanted to wax her back...oh, well.

*spouts naivety*

Liz said...

"CAM GIGANDET

Oh man, that looks great, are you gonna finish that?"

I can't stop laughing. I soooo wish that had been the actual line in the book. Or the movie. Somewhere.

Maree A. said...

Cracked me up (pun intended - snigger!). In fact, still laughing....not that I've seen the movie yet - doesn't release here till Boxing Day.

Maree A. said...

BTW, have to clarify that I liked the book(s) and I still definitely wanna see the movie...with tweenie daughter in tow. Guess that makes me officially a fan, huh?

S.T. Fang said...

This is great!

BTW have you seen the 'Joe Loves Crappy Movies' comic strip for the film? Says everything I want to say about Twilight:
http://www.digitalpimponline.com/images/movie/404.jpg

AC said...

mwah ha ha! The evil vampire Moronula? Count Joseph von Smith?

And anything with a Chris Hansen reference wins at life.

Crimogenic said...

Funny stuff! The cracked movie script is great.

I won't see the movie, but I read the books. Wish that I hadn't. I remember reading the next book in the series, hoping that some how it was going to get better. I'm in therapy now :)

The Celebrated Author said...

That cracked script was fantastic. Now, if I'm a teenage girl and didn't like the books *or* the movie, that's saying something, isn't it?

ElanaJ said...

Finally. I've someone who I can relate to over the Twilight movie. Now I feel complete. :)

Linda said...

Thanks for saving me the nine bucks - how can any movie be better than that hacked script? My belly still aches... thanks. Peace, Linda

word verification: ratfu. Egg fu young made with rodent? The sequel to kung fu panda?

Maggie Stiefvater said...

This was patently hilarious in a way that I'm not really allowed to acknowledge publicly on my blog.

Mary Witzl said...

My teenage girls would love this. They have failed to be lured in by the magic of Twilight; they can't get over how wimpy Bella is, or how unfair that a girl who is supposed to be rather unattractive is portrayed by a star of exceptional good looks. Nice to know we aren't the only ones.

Glen Akin said...

OH MY GOD! LMAO! This is my favorite bit:

ROBERT PATTINSON

So, the next generation of young women are currently flocking to see a female lead starring in a movie by a female director based on a bestselling book by a female author, and in this movie the main character wants to become completely submissive and self-sacrificing for a male.

KRISTEN STEWART

I love you. Put a baby in me.

ROBERT PATTINSON

At least the other three books can't possibly be more misogynistic and depressing.


They ARE.

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