Posts Tagged ‘robert’

I’m back! Sort of… My interwebs are still playing up. But we’ll see how it goes, if I disappear, I haven’t really abandoned you… Not that there’s really any “you” out there, except my one lovely reader Katie.

Many many updates! So many updates to keep me crazy obsessive!

Like firstly, I have to go buy a copy of Dolly magazine. Any other 19 year old girl would get seriously freako-maximus glances thrown in her direction if she did this, as it’s clearly far too young for us. Lucky I easily pass as a tiny baby 15-16 year old no worries and can casually stroll in and drool all over the pretty Twilight post I will find inside. (I will also post photos when I get it.)

Secondly. We all remember that god awful image from the front cover of that magazine in the United States of Crappy Photography (and no, Robert, I was not afraid of your chest pubes, I’m sorry to disappoint, I was more afraid of what they did with your hair and your lips, creepy stuff man). For those who need a reminder, it was this cover:
See, the point of this ‘secondly’ is that they have just released another image from that shoot. A particularly good image, that really should’ve been used on the cover originally:
It would’ve saved alot of time and hate and fear of Robert’s chest pubes.
(Ta to Everglow for the photo!)

Thirdly, the video clip Stephenie Meyer directed for Jack’s Mannequin has been released. I watched it on YouTube, and so can YouToo…be? (man I’m so awkwardly punny!)
I’m not a big Jack’s Mannequin fan, I’ll be the first to admit that. I like Dark Blue, it grows on you. But other than that, the boys just haven’t impressed me. And yes I have seen them live, when they supported Fall Out Boy. I was most disappointed that Gyroscope had to play first, when they were clearly superior to Jack’s Mannequin by like a million fold. (My god do I love Gyroscope, and also, secretly, Fall Out Boy)
But my point, what was my point? Oh yes, I watched it. See, I wasn’t sure about SM’s directing skills. I mean, writing is different to directing. But I was impressed, it was awesome. The song was so-so, as I said, I’m not really a fan… But I loved the waves and the running away and I was very much impressed. That lady is multi-talented. Maybe she could also note-take for me in law lectures so that I can blog? 😛 Oh wait… That’s multi-tasking… But she does that too! Hmmm… Wonder if she’s magic?

Fourthly: When I’ve completed my Criminal Law assignment, I’m going to start work on my next little “analytical” (to use the term loosely) piece. It’ll be up soon.

Sweet dreams.


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Ok, I have some super duper news! Like, seriously TOP news!



Oh why oh why am I stuck in Perth? Oh why oh why am I saving up for Europe? I CAN’T GO TO THE CONVENTION!

But you all should. For me. And for yourselves. But mostly for me. 😛

Check out all the super duper details at TwilightAUSTRALIA, and the official convention site here.

So exciting. And I’m so jealous of all those who make it!

Fingers crossed that whilst in Europe I’ll be able to hunt for Spunk (at his fave British pub hang outs – which were apparently mentioned in some article that I shall have to find) and hit Volterra in order to re-enact the running-through-hundreds-of-people-and-a-fountain-shouting-EDWARD!-scene from New Moon.

Anyways, go there, ok? To the convention. And I’ll be jealous.


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Because I am the biggest Twiicon addict on the planet, I shall regularly bring you my favourite Twiicons.

Now, for the most part, I have no idea where my Twiicons are from, because I forget easily.

So, if you see a Twiicon you’ve made here, let me know and I’ll link you! Same goes if you know the person who’s Twiicon it is.

Today’s Twiicon was chosen because it made me almost wet my pants, it’s that funny.

So without further ado:



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Celebuzz went around the VMAs and asked celebrities what their favourite swear words were.

You can see it HERE!

Both Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner appear, and *drumroll*, Rob’s fave swearword is Tyke.



Now, I don’t know that much about British culture, but I know that their version of English is pretty almost the exact same as ours here in Australia.

And in Australia, tyke is used to refer to a small child or toddler, usually in reference to their spunk, character or spirit. Such as: “He’s a feisty little tyke, ain’t he?”

So Rob, my dear, unless you meant ‘dyke’, I must, infact, lol at you. p.s. Did you know, Rob, that you look just like someone in my Politics tutorial? Yup.

Also, next time you’re asked, respond with a swearword from another language. It confuses people and makes you appear super cutting edge. It’s what I’d do.

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