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Discussion in 'Other Movies' started by Out of Order, Jul 24, 2014.
What's wrong with preppy vampires??
My step-mom gave me her set of these books when I was reading the Sookie Stackhouse books by Charlaine Harris. That was, oh... three years ago now? At least. I watched the first moviee with my babe's niece when it was new on DVD, and I was not at all thrilled, so I've been rather unhurried to read the books. My best friend though swears that they are everything awesome and amazing, and is dying for me to read them and then watch the movies. I'm in no hurry, though I did promise her I would at least try one of these days. She also says 50 Shades is amazing, but I'm definitely gonna pass on those ones. Step-mom told me how much fun she and my dad had after she read em, and that was mental imagery I totes did not need, so I shall never touch those books, not even with a ten foot pole
Best. Post. EVER!!!!!
Ha! In the Sookie Stackhouse / True Blood novels by Charlaine Harris, her vampire character Pam (Eric's progeny) is described as a preppie style-wise.... even a bit of a soccer mom with her sweaters and pearls. Man, i love Pam!
i love my boys.... they'd get that crap dealt with pronto.
Heck, Sam and Dean wouldn't even have to worry about it. Old Bobby could take out that whole bunch of vamp***ies by himself just to pass time on a slow afternoon.
B4 Jackal discovers my comments , she doesn't share my views...
...I was afraid of this, I don't find it inappropriate in any way, shape or form...that word rolls outta my pie hole on a regular basis...and I as I said-I meant no offense to you or any of the Mods...I only brought it up. because I have found any number of things I found hilarious, but because of some of the "vulgarities" I have not attempted to post them for fear of being admonished or banned...
...and that was unnecessary, you are my friend-and I am not attacking you....I don't "deem" anything around here, unless it's an attack against myself or my friends....
Vampires are supposed to be slimy, stinky blood sucking monsters. Not 'tween heartthrobs! Seriously, would you be scared of a vampire wearing skinny jeansand a Lacoste shirt? I think not!!
Nope, I'm serious. I'm going to read them and try to get those horrid images of the "actors" out of my head and see if I can find some value in them.
where is this fbomb? Did I miss it?
No no no.... you were right! It should have had a spoiler. And what i meant was it 'would be deemed'..... so sorry, babes..... bad choice of phrasing on my part and i shoulda added an emoticon.
i'm such a dumba** lately... i really need to proof my stuff before i post!
Don't throw anything at me, please, but I love the saga. Yes, I know the movies are bad, the acting is awful (and that is strange as I've seen other movies with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson and they are not bad there, not bad at all), but I guess this is just the way Stephanie Meyer saw the characters, and in some moments I even understand why. But still there is something romantic in the story and I live a good melodrama... Maybe, I would not like it so much if I were older, but as I am still not that far from my teenage years (okay, maybe rather far, but I feel younger), I like it. As for the books, I would never read them if they were in my native language, but as I read them in English about 5 ears ago, it was not a bad way for learning the language. But the movies I like and re-watch them now and then... even knowing they are bad. Well, I guess everyone has some bad movie that they like.
I know, girl.. I was just playing with ya.
Nah, I think(?) it came in during M's Thursday/or Friday... no biggie, I was just going to leave it there if it wasn't noticed.
...it doesn't ruffle my feathers a'tall...I was just kind of hoping for a relaxing of the rules....yeah, I know-hope in one hand, shi* in the other....
I knew you were, of course! But I am going to try. It might take all I have.
Swifty, I was just jerkin' your chain. ;-)
-And p.s. - back when I was a prep, skinny jeans were worn only by punks (of the Sid Vicious variety), not preps. Izods (what we called Lacoste shirts) were the true prepster calling cards. Other than Izods, it was all khaki pants, penny loafers, Sperry Docksiders, madras shorts in the summer, anything by Ralph Lauren, oxford cloth button-down shirts, L.L. Bean anything, rugby shirts, Argyle anything, and hot pink/lime green anything for women.
The preps today are *nothing* like the Buffymites of yesteryear.