It’s time for another Tattoo article! And why not? Tattoos have their own fashion seasons, their own couturiers, their own models. Anyone can model a tattoo, not anyone can model haute couture. So… it’s rainin’ tattoos!
While there’s an undeniable likeness of the Twilight books trilogy and the onscreen chemistry between Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen) and Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan) makes everyone (and their respective dogs) dream about some twilight love, tattooing some Twilight-relevant symbol, phrase or film character could be a wrong move. (the story continues right after the jump with more pictures)
It’s like Adam and Eve reloaded, like Gone with the (vampire) wind! It’s just a book, you know, pure fiction, and if the cast directors can swim in gold for having given Edward and Bella to Robert and Kristen, living la vida Twilight could really cut someone from the current reality.
On the other hand, the romantic perspective of Twilight makes our youngsters dream. Dream about love, about the existence of the other half, about romance 10,000%. That’s the bright side of things! What’s really worrying me is the how persistent the theme of the Lion falling in love with the Lamb! Sure, I don’t prefer seeing Robert Pattinson (as Edward Cullen) tattooed in full splendor… But hey, do your parents know about all this twilight skin love? (via)
YE GADS!!! : P
Wow. This is pathetic. I really can’t say anything else. These people need lives.
Get over twilight it is just a movie and you will really wont that tattoo in fifty years.
I’m a fan… I think the Twilight saga is a fabulously original story and I really look forward to enjoying the next chapter… but not quite this much… Many of the beautifully written words in the books will remain in my mind for many years to come, but that is the only place I am personally willing to imprint them, that’s enough for me.
Thank you Stephenie Meyer for sharing your fantasy world with us… as for the over the top fans. These people are just people, portraying a story, just a story… it seems the line between reality and fantasy is blurred with many…
I seriously worry about the twisted life lessons and relationship expectations (/abuse) these girls will have later in life.
Biolobri – seriously!
Twilight is NOT original. Read Jane Austen, lots of it is taken from her books. Not to mention the countless vampire fanfictions that were out there LONG before Twilight.
I think it’s anyone’s right to get tattooed if they want, but they’re going to be judged for it. People judge based on how you dress – tattoos can’t be taken off, and I judge people negatively if they have anything Twilight on, let alone a tattoo.
If they like Twilight that much, I am SERIOUSLY worried about how warped their views about “healthy” relationships are, and whether or not they have a propensity toward self destructive obsession like Bella.
Serioulsy, I’m not going to lie! I am absolutely obssesed with twilight…. i am fixing to get a twilight tattoo, have read all the books about 5 times and have seen each movie 2x’s or more… but that doesnt mean I am crazy. I am married, happily, and have a 2 year old child. Everyone needs a fantasy place to escape too…. It just happens to be twilight for many women and girls and most of the time video games for men….. just thought I would put my opinion out there…
i love this film it is great
twilight my love
i want to watch it always
I think I would like to put only a great qoute from the movie on my arm. But I shouldn’t put such a big picture of Edward on my arm.
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