No! I am so sick of hearing about Twilight. The books were fun, that's all. Not exactly great literature. It kind of creeps me out how many Moms our age are so into this. I'm on Team Eric (hey you probably are too!)
Me too! My eldest daughter has read the book, we've seen the first film what feels like a BILLION times. Over it!!She wants to see the new film, well she can nag her mother and see it down there. Cause sure as anything she'll nag me too.Only two more in the series, right?
THANK YOU!!!!! Good to know I'm not crazy, they all are. hee hee. And yes, I'm on team Eric, he's WAYYYY better than Edward or Jacob! The books made me crazy, fun to read once but now I read all the books in a series from the library before I commit to buying them because of that series. AND, why is Robert Pattison so hot???? I still don't get it. Ok, rant is done.
Dude looks like a lady! He wears lipstick..Mrs Nobody wanted me to go to New Moon with her, so I did. It was totally "meh". Unbelievable how all the high school age girls were going crazy over edward.
I liked the books, read them twice because I had nothing else to do. Saw the first movie was not impressed at all, saw the second one yesterday and again Not impressed. What is really gross is that plays Jacob is really a 17 yr old boy and to see moms whistle for him makes me sick. I think any guy under the age of 18 shouldn't even be looked at by older woman. we would hate it if men did that. Anyways not too excited for the third to come out in June.
Oh no you aren't the only one. I am not the slightest bit interested in teenage vampires. I haven't read the books, I won't see the movies, and I don't think those pale teenage boys are sexy.J.
You are not alone. Vampires are a pain in the neck (har, har). Always with the hissing and spitting, dripping blood on the carpet. Who needs it?
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