There's a Twilight Support Group for That
Published February 19, 2010
Dear citizens of reality,
It has come to my attention that in this novel world of Twilight obsession, sparkly Edward dolls, and mass rabid fandom, many of you struggle with feelings of Twi-disorientation, Twi-identity confusion, and even Twi-aloneness.
First, let me say you are NOT alone–whether you LOVE the books, or DETEST them with a strong gag-like reflex. Twilight stirs such passion within the best of us.
Second, I’ve decided to do my part (as the slightly biased, albeit sardonic fan I am) to help bring a bit of sanity to this unnatural force of fantasy.
Hence, my recommended list of Twilight support-groups. Take a gander; then leave us a comment on which one might help in altering your rabid well-being for the betterment of our sanity.
Or perhaps you see here a recommendation for a friend?
And remember, I only suggest these because I care. And the support only truly comes when you admit that you can no longer do this alone.
For the Twi-hard: http://twilightersanonymous.com/
For the Twi-tard: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twilight_(series)
For the Twi-husband: http://twilighthusbandsupportgroup.com/?cat=1
For the Twi-mamma: http://www.twilightmoms.com/
For the Twi-hater: http://nerdfighters.ning.com/forum/topics/1833893:Topic:460922
For the Twi-confused who legitimately believes he/she is an actual vampire: http://sphynxcatvp.nocturna.org/index.html
For the person who legitimately could care less and just wants to get on with life: http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/vancouver/blog/fourth_place_medal
What’s the mood noise of the moment?
None. Except for this awesome video which, Pro-Twi or AnTwi, you’ve gotta love it.