Admitting you like Twilight.. on NATIONAL TV?

Dear Twilight,

We got an email from friend Shannon the other day & I got quite Twilosophical when thinking about what she wrote:

UC & Moon-

So I was reading the bios for the upcoming bachelor season. (I use to be an avid watcher but I’m sitting this season out) That said, the bios crack me up! I love their AWESOME literary suggestions as well *sarcasm.* I mean I love me some Twilight (thus why I read your blog every day and am emailing you this) but I would never claim that it is my favorite book. There are a few girls who take claim to it.

This is my most favorite one:

Please love her excellent spelling skills! *sarcasm*

Lisa M. is 100% completely RIGHT. Except about her spelling of Stephenie’s name. But admitting it? On National TV? (Let alone a TV show where you want to end up taking home a husband!?) Would I do that? Forgetting the fact that I did it on web TV and then also on regional TV and talked about it in a New Zealand Magazine, would I do it if I were on the Bachelor? Or, say, on a cooking show. Or say HGTV answers my cry for help to please please PLEASE decorate my sad-looking 750 sq. foot loft & asks me about the stack of Twilight “stuff” sitting in the corner by my desk. Would I fess up to my love? Or would I just try to pass it off like it’s a book I read “this one time” and never thought of again?

Olivia on Biggest Loser does it. (Or wait.. Maybe she hasn’t admitted it but we’ve just made enough noise (Plus there’s a Letters 2 Team Purple you have to be reading) that she can’t deny it!) In fact, LOTS of celebs & people in media admit their love. Jimmy Fallon FANBOYS over anything Twi! What’s my problem? Why do I think I wouldn’t go all-out and admit that I go crazy for this stuff!? I asked Moon & she wanted me to put it in context. Am I talking when she wins Barbara Walter’s Most Fascinating person of 2011? Or Being interviewed by the news cameras after the next drive-by shooting that happens when she’s hanging out in East LA? I told her to imagine she was being interviewed by her hero- Conan:

Well, I’d play it a lot differently of rob was next to me, but I’d admit to liking Twi. And I’d try to play it cool. (like, i would yello ZOMG jacob!!!I#W()#($ TEAM SPARKLEPEEN!!!!) But It’s Conan. He’s get it. If anyone would, HE would! I trust Coco!

So after MUCH Twilosophical thinking (like 7 minutes) I’ve decided this: If I had never started this blog, I would NOT have a problem admitting that I love Twilight SO much and cried multiple times, fell in love with Edward immediately & didn’t talk to my family for 5 days at the beach because of it. And that’s because I would just be a normal fan- who squees at pics of Eddy & Bella in Bed and doesn’t know that there are actual fans out there who have the phrase “I love to masturbate” written in their twitter profiles doing just THAT to the picture. But the thing is.. I do know about that. I do know things I wish I didn’t know about the fandom. I have seen the MAJOR GOOD but also the bad. and the ugly. And so sometimes it makes me ashamed.

But then again- such incredible things have happened to me as a result of this blog so…. watch what I’m about to do right here….I would admit it. And Proudly. But… with a sidenote- It wouldn’t be: “I’m just a girl who likes Twilight” but would be, “I love Twilight because it’s a great story AND it’s brought wonderful people into my life & given me great, fun opportunities I wouldn’t trade for the world- no, not even the crazy bad, ugly stories. But if you want to hear any, oh do I have SOME to share!” Aww.. cute! Then Jimmy Fallon & I would hi-five. Oprah would give me a house in the Caribbean & Paula Dean would make me cupcakes with 5 sicks of butter & 3 packs of bacon.

Love,
UnintendedChoice

So imagine YOU’RE on National TV. First off, what show are you on. And secondly, how are you gonna admit that you like Twilight? How DETAILED will you get!?

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  • SueG.

    I would admit that I love Twilight! And if asked why, I’d say that it brought back that giddy, crush-like feeling I had back in my late teens when I first met my husband!

    • MariaCecilia

      That’s the truth, right there! I remember all the awesome stories I have read here about how Twilight actually changed lives for the better, and I have the same type of experience. It’s like we were “changed”, and not into a pale, cold, bloodthirsty but endurable vampire, but a more warm-blooded, fun-loving, tequila-thirsty, life-affirming woman! Win!

  • Anonymous

    I’d be on Ellen…..and it would be cool cause Ellen made boxers that say “ellen” for the Edward barbie……and I’d be like I love Twilight cause it got me reading and doing stuff again besides the awesome job of changing diapers……..

    Side note…I have been to PaulaDeans’s house (seriously….my husband ran sound and lights for a band there for her niece’s reception) We got to eat her bacon two hours after the dinner was over…..it was kinda nasty ;-)

  • Anonymous

    Personal note to UC: PLEASE post WARNING BEFORE any talk of this: “there are actual fans out there who have the phrase “I love to masturbate” written in their twitter profiles doing just THAT to the picture.” THANK YOU…will be back later when my i have cleaned up all the coffee off the keyboard, gotten a fresh cup, snuck in a nap so that I can forget I EVER read that!!
    xo

    • Anonymous

      yea, that was an early morning wake up

    • Anonymous

      yea, that was an early morning wake up

    • Anonymous

      yea, that was an early morning wake up

    • Anonymous

      Believe it or not, UC was going easy on us. I’ve (unintentionally) encountered a lot worse Twitter accounts/profiles than that.

    • Anonymous

      Believe it or not, UC was going easy on us. I’ve (unintentionally) encountered a lot worse Twitter accounts/profiles than that.

      • MariaCecilia

        That’s why we play it safe and hover here with the Normal people…

      • Stacey

        That’s the truth! UGH and TMI! Things no one really ever know.

    • Midnight Cougar (MC)

      This is exactly why I don’t do Twitter, how disgusting!

      & I got your e-mail Cyn & I just replied & attached a pic of the kids from Xmas. I miss you too my friend. *hugs*

  • http://twitter.com/MonsterKristie Kristie Figueroa

    Would I admit my obsession for Twilight? Hale-Yes! Its who I am! LOL! Everyone knows me for it. Even my daughter sees a picture of Robert Pattinson and says “Mommy, look! Your boyfriend!!” I’ve trained her well!! :)

  • Anonymous

    I’ll cop to the books being really fun and, like SueG. said, reminding you how it felt to first fall in love. I’d even admit that to a curmudgeon like Letterman. But the movies… Not sure I could admit to that in a public forum. Maybe to Seacrest on a red carpet… Joan Rivers could get it out of me if she told me she liked my dress, just because I’d be so delightfully scared of her.

  • zzzKATEzzz

    I would love to be on Jeopardy, especially if it was a show like last night that had categories titled “Team Jacob” and “Team Edward.” And although I may not write down on my little info card that I’m a fan, Alex would probably have to ask after revealing those categories… I don’t have sq very good poker face and I would probably be standing there smiling like I had a hanger in my mouth.

    Yes I’m a fan. I’ve read the books, seen the movies, and read this little tongue-in-cheek blog that makes me smile every day.

    Alex: here is $30000.

    Thanks, but I would like to see if I can win on my own.

    Alex: no, here $30000 cash. I’m team Edward.

    …Then I would feel kind of bad for the next contestant who only had a story about getting lost on a trip to New York.

    • oh werd?

      You took the words right out of my mouth (keyboard?). No really. I was totally gonna say all of that.

  • Anonymous

    I think Lisa.M over there fancies herself as Bella very much and is fishing for a part in the twilight-for-television series. Anyone else feeling it?

    • Anonymous

      It’s clearly Summit’s fault. It’s their conspiracy.

    • Anonymous

      It’s clearly Summit’s fault. It’s their conspiracy.

    • Stacey

      I’m sure she is! And hoping that one of the film’s producers will fire Kristen and put her in the role. Just like a soap opera.

  • MyNieceIsAFanRIGHT

    I don’t think I had time to change my facial expression when I was given a Twilight t-shirt for a present in hopes I would wear it to the opening of Eclipse so we matched (she even got one with Jacob to try to sway me). I guess I forgot to tell her about the no PDT (Public Displays of Twilight) clause in our Twilight friendship. So yep, I would say actually speaking of Twilight love while cameras are rolling would be slim (but oh boy, when those slips come, do I turn red!!!!).

    The first thing I thought was if you looked like the girl in the picture, you might be able to get away with declaring your Twilight love out loud . . . because then the unicorns might appear (magical as it might seem). The majority would be lured to appear (screw the virgin in the meadow trap . . . WAIT, I sense a hidden parallel theme here!!!!). But I have a nephew too and I have seen it in action as he tries to score brownie points.

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  • Anonymous

    I’m with Moon: I could only admit it to Coco. You could admit ANYTHING to that man and somehow he’d twist it to make it seem awesome.

    I would never, ever admit it on a dating show where I potentially could meet my future husband. Wait a second. I would never go on a dating show to begin with and/or take it seriously as a venue for meeting my potential husband. Moot point.

    Hating to admit you’re a Twilight fan boils down to exactly what you said: unfortunately, there are a few really, really bad/insane eggs that give all Twilight fans a rotten connotation. On the other hand, if more Normal ladies were to admit, “yes, I’ve read it, yes, I’ve enjoyed it, so what?” maybe we could tone down the whole Twifan=Crazy reputation. Or not. Pretty hard to tone down some of the pure insanity I see around these days. Take Twitter, for example, I mean, did you SEE how many girls were flipping out over Tortilla Soup last night? Not that I was one of them…well, I was, but not for the same reasons. See, I had actually PLANNED to make that soup and then mid-afternoon I see some Twisbian get retweeted about it and was horrified to discover that what I had planned for my dinner was ruined by none other than KStew. But I digress. Where were we?!

  • Anonymous

    I’m with Moon: I could only admit it to Coco. You could admit ANYTHING to that man and somehow he’d twist it to make it seem awesome.

    I would never, ever admit it on a dating show where I potentially could meet my future husband. Wait a second. I would never go on a dating show to begin with and/or take it seriously as a venue for meeting my potential husband. Moot point.

    Hating to admit you’re a Twilight fan boils down to exactly what you said: unfortunately, there are a few really, really bad/insane eggs that give all Twilight fans a rotten connotation. On the other hand, if more Normal ladies were to admit, “yes, I’ve read it, yes, I’ve enjoyed it, so what?” maybe we could tone down the whole Twifan=Crazy reputation. Or not. Pretty hard to tone down some of the pure insanity I see around these days. Take Twitter, for example, I mean, did you SEE how many girls were flipping out over Tortilla Soup last night? Not that I was one of them…well, I was, but not for the same reasons. See, I had actually PLANNED to make that soup and then mid-afternoon I see some Twisbian get retweeted about it and was horrified to discover that what I had planned for my dinner was ruined by none other than KStew. But I digress. Where were we?!

    • Anonymous

      I’m a Twitter-ignorant so I don’t get the Tortilla Soup reference. Elaborate, please?

      • Anonymous

        It doesn’t have too much to do with Twitter, just that KStew is in Feb. Vogue and she gave Vogue her recipe for Tortilla Soup, which was scanned and posted online yesterday. So if you searched “Tortilla Soup” last night there were hundreds of Krisbians getting all excited about soup.

        (This sounds like I spend way too much time online…I swear I don’t, I just am at my computer working a good 8 hours+ a day and get distracted from time to time)

        • Stacey

          Really? Why am I not surprised by this? However, now I might be wanting Tortilla soup. Not Kristen’s. I just need an idea for dinner.

          • Anonymous

            Kandnandb and I via Twitter last night agreed that the “non-sourpuss” variety is with chicken, corn and black beans, not bell peppers (blech).

            If you are interested, it’s superbly easy to make, just sautee some onions and garlic, add oregano (hehe, the irony), cayenne, cumin, other Mexican seasoning if you have any, add canned tomatoes, some water/chicken broth, then add beans and corn and cooked chicken breasts (shredded/cubed), hot peppers if you want, season to taste, and voila… NON sourpuss tortilla soup perfect for serving to Rob when he visits. It’s good served w/ shredded cheese, cilantro, a squeeze of lime, and a dash of Robpr0n.
            /end personal vendetta against KStew’s soup.

            Kidding, of course. I don’t really care what her recipe is. Also, I apologize to UC and Moon for turning their blog comment section into an anti-KStew recipe sharing venue.

          • Anonymous

            can’t wait to try it…love me some soup

          • Anonymous

            Thanks for the recipe. I have some chicken broth to use up, and it’s soup season. It sounds yummy!

        • natteringyeahrobber

          I couldn’t resist. I had to twitter search kristen and tortilla. I love the user names that come up – kstewsbitch, lovinthestew, stewylover, robstenlover, etc… Lots of references, but no reviews. I’d challenger her to a tortilla soup-off. Bell peppers, and flour tortillas…amateur (just kidding).

          • Anonymous

            The tortilla soup-off is on: LTTers versus Kristen.

            And yes actually I believe that’s where I found all of the horrifying Krisbian accounts, by searching for tortilla soup. There was one that said something about how they tweet about themselves having sex with Kristen and Rob all day… um, OMG, where are your parents?! I am afraid to ask. Log off your Twitter and do your homework.

          • natteringyeahrobber

            i’m sure grocery stores had a run on bell peppers yesterday – produce managers probably wondered wtf that was all about. oh well, at least it is getting teens to cook.

          • Anonymous

            YES

      • Anonymous

        I’m right there with you

  • MariaCecilia

    No comment. Let me amplify that. I mean: I absolutely deny any accusations that I have ever been, am now, or did ever contemplate becoming a member of the Twi fandom. No way. That’s not me. I have never re-read the books by that Steph, whatever her name was, never bought magazines with Ronald or her, Christine, on the cover, never spent hundreds of dollars on Twi-related purchases or cried myself to sleep over the story. And my middle name is Denali, not Denial! ;-)

    • TeamSeth

      Denali not Denial! Such a clever girl! :)

  • JennB33

    5 sicks of butter? Yeah, boy!!
    Now I want butter bacon cupcakes, and I blame you! :)

    I would admit it, I don’t care. But I would make sure to spell the damn author’s name right!

  • Anonymous

    I would be on “What Not to Wear” (let’s be honest) and I would end up confessing my Twi-love when they try to make me get rid of the tote bags that I use for purses: my library bag, my go green bag, and my LTT bag. I don’t care that they’re not stylish! They hold everything and I can hold on to the dream that I’ll meet another LTT lady!

  • Gwen Alcorn

    Yes I would let the world know I love twilight It would probally be on American idol because I won’t to get on that show one day. And maybe I would get to meet the cast I think they are great not just for twilight.

  • Anonymous

    At this point in time, it seems kind of random to mention Twilight in a television show context. I’d have to be asked about it, preferably by Coco or Ellen, (you know, once I’m famous for absolutely nothing) and I don’t know how that would even come up unless the previous or next guest was someone from the franchise… but in that case, if I just met that person back stage, I might have to bring it up myself and if they were sitting next to me on the couch, I would defs bring it up, but totally play it cool. Either way, there would be LTT shoutouts, no doubt.

    Picture it: a Hollywood Studio, 2011. You’re having a drink backstage to calm your nerves before appearing on a talk show. You’re walking towards the green room, past the catered table where you get a whiff of garlic breadsticks. No time for that now, so you continue on your way, round the corner and run into none other than Big Daddy himself (oh yeah, Taylor is on the show too), who is heading towards the breadsticks. You immediately ask for a picture which you tweet out. 2 minutes later you are walking out to the crowd. Now tell me you aren’t going to give an LTT/Twilight shout-out after an epic meeting like that!?

    • TeamSeth

      I just read all of that from “Picture it” on in the Twilight Zone guy’s voice…it was epic

  • Anonymous

    If I can’t even admit it on my facebook profile, why would I admit it on TV?

    For real, though, I admit it if asked. But I generally don’t bring it up (generally…there are exceptions to this rule). I just think people assume too much about you if you are 36 and say you like a book that is marketed for teen girls. :(

    And when I DO admit it, I DO NOT admit the extent to which I enjoy the whole crazy business. My husband is having a weekend with his best guy friends coming up and I made him PROMISE not to mention me writing fanfic, even though it’s normally the sort of chit-chat thing those guys would talk about, you know, what they’re wives are currently doing, etc. Well, THEIR wives have PhDs from MIT and do medical research and all that, so I DO NOT need them knowing that I actually like Twilight to that extent. NO THANKS.

    • Midnight Cougar (MC)

      I’m still loving your FF btw, I just don’t review b/c I don’t have an account. It’s such a wonderful story, I check everyday to see if you’ve updated.

      • Stacey

        Isn’t she a great writer!!!!

        • Midnight Cougar (MC)

          Yes Stacey she is a great writer & so are you, I’m waiting for updates for Forks & Patience….

        • Anonymous

          *blush*

          • Anonymous

            And you know, Stacey, you writing and posting your story was what gave me the courage to post what I had been writing, all lonely with just me and my laptop. YOU’RE AWESOME.

      • Anonymous

        So many thanks…I was writing last night, I’m thinking a few more days and we’ll have chapter 19

        • Anonymous

          Woohoo! Can’t wait

    • TeamSeth

      I don’t even associate your FF with Twilight you know. It’s just so amazingly awesome… I think all that is in common are some of the names. I love your story soooo much. You shouldn’t be ashamed that you’re writing an epic 19th century political family drama–I bet that the PhD wives wouldn’t be able to get enough of Lord Masen and Shakespearean loving Beller! I know I can’t.

      • Anonymous

        You know, if I ever feel insecure about my writing (oh wait, that’s every day…) I’m just going to come back here and re-read these comments. xoxo

    • northernlights

      PhDs, pffft… I’ve got one from Cambridge University and do medical research – and love ff. It’s a great way to wind down after an exhausting week. I bet some of “the wives” know 50shades or another variation of Mr. Edward Cullen. Maybe you could ask?

      • Anonymous

        Thanks, northernlights. :)

        I know one of them loves Twilight (she borrowed the first book the last time she was visiting and ended up a full-blown fan). Buuuuut…somehow there’s a difference between “I really liked the books” and “Writing my chaste little ff is what I look forward to doing after the kids go to bed.” Somehow one is just more respectable for dinner conversation. But maybe she’s as into it as I am and I’m just too chicken to ask?

        • TeamSeth

          Maybe she reads it and doesn’t even know it’s you writing…

  • Anonymous

    This convo happened this weekend:
    KJ (friend): “Your sparkly boy was on the show last night.”
    VMI (Me): “Was it awesomeness or did he dork out?”
    JK (dorky 35yo white girl): “Wait, what are y’all talking about?”
    Fast forward to answer as it pertains to this blog post.
    VMI: “I am a not-so-closet fan and lover of Twilight, Rob, sparkly things and a certain blog called LTT *waving finger in front of “Tweed Serious” shirt.* I don’t advertise it because I’m too cool to fangirl. And, because people think they need to have an opinion about your business. They don’t. But I can’t deny my Twi-love, purple’s cool.”

    That’s how we do it in our neighborhood.

  • Midnight Cougar (MC)

    It’s no secret to anyone that I love Twilight & Rob lol, so yes I would admit it on TV.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve shoved that book in far too many people’s faces to deny my Twi love.

    ME: “Have you ever read Twilight?”
    FRIEND/RELATIVE/COWORKER (FRC for short) “No.”
    ME: “Ooooh. You have to read Twilight.” (depending on about of skepticism add in coercion tactics. And I’m a very persuasive person. ;) But it usually doesn’t take much since I’ll only bring it up if I’m relatively sure they already read it or would be open to reading it.)
    FRC: “I’ll have to read that sometime.”
    ME: (like a drug dealer anxious to get them hooked) “I’ll loan it to you. I’ll bring it along when I see you next.”

    ME: (next day) “Here.” (shoves Twilight in their face like I’ll get a cut of the profits if I get them hooked and they buy their own set… Which most of the time they do which is why my Twilight paperback looks sooo beat up. It has been loaned out a LOT.)
    FRC: “Thanks.” (obviously unsure about this vampire book I’m practically forcing them to read. I loaned it to them, they feel obligated to try to read it.)

    (a day or two later one of the two responses is almost certain)
    FRC: “Can I have the next book?” (with a hopeful craze in their eyes) “Can you bring it to me tomorrow?”
    –or–
    FRC: “Here you go. I went and bought all the books last night. I’ve already started New Moon. I couldn’t wait.”
    ME: (either way) “Told you.”

    Yep. I push Twilight. But still waiting for a paycheck for it. ;)

    • Stacey

      You’re funny! Twilight pusher. I might have tried a couple of times, but I’ve gotten a couple funny looks. I tried to say it was a romance, a tame thriller and even a sparkly comedy. Unfortunately, no takers yet!

    • Midnight Cougar (MC)

      I haven’t had an e-mail from you since before Xmas girl, where the Hell have you been! Missed you.

      • TeamSeth

        she pulled the same stunt on me! She’s in texas or something on vacation… Love you, TJE! ;)

        • Midnight Cougar (MC)

          Oh, thank you TS, I was getting a little worried I hadn’t heard from her. Speaking of e-mails, I think I owe you one too. :-)

          • TeamSeth

            I’m so behind from xmas break (which was like NYE break for me) that I have no clue… it’s probably me who owes you. Sigh. We can just start anew.

        • Anonymous

          Sorry!! And I’m in AZ now. Funny story, we were are a market, rows and rows and rows of vendors. There was a table out FULL of Twilight shirts. I wasn’t the one who spotted it, Mr TJE did. He waves me over, puts his arm around me, and asks me if I don’t just want to buy them all. I give him my best sarcastic, “har har” look. Then he smiles and points to my, “That’s Normal” shirt I’m sporting, as if to say, “what’s different with these from the shirt you’re wearing?”
          He doesn’t get the distinction.

          Oh and love you too babe.

      • Anonymous

        TS is right. I WAS in TX. But for the last…how long has it been?… week I’ve been in AZ. Mesa, AZ. (and nope, no Stephenie sightings) Hanging out with my hubs’ snowbird grandparents. The kids LOVE it here. They can swim outside in January, their hearts have been win over. I love hearing how freaking cold MN has been while we’ve been gone. :) And I ALMOST, got to meet Luludee in my travels through the country. But due to a #TJE Fail, it didn’t happen. :( (still kicking myself Luludee)

        Back to reality soon. Hubs and kids taking one last dip in the pool before we head back home to the snow and cold. While I’m lying in a dark, quiet room fighting with my most recent battle with my head. Stupid migraines.

        Sorry to have worried you. I’m glad you’re okay though too. I’d wondered the same about you. Or if I’d said something to upset you or something. An email to you would have been sent if I’d not heard from you after I got home and re-acclimated to the frozen tundra of home.

  • Stacey

    I really like Twilight, but I also think if I hadn’t met all of you, I wouldn’t be SOO into it. Or maybe, I would, but it wouldn’t be as much fun.

    You know who I want on Conan…Rob. That would be hilarious!

    • TeamSeth

      Yes, it’s much more fun to be able to discuss whether or not the lack of use of yellow kitchen cabinets was an intentional artistic decision or just an oversight of a really simple detail in the book, rather than to not be able to discuss it. I think so anyway :)

  • Anonymous

    FYI..can’t reply to comments or “like” anything AGAIN.. :(
    If I were ever on a TV show..(only thing I would be on is America’s funniest video’s) I would somehow make sure that my LTT was proudly brought up!!! I may be embarrassed by some of my Twi-stuff, but NOT LTT or the wonderful friends I have met here! (Best Bella voice) “You are my life now” xo

    • http://letterstotwilight.com UnintendedChoice

      yay!!!

  • natteringyeahrobber

    I don’t know if I can admit to loving Twilight, but I can certainly admit to appreciating it. Actually, I don’t understand people who cannot appreciate – because there is something for everyone, whether it be Rob as Edward (why I got into the whole series – without him, I would still be an outsider), the cornball moments in the movies, Twilight drinking games, or just fun fiction that doesn’t require you constantly looking up historical context/words/french phrases. I’d admit to anyone, but I’d really love to talk to Colbert about it. I’m sure he’s read them all (he’s got a daughter who is of Twilight reading age) and I’d love to hear his whole perspective on leg hitches, Mike Newton, and feathers.

  • Anonymous

    Why are you people not talking about the important part of this post, the Letters 2 Team Purple blog?
    :P I would admit it and have even though it makes me feel ill at ease. I then would, like UC go into stories of friendships and the like that the book has brought me. I find generally people get jealous when they hear of all the fun and silliness liking teenage vampires has brought me.

    • Goldberrybecca

      hey, uh, janetrigs…. question… I’ve never been sure, is it jane trigs or janet rigs??? This has bothered me for some time cause when I say your name in my mind I gotta get it right. :-)

      • Anonymous

        Well, Becca I actually go by either. Although my first name is actually Janet

        • Goldberrybecca

          thanks! And I am team purple all the way!! Even my hair is purple!

  • Goldberrybecca

    I am team Twilight for sure, but don’t out myself on Facebook, or in RL. Usually. ;-)
    At home… different story. When I play Mario Kart with my 9 yr old son, I use the Edward Mii I created. Oh yeah.

    • Anonymous

      An Edward Mii? That’s hilarious! And Normal.

      • Goldberrybecca

        Im thinking I need to add in the whole Cullen clan. :-) Then all I need is a few friends to come over so we can see just who IS faster and stronger!

    • Anonymous

      An Edward Mii? That’s hilarious! And Normal.

    • Anonymous

      An Edward Mii? That’s hilarious! And Normal.

    • Anonymous

      An Edward Mii? That’s hilarious! And Normal.

  • TeamSeth

    I’d definitely admit it… on the craig ferguson show. I’d give a hand out to Charlie Bewley and Daniel Cudmore and the character Seth being so darn awesome, then I’d quickly segue into Doctor Who, because I know Craig super loves that and we could bond over his Scottishness and David Tennant’s scottishness and make fun jokes about how Tennant’s marrying his daughter etc. AND we’d freeze frame high five, because that’s how Ferg is. I <3 him. Sigh. Craig, if you're reading, I want to come on your show the next time I'm in LA. Surely i come up with some reason to be "famous" enough by then to be a guest star!!! Oh! Now I have a new goal for 2011 :D

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