Twilight: The Epidemic

Funny story written by Baila Collon

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

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THe Twilight books have become a religion in some cultures.

Results have been gathered from the 2008 survey. They reveal that 99.99% of all adolescent girls' lives have been changed by the Twilight Saga, written by Stephenie Meyer. It has been proved that many teenagers care more about their twilight books than they do about house pets.

When asked, Katie Milen from Bristol said "If I was running out of a burning house I would definitely grab my Twilight books and let my Cat find his own way out'

For those of you who are somehow unaware of this epidemic let us update you. The twilight series is about a young teenage girl who falls in love with a 'vegetarian' vampire, who appears to be 17 but is in fact 108 years old. Throughout the four books the 'couple' encounter werewolves, friendship breakdowns and out of control blood craving vampires.

Many parents are happy for their children to be reading these books. Marie Sherapove stated "My daughter has never spent so much time in her room reading. I finally get some peace and quiet," however other parents are unhappy for their girls to read the books. Elis bookman, Charlie rowling father reported: "My daughter has forgotten every aspect of reality. I often find her crying in her room saying 'why can't Edward be real,' it's heartbreaking to see my little girl fall in love with someone hi can never be hers.'

Twilight has now been made into a film and fans have gone Crazy. Robert Pattinson was said to be surprised by so much attention. But with all his female fans he is still waiting for his perfect girl. When asked who his perfect girl was he replied "I don't have a preference but i would love to date a younger, fresher girl. A girl I date has to have a sense of craziness about her."

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

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