June 30, 2010

love the SAGA!

at the midnite showing of eclipse my group of bff's winning best fan tshirt designed by ME in a crowd of literal gajillions??

CHECK THAT OFF THE BUCKET LIST!

23 comments:

Kannan said...

Good blog.

Kathy said...

So jealous I didn't win anything but the opportunity to see the movie...oh well we all can't be like you can we?

Anonymous said...

Sad that you had to go to the midnight showing...to bad you didn't get into the pre-screening show with all the other psychotic twilight moms! Maybe you need to re-evaluate your social standing!

Motion DeSmiths said...

Wow! You really do have all the fun! In other news, your music player loaded so fast on my new internets that I had no time to comment before my ears were assaulted.

Sarahn, Cade, and Memphis said...

Twilight is gross. Way, yucky...gross. Who needs Edward when you can have a manly, studly, gorgeous hubby like my guy?!

allcatsaregrey79 said...

SQUEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!
:D

Mhana said...

Just for giggles I thought I'd look up the actual definition of saga. A long story of heroic achievement, suggests one source. Twilight is certainly long, mostly because the actors stammer their lines so painfully slowly and far apart it adds about four hours to the movie. I wouldn't describe it as heroic achievement though -- more like angsty buildup to confrontation that is either uninteresting or non-existent. I'm thinking of books two and four particularly with that. We push to a climax! only to have the situation painlessly diffused with only the loss of minor nameless characters!

Another definition focused on the Scandinavian and Germanic origin of the term, particularly about Viking voyages. Clearly absent here, nothing hirsute, intrepid or germanic about our heroes. Tales of worthy men? No. Tales of the painfully awkward undead.

Yep, I'm the witch that ruins the fun. Go ahead ladies, write about how that post is so you and Mhana is such a bisnitch. I can take it. I can't wait to see it with rifftrax, the only way to get through them in my opinion.

Kris said...

Your bucket list is pretty specific, isn't it? And probably cooler than mine. Way to go, TAMN! You rock.

Sarah said...

I just KNEW you were there!!! Whose team are you on? If I read one more Eclipse post I'm going to barf. Seriously.

Melissa C said...

I haven't been able to bear to go to my husband's cousin's blog on account of the twilight mania. I personally like Damian Salvatorre from the Vampire Diaries. Way hotter & FUNNY, even though it is a total twilight rip-off.

Sarah said...

this post made no sense TAMN.

kris said...

BAHAHA!!

If I hear one more person talk about their "bucket list" I will SCREAM!!

Thanks for doing this blog.

Anonymous said...

Mhana rocks.

AnnaJ said...

If I have to see one more blog entry or Facebook status about this stupid movie...

Tiffany said...

Mhana is the bomb. Kristen Stewart is the devil.

Frau said...

Mahana, you are sooooo wrong about Twilight.

You probably don't like it because you were a popular mean girl in High School. People like me moped, pouted, sat in the corner and could never figure out why guys weren't drooling down my modest tank top.

So Twilight is my chance, my only chance, to pretend that I was popular in high school and get over the resentment that has been lurking at the back of my mind for years and years. I just wish all the smuggies would realize that Twilight is about pain and pain makes you totally deep.

It also sends a good message. When a girl asks her boyfriend for some self-esteem, he'll give it to her if he really loves her.

ashley & sundance said...

*squeals* screw all the haters. i'd go to jail for jacob anyday (talk about crossing something off MY bucket list!). but i'd totally take edward too!

love ya TAMN!

Emily said...

kudos to mhana for calling it like it really is with twilight...sucky writing with no character development

Anna said...

Mhana and Frau, I think I love yous. And I love the rifftrax!!

Anonymous said...

Actually, Vampire Diaries came first. Read them. Stephenie Mayer completely ripped them off. She must have read it in high school, and then figured there was no way they would come back in print. Little did she know she was going to start a whole wave of vampire teen lit and they would republish them.

debbie said...

The vampire thing may be part of every teenager's life right now,but so is acne. I'll take a pass.

Kerry said...

I've had enough of all the Eclipse mania, and I hate that anything anyone ever wants to do is now on their "bucket list." You can't just want to do it. It has to be on a bucket list. ENOUGH ALREADY!

Love you.

Melinda said...

I love the comments. Honestly, TAMN should start paying people like Frau and Mhana.