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The Most Ridiculous Twilight Facebook Group

Naturally, any Twilight fan worth her 12-year-old weight in BLOOD (get it?) knows that the only way to truly show your allegiance and affection is on Facebook. OMG, TOTES. Because it’s a series of best-selling books as well as a movie, there are even more Facebook Groups than usual dedicated to the series. There’s the Because I Read Twilight I Have Unrealistic Expectations In Men group, which seems surprisingly honest and self-aware for a group of people who want to fuck mythological creatures. There’s also the Gaspard Ulliel Should Play Edward Cullen in the Twilight Movie group, which despite its admirable size (more than 3,100 members) is probably the saddest. Because of how, you know, Gaspard Ulliel doesn’t play Edward Cullen in the Twilight movie. There are also the antagonistic nerd-on-nerd-violence groups, like the Twilight Vs. Harry Potter (Twilight Side) group, because apparently there can be only one.

But there is one Twilight Facebook group that is so much more the best than all the others for its specificity of purpose and it’s being the most ridiculous thing ever.

The group seems to have sprung into being after Russell Brand cut Robert Pattinson off during the VMAS or something? The admin describes the group thusly:

fuck you, russel. YOU FUCKING CUT ROB OFF!!!!

in one move, russell has managed to piss off an entire fanbase.

Russel COCKBLOCKED Rob

OMFG ROB AND CAM AHAHAHAHAA. OMFG THAT WAS SO AWKWARD. DAMN YOU RUSSEL BRAND, YOU CUT OFF ROB.

FUCK YOUUUUU YOU FUCKING BRITISH MOTHER FUCKERRRRRR

EPIC FAIL!!!! LMAO!!!

I’m sure Rob is glad he pulled himself from bed to be cut off.

WTF?!
Rob: “Please welcome… -IS INTERRUPTED-“

And then the fandom exploded.

THEY CUT ROB OFF WHY?!!!!!!!! MTV GODDAMNIT YOU CAN’T DO ANYTHING RIGHT!!!!!!!

Even my mom thinks THAT WAS A DOUCHE THING TO DO.

Actually, the description is 10 times longer than that, all of it in the jumbled frenzy of a dislodged half-literate mind. This is what Kevin Spacey’s serial killer journals in Seven would have looked like if Kevin Spacey’s character in Seven had been 12. Still, the group does have 802 members. Those are almost tripe soup numbers. Get him, weirdos! Let him know!