I was laughing my ass off today when I finally had time to get to the computer. My husband (who normally does not encourage my Twilight computer time) kept hinting for me to come see something on the computer, but I kept putting him off b/c I was in the middle of making dinner.
When I finally did sit down I couldn’t help but feel like someone was staring at me. Imagine my surprise when I looked over my left shoulder and saw ol’ Rpattz staring down at me with his sex on fire self. Grrrr. So, I am not sure what to think of this, does my husband want to be a unicorn or does this mean I have to return the favor??? I hope he doesn’t think I am going to pin up a poster of Megan Fox out in the garage.
Vickyb- I’d say he’s a Unicorn, in my opinion. I also say he’s smokin’ and I give him our ‘hot hubby of the day’ award.
I, like Jordan, am too a guy, though maybe not as much of an upfront one! Do excuse the formality of my style, as such things do not come to me easily *sheepish grin*
In the year 2030, I feel my own son will be of age to read the great books that have shaped and formed the minds of generations: Oscar Wilde, Dicken’s, of course, a selection of Jane Austen, even dear Kasaprov, as contested as his status still is amongst such greats. Why, I think I shall even suggest he reads the Harry Potter series, though many would question that choice more than giving a 12 year old boy Kasaprov!
There is one series however, that stands upon it’s own lustrative altar. For it’s sheer doctrinaire propensity and unsalable differed equity from the other books, I believe my son (and may he be smart enough to realize it’s stolidity) should quite fully read, amongst Mary Shelley and Saaverda, the complete Twilight works.
So amazed I am by both it’s quality and it’s obvious appeal to people all across the globe. It’s seems a book capable of crossing language barriers, just as Shakespeare has. In my mind, I imagine a little girl, in the slums of Africa, picking up this series, and learning English, just so she can read it fully. The simplicity of the language, yet the content of concupiscence aimed at the perfect gudgeon leaves in my mind a feeling of awe, both at the cunning skillfulness in which Stephenie Meyer traps her audience and the way she weaves the net around so many young, and older women (and quite a few men too!).
I stand in constant awe of the popularity and abhorrence of Stephenie Meyer’s series.
My son will be made to read it as a guide on great writing.
Hoping always for a bright future, Calum
*whoa- he wins our hero of the day award, for reals!
Other great Unicorns here!
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