Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder Say That Taylor Swift's Hauntingly Beautiful Song "Safe And Sound" Is Their Favorite Song

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 14 January 2012

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The two hotel maids, Carmelita (L) and Traci (R) who took care of Nina and Ian's luxury suite in Cancun.

CANCUN, Mexico - The two stars of the hit show The Vampire Diaries Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder were recently down in Cancun, Mexico taking a much needed break from all of the hustle and bustle of LaLaLand.

Dobrev and Somerhalder stayed at the luxuriously exquisite Ole Toro Resort Hotel. The hotel is famous for being the hotel where many famous celebrity couples first consummated their relationships including Eva Longoria and Tony Parker, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, and Pamela Anderson and Arsenio Hall and then Tommy Lee, and then Kid Rock, and then Fred Durst, and then Rick Salomon.

Since Nina and Ian have stayed at the Ole Toro several times before the management lets them have their Pina Coladas, their Tequila Sunrises, and their Dos Equis Beers for half price.

The American celebs also get 25 percent off anything in the hotel's Se Habla English Gift Shop as well as a complimentary order of Super Nachos with their meals.

Dobrev and Somerhalder have always been positively thrilled with the fantastic service they get at the Ole Toro that they actually had the producer of The Vampire Diaries, Manolo Middlezuck, have the writers mention the name of the hotel in one of last year's episodes.

A spokesperson for the Ole Toro said that after that particular episode aired their bookings shot up by 400 percent and they even had guests from as far away as Walla Walla, Washington; Bangor, Maine; and Calcutta, India.

Ian and Nina got to have a sit down visit with the Las Maracas News Agency which is number one in the Republic of Mexico. They spoke with Laguna Vendetta who says she is a distant cousin of Carlos Santana.

Miss Vendetta asked them what their favorite Mexican dish was. They replied that they both loved Tacos Al Carbon (Carbonated Tacos). Ian also mentioned that he really liked the hell out of the salsa picante (hot sauce).

Nina smiled and said that she loved the sopapillas (sopapillas) and also added that she is very fond of the diet flour tortillas.

When asked what their favorite south of the border expression was both shouted out in unison "Olé!"

Miss V then asked if they liked mariachi music. Ian replied by asking "Does a piñata have candy inside?"

She then asked them who their favorite American singer was. They both looked at each other and Nina replied, "You know Laguna, it is really quite interesting that you ask that because just this morning as Ian and I were having our breakfast tacos on the veranda we mentioned that our favorite singer is Taylor Swift."


"Yes," Nina replied.

She went on to say that they both agree that their favorite all-time song is "Safe And Sound" which Taylor recorded with the Civil Wars.

Nina said that it is a hauntingly beautiful song and that when her and Ian first heard it as they were lying in bed after a session of some mattress merriment they both agreed that it would be "Their Song."

Dobrev said that her favorite line from "Safe And Sound" is I'll never let you go.

Ian took a sip of his Dos Equis Beer and stated that his favorite line is Don't you dare look out your window.

In other news. The Pittsburgh City Council has lifted its ban on sushi stating that a thorough investigative study has shown without a shadow of a doubt that sushi does not contain anything that would cause hair in the elderly to turn lavender.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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