Vuvuzelas Versus Vampires At Twilight Movie

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Wednesday, 23 June 2010


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If you have been watching the World Cup games in South Africa, you do not have to be reminded that the Vuvuzela horns or "hornets" are loud and irritating.

Now there is a group of college and high school students, mostly males, who call themselves the "Twilight Freedom Fighters" and they plan to try to sneak them into theaters during the next Twilight movie.

"I'm sick to death of hearing any young lady I take out going on and on about "Edward" and "Bella" that I could throw shit at the screen", stated one 20-year-old who is a sophomore at BYU.

Word is getting around that this is becoming the next big thing, as teens who cannot stomach Twilight, are tired of hearing about it.

"I dated this really great-looking gal last Friday night but as soon as she started in on Pattinson and crowd, I unwrapped a package which she probably thought was a present for her" stated a 18-year-old male. "She was right. It was a vuvuzela and I blasted away until she got up and walked out of the restaurant just a couple of minutes before they led me out."

It's not just the guys either. More than one young lady told us that they had went along with all the Twilight stuff because they didn't want to be different and snubbed.

"But finally I had had enough", stated one 18-year-old. "During a sleepover with six other girls, I went and got my vuvuzela and blasted away. Two of them left but the other four stayed and told me they had became sick of Twilight also."

So Vampires and Werewolves take notice. The Vuvuzela Revenge Squad is coming after you!

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