I pretty much loathe the Twilight series. I have friends that have read it and love it, only to despise it due to the tweenie babies raving on about how amazing it is, meanwhile lusting after Edward Cullen as if he were real, failing to realize he is fictional and played by Robert Pattinson.
But I’m not in that boat. I just hate Twilight.
The Twilight book series is a fused mutation of Daniel Steele romance novels and vampires… that fucking sparkle.
If you like it, go ahead and like it, I’m just saying I’m not going to trust your taste in literature —though Twilight shouldn’t even be considered “literature.”
Your characters are underdeveloped and Edward Cullen is a creepo pedophile vampire lusting after some meek, insecure, high school girl. Fuck Twilight. -__-
Vagabond: Hey Ladies Us: Hi Vagabond: Can I ask you something? Us: Sure, what? Vagabond: Do you like anchovies? Us: No Vagabond: Cool, wanna fuck?
Totally forgot about this! Hahaha that was hilarious. His friends liked us, saying, “Haha, I like them. They can take a joke.” They had a beeeautiful pitbull with them too. So I guess this is why I had the word anchovies stuck in my head this morning, though I couldn’t figure out why. But now I do. We also met that really nice guy from New Orleans. And Assa? Whatever his name was. And that creepy dude watching me dance who kept saying, “Say wha?! Say wha?!” Like wow wtf leave me alone and wander elsewhere. -___- and then there was cute guy also waiting for a bacon wrapped hot dog. :) Then…. the whole McDonalds parking lot thing. Um. Yea. We can just end it there…..
“She’s not the type of girl to wait by the phone, she won’t cry, she knows it’ll get her nowhere, she’ll laugh a lot and often, and she will live her own life. She would like you to be a part of it, but she will do just fine without you.”
"Human relationships are strange. I mean you were with one person for a while, eating and sleeping and living with them, loving them, talking to them, going places together, and then it stopped. Then there was a short period when you weren’t with anybody, then another woman arrived, and you ate with her and you fucked her, and it all seemed so normal, as if you had been waiting just for her and she had been waiting for you. I never felt right being alone; sometimes it felt good but it never felt right.
I wanted the whole world or nothing.”
I agree with everything…. but the “I never felt right being alone,” part. I think you should live an amazing life on your own, and adding a second party should only upgrade you. I never want to need anyone. I want to be with someone because I want to be …not because I feel incomplete, or because shit doesn’t feel “right” without having someone by my side —but because I genuinely want them to partake in and influence my life experiences. I want to share my life with you… Not have you dominate it. And if your fragile little mind can’t handle that —Well then, we never would have worked out.
"She decided to sock me and my goldfish Sammy away in boarding school. A week later, sammy died. It was a pivotal moment in my life. I decided to never invest too much emotion in one thing. It’s always a set-up to the pain of losing them.”
Mixed feelings about this track. Catchy. Kinda. But not?
BUT it definitely has a soft spot in my heart purely because of how relatable it is. I mean… who’s never had one of those nights when you meet someone so captivating and intriguing you can’t help but hope you’ll magically cross paths again somewhere down the line?