You may have noticed it’s all a bit gloomy and halloweeny (is that even a word?) around here, but worry not, I have reasons.
Firstly, I have to admit to being quite a big Twilight fan, which is something I haven’t really mentioned around here.
I understand why someone isn’t, it doesn’t change the fact that I really love the books (mormon celibacy and all, go figure…) and I have a fondness for the movies, even though they’ve gotten progressively worse and the person responsible for the wigs which appear in the movie should be banned from EVER working on another movie.
What I’m trying to say is, as much as I respect your right to dislike the saga, don’t rain on the Twihard’s bloody parade 🙂
Most of you know that the final part of the Twilight Saga is out today.
It’s an especially lucky day for me as I’ll be spending my birthday at a Twilight Marathon.
It starts at 10pm with the first (and best) part meaning Twilight…
Then is followed by Jacob sans T-shirt in New Moon…
Then we’ll see some great fight scenes in Eclipse…
Followed by a lesson on what happens when you have unprotected sex with a vampire in Breaking Dawn: Part 1… (it’s not pretty… the aftermath, not the sex itself…)
Finally Bella the vampire in Breaking Dawn: Part 2…
The marathon will finish around 8.30am on Saturday morning.
Apart from the first film, which I ignored completely and didn’t even bother seeing in the movies when it was first out, I’ve always attended a marathon with each film release.
I just can’t help being a sucker for those Cullen’s and werewolf chests (so keep that shirt OFF Jacob!).
There are a few useful tips about attending a movie marathon that I’ve picked up along the way, which may come in handy:
Take a little nap before and don’t go crazy on the coffee!
Wear comfy clothes!
We’re talking sweatpants, T-shirt, hoodie and a nice woolly poncho for when you need to snuggle.
Make sure you can slip your shoes off and you’re wearing warm socks.
Eat, but not too much…
Drink, but not too much…
No one wants to miss the start of a movie because they are stuck in the queue to the ladies loo (I’m looking at you at the opening for New Moon Magzy!)
Make sure you use each break to stretch your legs.
You may be wondering why I’ve decided to post this image instead of one relating to exercise.
It’s because, surprisingly, there are no images for vampire yoga…
Don’t worry though…
Before any hanky panky in the Twilight films, the girl and vampire had to get married.
OK, it has to be an exercise picture to illustrate my point, so here it is:
Getting back to the point I was trying to make, staying put on your bottom for so many hours limits the oxygen supply and you’ll feel more sleepy.
That actually might not be medically true, but it’s Agzy true, so that’s good enough for me…
Anyway, I hope everyone who is going to see the last part of Twilight has fun 🙂
Ps. I’m Team Edward in the first part, Team Jacob in the second, then Team Edward in the tent scene in Eclipse, but back to Team Jacob (without his shirt off) in Breaking Dawn Part 1.
What can I say?
I’m a bit of a Twilight Team Swinger 😉