27 Signs You're A Former "Twilight" Fangirl
Hey, we were all 13 once.
There’s a “Team Edward” or "Team Jacob" shirt in the back of your closet somewhere.
And you still have old Edward and Bella posters hanging in your childhood bedroom.
“Twi-hard,” “Twilighter,” and “Twerd” were all titles you called yourself at some point.
Every once in awhile, “Bella’s Lullaby” comes on when you’re listening to your iTunes on shuffle.
You know how to spell “Stephenie.”
Twilightlexicon.com and stepheniemeyer.com are buried in your bookmarks.
You knew every inch of Stephenie’s website, and prayed every day for a new blog from her.
And the only reason you even read The Hunger Games is because Stephenie recommended it on her blog.
You still know the names of every single actor in the first movie, because you followed that casting process religiously.
Taylor Lautner was the hottest guy on the planet to you.
But you were totally in love with Robert Pattinson and watched every film he was ever in.
And you definitely shipped him with Kristen, and felt vindicated when they started dating later.
The only reason you watched the 2008 VMAs was for the Twilight cast appearance.
You're still subscribed to a bunch of YouTubers who used to vlog about Twilight.
You still have your ticket stub for the first movie somewhere.
And you didn't miss a single interview or behind-the-scenes for it.
You know who Josh Horowitz is because of that press tour.
And you hated it when interviewers compared Twilight to High School Musical.
Every time a new book came out, you stayed up all night reading the entire thing.
Even after going to the midnight book release party at your book store.
You read The Host even though you were mad at Steph for writing it before she finished Breaking Dawn.
When Stephenie announced Midnight Sun you were SO EXCITED because it was a dream come true.
And when she cancelled it, it was like she stomped on all of your dreams with industrial-sized boots
Even though you were mostly over it all by the time it came out, you couldn’t resist reading The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner.
And when you heard about Life and Death you laughed, but secretly you know you'll probably read it eventually.
Because even though your burning love for Twilight may have dimmed, you know deep down it will never truly die.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF