A note to anyone who is offended by this:
Develop better taste in books and movies.
Huh, I didn't think I would get a DD for this. That's cool, I'm glad people like it.
*Geeze, I went to bed for a few hours (I have terrible insomnia right now) and when I came back there were a whole crap-ton of new messages. A sincere thank you to everyone who has commented and/or favorited this piece.
I would love to personally respond to all of the new comments but I'm in the middle of packing to move and I just don't have hours upon hours of free time. Thank you again everyone!*
By the way feel free to use this image for icons or whatever. If you are reposting it somewhere I would greatly appreciate it if you gave me credit. Thanks!
Belated congratulations on the DD! You earned it!
And: Go, Count! Kick his wimpy behind!
"That's one -- one face rearrangement! Ah-ah-ah-ah!" <thunder>
Wonder what he'll do when he actually knocks Edward out? "Count" him out? (That's one -- one lame-a** joke! Ah-ah-ah-ah!)
Am I enjoying this? You bet your life I am! (Grew up watching The Count on "Sesame Street," love his counting songs -- think he's one of the coolest Muppets on the show! Couldn't really get into the whole "Twilight" craze; did like the character of Jacob, however -- I love wolf and human-wolf hybrid characters, such as Michael J. Fox's character in "Teen Wolf.")
Hilarious! I never got into the "Twilight" YA (young adult) novels, and I wasn't a fan of the films either (generally, at least; I did like Jacob, and I thought Alice kicked a**). However, the Count (full name Count von Count) has always been one of my favorite Muppets ever since "Sesame Street" introduced him. One of my favorite "Muppet News Flash" segments had Count accompanying Kermit around Fairytale Land; they came to what Kermit thought was the home of either the Three Bears or the Three Pigs. Instead, the door was answered by "one little person." "Little person? Then you must be --" And the next thing you know, Count was counting the seven "little persons" in the house -- or at least, he was trying to: the seven "little persons" in the house wouldn't stand still long enough for him to get an accurate tally! Suffice it to say, the Frog lost control of the interview and the report... as always.