Monday, May 25, 2009

Twilight Denial

The other night, my wife and I were enjoying dinner with another couple (friends from my wife's university days) when the topic of the Twilight phenomenon came up.

"I can't stand that series," the other wife said. "Such terrible writing! I can't believe this kind of thing passes muster at book publishers these days."

The husband was equally dismissive. "Yes. A really good example of the dumbing down of American culture. Not that it needed any help in that direction," he sniffed.

I can't remember the rest of the conversation, but I do recall phrases like "adolescent wish-fulfillment," "anti-feminist" and "utter trite."

I was about to point out that many of the Twilight blogs and fan sites my wife has been forcing me to read are terribly witty, remarkably self-aware and often delightfully self-deprecating
, when I felt a sharp pain in my shins. I looked at my wife. She was giving me her strongest warning look.

I suddenly realized that my wife was ashamed of being a Twilight fan. The same woman who hasn't watched any other movie but Twilight for the last 6 months, and signs off her emails with "xx days until New Moon!" was suddenly unwilling to identify herself as a Twi-hard .

My wife was in Twilight Denial. And I realized this was not the first time. She told the clerk at the video store that she was buying the Twilight DVD for her niece. The only problem is - she has no niece. She bought the books "for our son" when our son hadn't shown the slightest interest in the series at all. And I suspect that she is not the only Twilight Addict to be in denial about the depths of her problem.


Somehow, up until now, I had missed all the classic signs of Twilight Denial:

  • Refusal by your wife to acknowledge any previous interest in Twilight whenever it is brought up in public.

  • Wife claims that she did not enjoy the film when subject is broached, or weakly admit "it wasn't too bad."

  • When guests comes to your house, your wife spends the previous afternoon hiding any Twilight paraphernalia.

  • Wife makes concerted efforts to suppress any emotional response whenever the words "Robert Pattinson" are uttered.

  • You begin to get e-mails from Twilight bloggers asking if she is okay because she hasn't logged on or commented in days.

Once your wife has been exposed to normal society's disdain for Twilight, she is bound to be conflicted, and you may decide to use her confusion and shame to your advantage by suggesting she permanently remove all of the Twilight merchandise from the house, or threatening to "out" her to friends and family not yet in the know.

This is the most dangerous you can do.

As with any crisis of faith, there will come what is called the "Moment of Truth." When this time comes, your wife will be forced to choose between returning to normal society and rushing back to Forks with her arms spread wide.

While I encourage all my fellow Widowers to be optimistic, odds are she will once again choose Edward over you. Since you have become accustomed to the familiar feelings of rejection this will arouse in you, I want to assure you that you will recover (I urge you to look at your motivational posters again if need be).

However, if you tried to take advantage of her momentary crisis by removing her access to all things Twilight, or exposing her to potential ridicule, odds are she will hold this against you for some time.


There are inherent risks in using your wife's Twilight Denial against her.


267 comments:

  1. LOL! i truly understand your wife.. i couldnt just imagine how my mother-in-law will freak out once she discovers im totally and irrevocably inlove with Edward (my Edward!)*sigh* guess you know the outcome once you expose us on public (laughing to death!) not to mention The Volturi will be coming after you as well! grrrr!

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  2. this is the greatest and most truthful post you have made yet.

    my mother is exactly like your wife. in piblic, she calls the series 'cheap and bad for teenage girls' but at home she spends endless hours browsing through the blogs and watches the movie with directors commentary again and again.

    'trust me! you'll get hooked to!'
    *browses through an hour later*
    '... um.. no mum.. no..'

    but one good thing was that I found your support site amidst another blog.

    Hopefully this phase will be over soon but it looks painful to 'get out of'

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  3. I know exactly what you wife is going through, i'm a 41 yo fan who would never dare mention the word twilight at work, and I always test the waters with friends before going into full rant mode about the books.
    And I will never in public ever reveal my obession with Edward and the georgeous hunky Rob (OMG - I'm old enough to be his mom!)

    Love your blog

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  4. Ok, I'm 37 and I'm compleatly in love with Edward...ohhhhh Edward...but sometimes I told that I have a daughter (I don't) and buy all the Twilight thinghs for "her".
    But I have all the books, some in english, somo in portuguese in my room...and a bag with Edward :)...all the teens here in Brasil wish my bag!!!!
    Hehehehe.
    Kisses

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  5. Luckily I am a 31 year old female that lives in in Utah, where the Twilight phenomenon burned through like a forest fire because Stephenie Meyer is LDS. You may actually get "a look" if you haven't read the series. In fact I have a story about my husband and that. Which I share on another post. You got over a hundred more followers in a matter of a few days. You've got to step up posts to every day, dude.

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  6. LOL! I totally feel your wife's pain, however, I have given in. The looks aren't that bad and, they may laugh, but do they know the joy that comes from spending a few hours in Twilight world? I think not!

    Tell your wife to hang in there. The rest of the world will follow soon! Oh, and my hubby thinks you're great. He said he's never felt so understood as when reading your blog, lol!

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  7. i'm cracking up. i am currently pregnant with a baby girl who will be named esme. whenever we tell someone the name, they always remark on how unusual it is and ask where we got it. i have informed my husband and my nine year old NOT to tell people where the name is from. i can't stand the looks :) i'll have to stay in the twilight closet.

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  8. I almost always step up and argue, rather than hide my obsession. I talk about Twilight and Rob too much for most people not to be aware that I'm obsessed. But for the antagonistic TwiNots, rather than get into a debate I have been known to stay mum. But my husband will often come to my rescue anyway by admitting how much HE liked the books and going on to detail the historical aspects of the books and the concept of immortal life...

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  9. I acna completley understand where your wife is coming from with the denial. I, too, find myself in this situation quite often, and have to bite my tongue, especially at work. My assistant dispises the series and has forbidden her daughter to red the series. (I suspect she already has behind mom's back.) I find myself checking twice before making a quick check of the Lexicom on my lunch break and checking my personal email from other Twilighters. I feel like a junkie to a certain degree. My husband is a good sport about it at home and even willing accompanied me on a trip to Forks a few weeks ago, driving the 4 hours from our vacation spot in Bellingham, WA. He questioned whether I wanted to take the tour, which I quickly turned down. I didn't want to be seen as "one of those people", but yet I totally am in private. I know wish I would have joined the huge group of teenage girls, and just done it.

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  10. Great blog. I wish for my own widower to turn to your blog for support but alas, he will not read it for he feels it is on par with reading any other twilight blog.

    At least the couch seems to have turn down service, the towel bunny is heartwarming. I'm sure Edward could make a better one.

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  11. As a 31 year old fan I just decided to go with it. My in-laws looked at me funny when I wore my Twilight t-shirt but I figure life is just too short to be cool and boring. They do noting but sit around and steer at each other. I'd rather be a nerdy fan-girl any day.

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  12. I refuse to hide my twilight obsession, I'm a 43 year old mother of 4 (old enough to be Robert Pattinson's mom) but it doesn't matter. I talk about it to anyone who has read it. My kids and my husband get sick of it but I don't care. All my life it's been about what the kids want and now it's time for me. They don't have any trouble on trying to find out what I want for gifts anymore.

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  13. My whole family loves your blog...and I'm not obsessessed...I'm NOT! But honestly, when I am with a group of women, what are we going to talk about? If I bring up the book I'm reading about the foundations of chemistry the eyes all glaze over. Shall we discuss the recent nuclear test in North Korea? Not. How about ranting about our husbands? Danger! Edward, on the other hand...! He's something we can all agree upon. And my husband won major husbanding points by copying Midnight Sun at work on the laser printer and bringing it home as a surprise. Life can't get any better than your mate not only tolerating, but not being contemptuous of an adolescent regression.

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  14. Dam, I haven't laughed this hard in so long. I wish my husband was so understanding. All kidding aside, so true, so true.

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  15. As a so-so fan of Twilight, a secret, silent fan of Robert Pattinson's face and hair, and a judgy-turned-die-hard fan of Twitarded smut, I would like to suggest, for your sanity, poor Twilight Widower, that you turn your wife on (word play!) to Twiporn.

    You heard it here, first: I'm a Twiporn addict. It's too damn funny to read, and when the laughter stops, all that's left is a funny feeling that I better go get my husband...now.

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  16. Oh man! She shouldn't care what other people think! There is no need to be ashamed!! I embrace my twi-hardness(and also get teased a lot). LOL!

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  17. Thank you so much! You have just made my crappy day a bit more bearable! Keep 'em coming!

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  18. I am proud to be a TwiAddict and Robsessed (and yes I'm old enough to be his mom too but who cares) and will admit it to everyone who will listen..most of my friends think I'm nuts but that's OK. My very best buddies over at The TruBloodline message board (http://thetrubloodline.proboards.com/index.cgi?) understand this obsession and love me for it because they are obsessed too. Yea the books aren't the best ever written but they hook you in and don't let go. Reading is for entertainment and doesn't need to be Shakespeare to be enjoyed and loved. So stand up and be proud of who you are :D

    BTW...Love this blog though I have no SO, you make me laugh!!

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  19. I bought the books on my Kindle so no one - including my husband - can tell I'm reading (or re-reading) them!

    A shamed English teacher :)

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  20. I don't think I could hide my obsession if I wanted to. Sometimes, I hold back to avoid embarrassing my kids, but usually it is my oldest who says, "Mom, show Heather your Pocket Edward!"

    I'm divorced, so now I've entered the dating world where I've found it's best to be up front about the whole Twilight thing. These poor guys really need to know what they're getting into. It was terribly awkward the first time I brought a boyfriend into my bedroom and he saw the Edward Cullen cardboard stand up; he couldn't focus until I put Cardboard Ed in the closet.

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  21. I wanna know how she made the towel dog, that is so cool!

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  22. Job well done on holding back calling her out. My S.O. totally would have. Although, I did recently shut him up slightly when I told him to consider my Rob Obsession to be my fantasy (haha...appropriate name) sport. I simply follow info and stats so that some day I will be victorious in my goal. I don't spend any more time on my fantasy sport than he does on his.

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  23. Hilarious! Stumbled upon your blog and it's hysterical.

    While I'm not as funny entrenched as your wife, my husband is definitely getting concerned. I'll send him this link, but as soon as he is tipped off that it's about Twilight, he'll roll his eyes and give me the look.

    Keep it coming, love it!

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  24. I figure, as a female computer programmer, I've heard enough sci-fi, WoW, and Renaissance Fair crap from the guys I work with that I shouldn't worry about what they think about my Twilight obsession. My huband, on the other hand, never need know I bought a mini Edward...

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  25. i read this all the time! but i am totaly team jacob!! i wear my twilight stuff with pride!!! even though i am 29. i have a t-shirt,jasper hoddie and a braclett. but i dont care what anyone thinks.

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  26. This made me laugh so much.....At work our major topic of conversation is twilight.... 20 women ages ranging from 20 to 60. I think all the husbands and boyfriends could start up their own widowers club. I to rolled my eyes when they started talking twilight until that fatefull day when I started to read no 1 now I am reading the series the 3rd time in as many weeks. Dont know about the body art but the key ring is definately on the agenda. I have never read a series that is so addictive.

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  27. As usual, you are totally spot on. I must be weird, because I don't care if people know I love Twilight. Hell, we drive around with a Team Edward sticker on our truck. But I've seen a few people who are like this, and it is pretty painful to watch.

    I also wanted to stop by and let you know that our blog has moved. We are now at http://twilog.net/ and our new blogroll, with your blog included, is already up.

    Keep fighting the good fight!

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  28. I hide nothing. All my friends and family know. Edward comes second to no one, and if anyone has something bad to say about Twilight they better not say in front of me. All that said. I love your blog. You are extremely witty...and again you helped me acknowledge that I have a problem. Is there a Twilight rehab? I need intervention.

    Twilightdiheart

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  29. god, now I want a Team Edward sticker for my car!
    add me in with the out and proud crowd :) I'm
    nearly 42 and who said life is too short to be boring? amen to that! :)

    love this blog, TW...

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  31. I have no shame in my game! I am 31 and I will out right admit that I love all things Twilight and I love Rob Pattinson and Jackson Rathbone. I am a married mom of 2 and my friends and family put up with it!! lol Yeah I have read much better written books, but when ever some one says the book were bad or the movie was bad, I just tell them that they are fun..no need to argue with them. Tell your wife not to hide her Twilight love LOL all it is, is fun!

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  32. Ah, I understand.

    According to a Lexicon poll, I'm a part of 5% or Twilight fan that have been fans since the first book came out. What irritates me is that most fans apparently hopped aboard with Breaking Dawn (by far not the best book) and the movie (...no comment...), and those are generally the psycho fans.

    Anyway, Twilight used to be a series that I enjoyed very much and I reveled in the small cult following, but since the movie, there's been an explosion of rabid pseudo-fans (aka Fans Because of the Riddiculous Movie) that make me ashamed to call myself a Twihard. Oh, the days of anonymity...

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  33. I got to say I laughed so much with your post. But what really cracked me up was the towel dog on the picture. LOL :-D
    Oh yeah, 36 yrd old Twilight fan and not afraid to admit it ;)

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  34. oh yeah. im a closet twi-hard. the fact that i'm reading you blog at 3am says it all.. i also refuse to admit that i think rob pattinson is hot even to my twi-friends because i used to say he always looked high and that his hair looked like a mop... and i can't go back on my word now, or what kind of example would that set?

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  35. OMG, I just spent the last 20 minutes reading your blog and my DH is pissed b/c he's scared I'll wake the baby. (and he knows I won't deal with the baby because I have a date with Edward tonight).

    Funny stuff! Keep posting. You're the only person who can keep my husband sane!

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  36. I wore my "Real Men Sparkle" shirt in public the other day. My husband claims I did it on purpose, but I beg to differ. Anyway, it was fun to watch all the women read my shirt, smile approvingly but make no obvious sign that they feel the same way. Hysterical! Of course I was in Hot Topic looking for the shirt for my "niece" and finally gave up and bought online!! Thank god for the internet and your blog! Great post!!!

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  37. that is so funny that your wife is in twi-denial.

    i bet Hubs wishes i felt the same way, but no, i'm out and proud.

    (down to the wallpaper on my iphone, yo.)

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  38. Great Blog! I'm 38, single and a mom...I also have Rob (not Edward, though I love him too!) Pattinson on my desktop, read all the books, and I'm not ashamed to admit it! Most of my backhome friends love Twilight and we show it on our FB pages. I'm not dead yet, so why can't I oogle a gorgeous, intelligent, humble, musical, man who has a voice to die for. It's about time we had someone, we've put up with our men drooling over...PAM ANDERSON!! How many times has a man put playboy pics up in his garage or "man" space? Now it's the Womens' turn...and we should embrace all that is Rob, I mean, Twilight ;D

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  39. Love your blog. I was forcing myself to only log onto the Twilight and Rob sites on weekends only so I could get back to a normal life. Then Rob went to Cannes and everything went out the window. Your wife is having a hard time facing the fact that all though this series is for teen girls, and that the mature adults can't get into it, she's an obsessed fan. I look at it as not even a great book or movie, since the target audience is 15. I look at it as pure fun entertainment. Maybe her denial is the first step to this phase going away? Enjoy her denial, since you don't have long before New Moon comes out, and this whole crazy cycle starts right back up again.

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  40. Oh, dear sweet Widower, I know your intention was for other men to feel your pain but I just read numerous women (including 40+ moms like me, praise be) commiserating with your lovely wife. Thank you for that.
    After spending this whole night re-reading Eclipse I will no doubt blame my crappy mood and dark circles tomorrow morning on stress or the cat or something else. Denial?? No, I like to call it my little mid-life crisis.
    Thanks for sharing my dirty little secret.

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  41. It's not so much Twilight denial rather, it's dreading another attempt to explain to the smaller,uninformed masses what makes Twilight appeal to you. This is not any easy thing to do and can be quite time consuming
    (depending on the lack of intelligence on the part of the Twilight uninformed.
    I don't believe for a second that your wife is ashamed or in denial of her love for all things Twilight. She made a smart, informed decision not to "get into it" with people that she loves but have absolutely no clue the extent that Twilight has touched upon her very existence. The wife was true to herself by deciding it's not her responsiblity to educate the closeminded. Think of the situation in a different light, maybe just maybe,it was her love for you that she chose not to include Twilight into dinner conversation.

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  42. need a low cost twilight gift for your lady?
    try these (at your own risk):

    http://bettimusictwilight.blogspot.com/2009/05/twilight-gifts-for-free.html

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  43. You are friggin' hysterical. And you know, my husband is in "Twilight Widower's Anonymous" denial... I sent him the link to your blog and he read a few posts. He laughed but I think deep down, he really felt like crying because he realized there are others like him out there... lol... thanks for your insights!!

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  44. You are so freaking funny. I used to hide my love of the books/movie but as you can tell from our blog we are definitely as you described -- we get that it's not Shakespeare and that the movie wasn't Oscar worthy it but now I kinda don't care. I mean, I don't have THAT good of a poker face... and, um, Rob was shirtless yesterday. Mr. Spank should really thank him for that. Just sayin'.

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  45. Dear TW:

    I wouldlove to read your thoughts about yesterday's photos and your wife's reaction to them :O)

    Enjoying your blog as always,

    ANDREA

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  46. I understand what your wife is going through. When I first read the books it took me a while to admit to anyone, besides the other girls who got me into them, that I really loved them. I think the problem is that they are categorized as "Young Adult", even though so many grown women enjoy them. It's like there is an instant guilt for enjoying them because everyone says they're for teenagers. My first thought was shouldn't I have moved on to more mature literature by now? But then I realized I already had and really what's wrong with a little variety? I can read a romance novel with just as much fascination as a WWII history book. The fun part of Twilight is that it's a good love story. No matter what age, setting or time period it's written in a good love story is a good love story. And of course the escape is a fun part of the books too. Isn't the point of a good book to take you on an adventure? Fantasizing about the perfect man is nothing new either. Woman have been fantasizing about Mr. Darcy for centuries. He's an unstoppable force your are powerless against him, might as well face the facts :). Edward is like a new fantasy world version of Mr. Darcy. Handsome, faithful, willing to do anything for his lady, but of course flawed as well. The best part is that he needs his lady to balance out his flaws (they need each other really).

    And (like your wife's friends) I don't think many of Jane Austen's contemporaries thought very highly of her work either and now they are considered some of the great masterpieces in English literature. Stephanie Meyer will never equal Jane's talent in my opinion, but the stories are just as easy to love. How much you want to bet your wife's friend went home to her life-size cut out Edward and apologized to him profusely for her public denial?

    One thing I have learned from this whole twilight craziness is... Do what makes you happy. If having a few pieces of twilight merch in the house makes your wife happy more power to her! I happen to like antique screen prints of maps and travel destinations on my walls, but to each their own! If your wife wants to take pictures of pocket edward in public, I dragged the doll all over Europe and everyone's who has seen them (non-twilight fans too) have gotten a good laugh out of all the pictures.

    Anyway, great blog!

    p.s. tell your wife to check out our twilight blog! iloveboyswhosparkle.com.

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  47. Is this my husband?????
    This is SO ME! I bought the soundtrack and told the clerk it was for my niece. I hid the movie under a cart full of groceries AND I ordered the books online. I have a group of "twilight" friends who I can discuss it with and I spend my nights online reading blobs and writing my own blog about Robert Pattinson http://robertpattinsonfamous.blogspot.com/
    I stalk the stars of the movie online....BUT outside my group of "twilight" friends and my husband...NO ONE KNOWS MY SECRET....
    CRAZY!

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  48. I read one ladie's post on here who said we could not be REAL fans if we did not read them from when they first came out. I did not first read them bcs I had friends who said they were not good - they said if I liked Harry Potter (which I did) I would not care for these. I took their word. I did not see the movie in the theatre. Every time I saw Rob Pattinson I would say "Look - it's Cedric Diggory"
    Then, my father gave me the movie. I waited 2 weeks before watching it. All my friends on Facebook were going nuts... and these were women I had worked with. So, I watched it. And I was hooked. I went out that night and bought the first book. Had to go back the next day to buy the next and decided I better buy the other two. I did and you know what. I read them in 4 days. Loved it. Then I reread them. Then I introduced my sister and her husband to them (and now they love it - he loves pretending to be Edward for her). I have since introduced it to others and you know what - someone says anything negative about it I bring up something they do that the rest of us would consider geeky :) My addiction is OUT there.
    Your blog is awesome though.... seriously!

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  49. Excellent blog, so funny - and so true!

    My wife loves VPB (vampire pretty boy) and I am so devoted I saw it at the theatre 4 times with her! And here in the UK it was NOT ion at $2.00 showings either.

    And I have seen Little Ashes twice. I MUST love her.

    Your blog makes me realise I am not alone.

    Thanks mate!

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  50. Has your wife seen True Blood? it's an HBO show that you can get from Netflix. Quite good for ADULT twilight fans. it'll at least give you a break from Vampire Pretty Boy.

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  51. @Team_SixPack: Yeah, I wondered why she was so spry the other day...

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  52. Look, I'm in the same boat as you pal. My Addict doesn't talk down about the Series (The Saga), she just doesn't mention it, even when it's brought up in conversation. I made the mistake of telling some people at the pool last summer (Summer 2008 - The Year my wife lost her shit) about her obsession. Yeah, lesson learned. Anyhoo, I made this thing tonight. I don't know if it will help or hurt, but at this point, I mean, really...
    http://s646.photobucket.com/albums/uu181/tbenefield70/

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  53. Woah, I am not afraid of telling people I'm a Twi-Hard. But I guess that's only because I'm a head to head kind of person. And so what if someone is obsessed with it? It makes sense to me since it is an attractive character, and if someone doesn't, they don't have the right to tear down someone's else feelings.

    So not cool...

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  54. @Rachel: Oh dear. I think we have a new obsession here. Bill Compton may well have supplanted Sparkle as the new man of the house.

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  55. You see, it's not an Edward thing, it's a Vampire thing. Although Edward is the one who sucks you in. OOOhhhh, we should rent The Lost Boys circa 1987. Jason Patric, swoon. Well actually that might not be a good idea b/c the vampires are bad in The Lost Boys.

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  56. Hey man, just looking forward to your next post! I'm dying to know how you and your wife reacted to the shirtless RPattz pics from Italy and the New Moon trailer! One of my friends who reads your blog told me that that day the shirtless pics surfaced that it was a good day for Twilight Widowers to reap the benefits as you put it ;)

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  57. You are a genius, I had a similar experience the other night however I am out and proud, regardless of the eyerolls.
    Do you mind if I link your blog to mine?

    @ Rachel- Lost Boys rules! and I love me some vampires, and Bill Comptom, holy hell!

    Keep it comin your stuff is fantastic

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  58. Dearest Twilight Widower,

    HOLY FUCKING JESUS CHRIST.
    I am not married. I have never been married. In fact, I'm quite happily single.
    So why do I take so much pleasure in reading about the exploits of your Twi-obsessed wife and your misery?
    I haven't the darndest.

    All I know is that I want more. And I want to talk to you.

    Affiliate me? If you do that sort of thing. Drop me a line at peacelovetwilight@gmail.com and I would love to add you to my list.

    Anna, AKA Zee Peace Love Twilighter :)
    http://peacelovetwilightblog.blogspot.com

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  59. @Peace: I have to confess I am not all caught up in the blog lingo. Do you mean link to your site? I can do that...

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  60. You are freaking hilarious! I just did a blog about being IN or OUT of the Twilight Closet... I'd say your wife still has one foot in! I have linked your blog on my blog and hopefully you could do the same. I am so envious - I wish my husband had such an open mind. He just wouldn't understand my obsession!

    http://latchkey-wife.blogspot.com/

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  61. Yes, please. X) It's a mutual exchange of links, and just because I love you, I'll link you to my top affiliates.

    I also have a big contest coming up that I'd like to have all my affiliates involved in. I can understand not wanting to share it, but if you're willing give me your email and I'll send the info to you.

    Thanks!

    PLT
    http://peacelovetwilightblog.blogspot.com
    peacelovetwilight@gmail.com

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  62. My wife is totally obsessed with the twilight books, she reads them over and over! I liked the movie but come on this is rediculous. I get home from work, we eat supper and here comes the twilight book again, hello comback to reality and socialis with your freakin family! Those books have come between us and I refuse to take part in anything twilight! I am hoping to find someone that is going through the same thing and how they have handled the situation.

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  63. I don't feel alone anymore... My sister offered me tomes 1&2 of Twilight (for which I had never shawn any interest before) and I really enjoyed the way the author discribes the relationship between the two teenagers (I skipped the others pages to be honest)... Is it because I miss my 17?... Remember this men : maybe your wifes love Edward because YOU are not romantic enought and they miss the thrill of the first kiss!!! Carole from France

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  64. Wow, so glad to find this site!! I am 38 and obsessed with Rob/Edward and all things twilight. After reading all the tweets/blogs that appear to be written by teens & twenty somethings I was beginning to feel too old to like Twilight. Its so glad to know I am not the only 30+ who is in love with Edward!!!

    I am sure my poor husband would also be glad to know that he isn't the only neglected man out there too!!

    Becky, UK.

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  65. i am also addicted of twillight,and i try not use show to anyone,but my son always talking so loud in public that i love edward and bella and i always telling him off and my husband just roll his eyes and tell to admit that i am addicted to edward.

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