Saturday, November 22, 2008

"I am ashamed." --(What's Up, Doc?)


I don't know what I'm more ashamed of...the fact that I SAW "Twilight" (the very DAY it came out!)...

...or the fact that I think I might have liked it.

Give me time. I might change my mind and realize it's not as good as I thought it was in the moment. You know, like the book. Or "Rent." Or dating an 18-year-old.

I'm sorry, Beckah. Don't judge me.


  1. Liz!! So I read Twilight a few months ago (my parents gave it to me for my birthday. When I got it, I was so confused). Ashamedly, I enjoyed it (key word, "I enjoyed it", not "I thought it was good"). My mom read it, and she's even more into than me. When Twilight posters came in the LA Times, she put them up around our house. It's half joke, half serious. Anyway, I'm embarassed to say that I am really really looking forward to seeing the movie--hopefully someitme this week with all of my family (my dad's wants to see it so he "can feel like a 13-year-old-girl again"--see --or what's more likely, is that he can get in on everything without having to read it).
    Hooray for guilty guilty pleasures!

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  3. So i just noticed that if you go to the link I sent, it doesn't say what the title of the article was in the paper. It's a review entitled "Wanna Neck?" I chuckle everytime I think about it.

  4. Ok Liz I am totally more embarassed than you. I have read and enjoyed and purchased all the books. And I have seen the movie twice. The first time I only kinda liked it. The second time I really liked it. Don't judge. Please.

    Love Sarah

  5. I thought that vampires were supposed to be exquisitely beautiful or something. None of the people in this photo are remotely attractive to me. And I felt the same way when that guy played Cedric. He was supposed to be hot, too.