Quite a bit has happened this last forever, but I won't be able to type it all until i can do so without fearing for my freedom. so come January you will see a ginormously hugegantic post on my blog. DO NO BE AFRAID!!! Such a post is to be expected after the man has deprived me of the first amendment for a month. It's a conspiracy man!
Until then, I do wish to tell you I went to see Twillight last Saturday with Samie. Ya, I know, it's such an obscure movie, so few people have even heard of it, let alone seen it, so don't feel bad if you don't know what it is. *note sarcasm**now note end of sarcasm* IF YOU HAVE NOT HEARD OF TWILIGHT GET OUT FROM UNDER THAT ROCK YOUR LIVING AND LET ME TAKE YOUR PLACE BECAUSE I AM SICK AND TIRED OF HEARING ABOUT IT!
Seriously, it's been out for 2 weeks and the theaters are still filled with screaming fangurllzz who kept glaring at me when i was laughing at "Serious" Parts, like the Part where Edward steps out into the sun and SPARKLES!! Seriously, it looked like he had some type of unfortunate skin disease. It made me pity poor Robert Pattinson. Poor guy must of had 20 tons of body glitter on him. to make matters worse, Bella (Kristen Stewart) says he's beautiful while he's being all glittery. Guess it makes sense. I mean, diamonds are sparkly, and diamonds are a girls best friend. The way he was shining, it would make any diamond dull with envy. Actually, that's probably why vampires sparkle in Stephenie Meyers world. They all suffer from Diamond-envy and therefore must cover themselves with body glitter at all times.
My biggest problem with the movie was how few lines the other characters had. Bella and Edward are fine, but come on. we get it. You are irrevocably in love with each other after knowing each other for a week and a half. Typical. It's the other characters that added to the movie and made it funny and interesting, but we barely heard from them! ugh. And another thing, I never realized how truly corny some of those lines were until after I heard them being spoken out loud in all seriousness. "Bella, you are my brand of heroine!" OOOKkkkaayyyy, that's exactly what you tell a girl on the first date. I bursted out laughing, and was rewarded with yet another fanguurll glare.
Before you get all mad at me for dissing the movie, i just want to say that on the whole i didn't hate it, in fact, i thought it was decent. They missed stuff of course, but as far as a book turned movie, i think they pulled it off well. I just don't like Bella is my biggest problem and i find overprotective, violent, impulsive, possesive, guys who constantly stare at people with angsty expressions are just not my type, no matter how cute they are. Other than that, i'm good.
That's all i dare type for now. Wait....quite for a second.....I HEAR FOOTSTEPS!!!! Uh oh. I better go! Don't make any noise and run away. NO NOT THAT WAY!!! O crap i'm running. every man for himself!!! I'll see ya on the other side. Be strong.
Ok, footsteps are now going the other way, but I dare not test my parents, so i'll blog ya later!
O, and until my grounding is over, all of these posts are going to self destruct.