From time to time I’ll post groups of tweets on the regular blog for those of you who like to live your lives in more than 140 characters. Here’s the Twilight Tweets…
So, in order to be wildly irritating to people in the Eastern Time Zones, I started live-blogging Twilight on Twitter as I watched it on PPV the other night (at about 11pm Pacific) I know everyone else either read the books years ago or saw the movie last year, but I’ve been busy and I’m not a fourteen year old girl, so it didn’t have top priority for me. Still…
Watching Twilight on PPV. If I take my own life before the 2nd act does it count as a teen suicide?
Twilight: They really seem to nauseate each other. Is that a thing with the kids?
Twilight: Just met the Dr. SON of the JOKER!
Twilight: My next vamp book EVERYONE is going to have lip gloss on at all times.
Twilight: Ahhhhhhhhhh! What’s all the angst? I have super human powers, so I think I’ll, oh, go to high school. ‘Splain please?
Twilight: Ah, I get it. Indians and vampires are natural enemies. Like pirates and ninjas.
Twilight: OMF zombie jebus on a pogo-stick. I just got to the shiny part. They need to put them on Xmas trees.
Twilight: Edward’s all: I want to kill you. In the BuTT!
Twilight: After an eternity of killing, he’s totally going for second base!
Twilight: Bella: I’m sure of three things. Edward is a vampire. I love him. I have no personality.
Twilight: I love Jasper. Total Scissorhands energy! I thought he was going to hurl on Bella.
Twilight: Edward rocks at tree climbing! He could totally live off of squirrel blood. “It tastes of nuts.”
Twilight: Bella’s going to sacrifice her life at her old dance studio. I’ve been to Phoenix, I always feel that way there.
Twilight: OMG, it’s werewolf/vampire air circus. Crouching Emo, Leaping Indy
Twilight: On noez, Edward has to suck the venom out. That line NEVER works for me. “No, you have to or I’ll change to werewolf!” Nope.
Twilight: Edward is giving her the “it’s not you, it’s me,” speech. So much for super powers
So that took about an hour and forty minutes I’ll never get back…