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21 January 2009


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My friend actually bought one of those (after agonizing for several minutes about who might see her do it). She didn't buy it because she loves Edward Cullen, but because she's obsessed with Robert Pattinson.


I can't decide what to look at-the hair, the face, the high-waisted 80's jeans or what appears to be an emo wrist cuff. There's just so much Bad here.

Shooting Stars

Well, the thing on his wrist is what's in the movie i believe...the cullen crest.

But yeah, Edward kind of amuses me, but I think they did a really good job with the Bella one honestly. lol


Floating Lush

I have very much enjoyed all of the Twilight things you post. In fact, I enjoy them *so much* that I have a collection.

Muahahaha!! >:)


I didn't think it would be possible to make the Twilight movie poster more creepy than it already is. Alas, I have been proved wrong yet again. (Shudder.)


I'm beyond thrilled that I didn't have the faintest idea what this was supposed to be.


The arms are not in proportion with his body lol. Creeepy!


The arms are not in proportion with his body lol. Creeepy!


The arms are not in proportion with his body lol. Creeepy!


When I first saw this (on another blog), I was like, "Who the hell is that supposed to b- WAIT, IS THAT EDWARD?!?!?". So, so bad.

A Paperback Writer

Awk! Run away! Run away!

Wait. I have a question: does the doll sparkle if you put it in sunlight? It should.

R Lorig

My knowledge of all things Twilight is so lacking that I saw the picture and assumed it was a woman.


Yeah, but does he/it sparkle?


the pose + the high wasted pants +the fact that this exists at all = yikes.

i hate emo kids


is there a reason his jacket is half on?


I couldn't figure out who it was before clicking, and thought maybe Katniss from The Hunger Games...

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