Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Vamping It Up

As per my usual nerdyness I am in the middle of a vampire book. I am currently reading the second book, The Chosen, of the second volume, of the Night World series. It's a great series so far. I would recommend it for anyone who has a teenager, or just doesn't like how much sex there is in books anymore, who loves Vampires, Witches, and Werewolves, but this was not actually the reason I started writing this post, it was actually to talk about Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant. Today I finally finished watching it, grant it I had my sister Grace jumping on me the whole time yelling "VAMPIRES! VAMPIRES!". But it was a Really good movie. I really enjoyed John C. Reilly's character. He made a point I have been trying to get through my friend Casey's head ever since I met her; Vampires aren't all perfect! I mean, don't get me wrong I thoroughly enjoyed Twilight, and New Moon, and yes I am counting down until Eclipse, but the way some girls go on about it makes me really want to rip their vocal chords out. This is, in part, turning into a rant, because I see TOO MUCH flair on Facebook that says "Who's Lastat, I want Edward." *She says in her squeaky air head voice*. I'm sorry, but are any of these girls at least a little bit cultured?! I seriously doubt it. In another example, there is a movie that was done in 2000 called The Little Vampire, it is one of my all-time favorite movies and stars Jonathan Lipniki, and Richard E. Grant. It's a hilarious movie, and was actually well-ish known for the next few years. If you still don't know it, I'd suggest renting it, it's a really funny movie. But no one knows of it's existence. Although it wasn't as big of a movie as Twilight, it was a good movie, that any kid from the ages of four to eight(or maybe older depending on how cool they are) will enjoy. But there are the other good Vamp movies that, unfortunately, are dismissed by teenage girls, such as the classic movie Nosferatu, now I sadly haven't finished this movie, because it is a silent and therefor, if you are a slow reader, has to be paused every minute for another minute of dialogue reading, so I don't know how it ends, and can't wait to find out. But my gosh are there any cool people out there that aren't posers?! If so tell me of your existence! I need to meet the cool, semi-(when it comes to vampires)normal people! because Casey I love you girl, but if you don't get your facts straight you end up looking like a complete fool, and then I get called a poser, and although that doesn't hurt me, it dose make me seem like one of those scene girls that wear neon all the time, and no offence, but I can't wear neon, it clashes with my hair, and skinny jeans make my Norwegian thighs look horrid(and No I'm not shallow, I just care what I'm wearing). well were was I? Oh right! Another problem is that really normal people just randomly walk up to me now, and start talking to me, and I just can't deal with that, not because I'm home schooled, and therefore, according to the normals don't know how to socialize, but because they try to get me into their group, and then I say something like "'Ob ovo in toto nil desperandum.'" and they just stare at me, I say "The Little Vampire?" while in my head thinking 'Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?', and then I never talk to those people again, of course I see them, and then hear them whisper about me, because it's really easy to tell when someone is talking about you when you see them whisper to their friend, and point at you, and then you wave and they still point. I find that so entertaining. But it's kind of sad how rude this new generation is getting. I mean I ware a fracking tutu, and go to the mall. So dose a ballerina, and she doesn't get this crap. Well it's late, I'm done ranting, and want to read, so I guess I'll beat the crap out of the stupid girls tomorrow.

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