In addendum to todd’s brilliant assessment, if you feel the need to post on facebook: “SNUGGIES and TWILIGHT” then I would further that you are too young and/or immature to be married. Christ. What is the deal with teenagers getting married (physically or mentally) people need to grow the hell up first. Todd is right, the dude is probably gay and won’t come out yet.
The only thing I noticed is that Lisa totally failed to reply to Todd’s final comment and come rushing to her husbands defence. Hopefully she’s seen the light of day (haha no pun intended) and is currently preparing aforementioned divorce papers.
Thesaurapist 13(F) wrote: “Oh come on; since when was Twilight a movie about *vampires*?”
This is true. Twilight is intended as a morality tale for teenagers to teach them abstinence and sexual responsibility. It looks like a harmless vampire movie at first, but when you realize there’s a thinly veiled “message” there, it starts to look rather preachy.
I’m just surprised so many kids are taken in by it. Usually when you preach to teens, even if you try to disguise it as something else, they’re smarter than that and reject it.
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If the girl’s idea of an amazing night is watching a shitty, teenie-bopper movie while wearing a snuggie (snuggies barely even allow cuddling, much less any other form of foreplay) then I fear the most the husband can hope for is half a hand job.
Twilight is the romantization of homosexual males as the perfect life partner by naive tweener girls and bored housewives. It’s their Playboy playmate.
Ladies: It sounds great on paper until you are left at home alone while he is out seeing how many guys he can blow in one night and his junk totally stretches out your favorite panties that he borrowed…
Defending what might imply your husband as a homosexual as not “gay” and calling out what doesn’t endanger your husband of being attracted to the same gender as “gay” is pathetic. Both are stereotypically very, very “gay”. He can still like Twilight if he wants, but he is just as “gay” as someone’s husband who likes to wear a snuggie and is just as likely to up and leave you for Allen from the office Christmas party.
@30 Boz – ….Seriously? Todd’s not homophobic for suggesting that a man is gay for buying Snuggies and willingly watching two and a half hours of Robert Pattinson’s Rape Stare. In fact, I’m pretty sure Todd is a good representation of the Straight Male Reaction to that little movie night.
This guy is married and clearly does not give a fuck about anything. What has he got to lose by watching a lame movie and wearing ugly clothes. What does he give a shit? He probably watches glee and wears sandals with socks. It’s over for this guy
@ Failbot – ‘Rape Stare’: spectacular.
@ Boz ( or whoever you are)- Todd was just getting straight to the point, no?
There are a lot of women who can’t stand the thought of reading or watching that shit either. Definitely dodgy if a guy is more than ok with it. I think Todd was probably telling her not to get too smug about her overly-obliging husband.
@ Mary: Nope, you’re not the only one…not at all attracted to them. Those books disturb me – they teach girls to romanticize abusive relationships and act like a doormat. As for the women over 15 who like that crap…well, that just fucking astounds me.
See, this is why all the “Boz” identities need to be banned. Because when SuperSparklyOriginal!Boz says something unfunny, and people call him on it, he can backtrack and claim someone was impersonating him again. And then make a chauvinistic post to “prove” it.
Being comfortable in a socially unacceptable blanket-robe and watching a lame movie for your wife’s birthday probably has zero correlation to fucking dudes. If you really think otherwise, you might be secretly liking men’s asses and projecting.
Real men worry about real things, not whether they look cool while doing something to make their wife happy.
i agree with roke. the husband gets points for trying to get laid. create warm physically comfy environment and get her all wet over the stupid vampire. the husband loses points for having such a lame-oid wife. i hope she’s extremely hot.
Also, christi, you rock. Sounds like we’re two girls who couldn’t give two shits about Twilight. Furthermore, I hate seeing Robert what’s-his-name’s stupid “rape stare” face all over the place. (Rape stare – courtesy of failbot. Awesome.)
As a real man, I can confirm that Roke already hit the nail on the head but let King Big Daddy David break it down for you anyway:
This story involves 3 people and gives us a little bit of insight into each of them.
1)Lisa- Excitable, immature married woman who likes twilight, facebook and birthdays. Basically a normal woman.
2)Todd- Insecure guy trying to posture himself as a man’s man by posting on a married woman’s facebook wall and calling her husband gay. Todd wants his social network to know that his preference for vagina is indeed strong. So strong that he would NEVER wrap himself in a soft cloth and watch a chick flick for his hypothetical wife’s birthday.
3)Husband- This is the person we know least about because he didn’t feel the need to post about stupid shit on facebook. He is sitting comfortably on his couch with a handfull of ass giving his wife a good birthday while Todd is being clever on facebook and then tabbing back and forth from internet porn to see if anyone responded to his witty remarks.
Twilight is indeed shit, but don’t let that confuse you about who’s gay here.
i honestly do not understand why everyone hates twilight so much? lol
and i dont think its gay for a guy to watch it. it may not have been the best film (books are way better, as they always are) but since when do films make you gay? cant you just like the genre/storyline? yeez
and to whoever said: ‘Twilight is intended as a morality tale for teenagers to teach them abstinence and sexual responsibility. It looks like a harmless vampire movie at first, but when you realize there’s a thinly veiled “message” there, it starts to look rather preachy.’
ehhh what are you talking about, seriously. they’re going to have sex and have a baby at age 18
“Robert Pattinson’s Rape Stare” LOL!
Although this comment implies a little knowledge of the story… so we can assume Failbot has indeed sat through 2 hrs of this infamous stare.
The husband is not lame or gay, he never commented or even felt the need to defend himself, and why should he? He obviously cares more about making his (lame) wife happy than appearing cool or macho.
The wife, however, is quite sad for posting this.
Twilight IS a morality tale Lisa, and if you don’t know this you need to read a little more.
Todd is unfunny and unoriginal, as well as homophobic.
All of the above is my opinion and no offence is intended.
I’m a Twilight fangirl btw. And I just know I’m gonna end up on “Lamebook – the twilight saga” someday.
Edward is simply divine. I wrote this at the end as opposed to the start so all you bitter souls would actually read this post
@ flips – I do, but thank you for pointing it out to me
I also realise Mr Darcy, Harry Potter, Heathcliff, Romeo, and Santa Claus don’t really exist, so no need to shatter my teenage fantasies with those either!
I’m not going to assume Lisa’s husband is gay for liking Twilight enough to want to sit through it again and again, but I am going to assume that both Lisa and her husband are too braindead to be functional for liking such a mysognistic and simplistic piece of shit. And Snuggies are for people who haven’t discovered the superior quality of zip-front terrycloth robes worn around the house. Though who knows, maybe in nostalgia parties 30 years from now the Snuggie will be the most popular garment option.
so.. im not THAT lisa
i just happen to have to same name xD
@MTM im sure its a morality tale in some way, i was just saying what that guy said was stupid because how are they teaching teenagers about abstinence, when they are having sex and get pregnant at a young age when they’ve only known each other for what, 2 years? thats all
@ Lisa – Well, it takes 4 books and A LOT of self-control to get there! And they are 18 at that stage after all so it’s ok.
There is no question that the thirst for blood is indeed sexual desire. You can choose not to read them that way though, you’re the reader, you can do what you want
Todd is a sad and lonely loser, who is clearly insecure about his own sexuality. I have come to this conclusion because I have no sense of humour and think that if more straight men openly bought SNUGGIES I might stand a better chance of getting laid. But I won’t, because I’m fat.
Todd is your hero isn’t he Tony because you’re blatantly like the husband, though in your case, despite huggies and twilight you STILL wouldn’t get laid. hahahaha…. Misogynistic, illiterate prick. It doesn’t matter about winning or losing because you will always be alone to make your own “cheese sammiches”.
With regards to the snuggies, why buy them? Just wear a woolen blanket like a toga.
As for his linking homosexuality to Twilight, pretty wrong at that point. Why?
Metrosexuals. Yes, they seem gay, they dress gay, they ACT gay but all the gay people I know go out of their way to distance themselves from metros.
Twilight takes literature and rapes it in the ear and spits on its used up corpse. I’ve read the books and seriously, it’s a sorry excuse for literature. Compared Bram Stoker’s Dracula and dare I say even Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles, Twilight is the equivalent of a story from Penthouse’s erotic stories column.