“Let’s go eat some people!”

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (soundtrack)
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A couple of weeks ago, I published a tongue in cheek post poking fun at Twilight and it’s fans…and quickly, my blog’s hits rocketed to new heights…which isn’t exactly saying much.  It revealed to me that there’s a bigger world out there than I realized, a world that follows this Twilight stuff, and avidly.  It’s a world far bigger than those looking for the random musings of a recently licensed attorney.

I don’t know if this is because there are more women online than men, or if Twilight fans (aka “Twifans” or “Twihards,” if they are really devoted) are more avid searchers of the web for content on their favorite movie and book, but there is a lot of interest in Stephanie Meyer‘s vampires.

On the other hand, I suppose it could be all the disenchanted men who have realized that there’s nothing they could ever do to measure up to the beautiful Edward or the ba-zillion abdominal muscles of the canine-like Jacob (aka “the human muscle chart”).  I have no doubt that there are a lot of those out there, too, and they are glad for any excuse to mock and laugh at the movement–because a movement is almost what it is–behind vegi-vampires and their virginal girlfriends.

Which ever group you fall into, be it Twifan or disgruntled boyfriend, here’s one more piece of the Twilight world for you to chew on (no pun intended).

Here’s “how it should have ended.” Twilight, that is.

And that’s how it should have ended.

(Thanks to How It Should Have Ended and YouTube)


One response to ““Let’s go eat some people!”

  1. Well this is definitely something they didn’t teach you in law school.

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