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43.
A horribly overrated book and movie series, beloved by teenyboppers, tweens and teenage girls, but hated by people who knows what a real vampire is. Vampires are not supposed to be cuddly teen idols, they are supposed to be terrifying bloodthirsty monsters.
Stephanie Meyer, Robert Pattinson, and Twilight all suck.
by WPH15 August 01, 2009
 
44.
Full of cliches, information downloaded off the internet, no sentence skills
Bloody hell, what is this crap, Twilight?
by MoMite February 07, 2009
 
45.
Let's try and not get a biased opinion, people, PLEASE.

Here goes...

A book series written Stephanie Meyer about a girl, Isabelle Swan, known as Bella, who decides to live with her father in Forks, Washington. There, she meets and eventually falls in love with the elusive and attractive Edward Cullen. Problem? Edward is a vampire who can barely withstand the scent of Bella's blood. Despite this, they begin a turbulent relationship leading into a chase for Bella's life against rival vampire James.

This book has become increasingly popular, especially with teenage girls or fangirls, and has been compared to Harry Potter in popularity and fan base. This series has spawned 3 sequels, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn, respectively, as well as a movie, Twilight, along with its upcomign sequel, New Moon. Twilight t-shirts and other paraphernalia can be found almost everywhere, especially in Hot Topic, and is considered to be a better seller than many of the store's other products.

However, though there are many positive things to say about Twilight, there is also a downside. Many have criticized the style of writing in the series, more specifically, the details. Bella's VERY detailed descriptions of people (by People I mean Edward) can cause an annoyance to some readers (Ex: "Ok, you think he's hot. Move the fuck on!").

Secondly, the stereotypical (though not always accurate, bear with me here) Twilight fangirl is a girl ranging from 12-17 years of age who would be, when it comes to physical appearance, unnatractive. Because some of these girls know that they will not attract the attention of human male until later in life, Edward Cullen will have to do.

Fangirls will usually be seen with something pertaining to the series, whether it is one of the books itself, one of the Twilight tees from Hot Topic (see above), or other similar things of that nature. They will also post fanfics on FanFiction.net on how they would see this story or look up all things Twilight/Stephanie Meyer/Edward Cullen (or whomever the like best)on Google for hours.

Emotionally, Twilight fangirls can tend to have a holier (or in this case, Twilightier)-than-thou aura (think like certain scene girls). Fangirls will usually get into a long rant when one of the following occurs (but not limited to):

1. Someone has read only Twilight, and has no interest in reading the others for one reason or another (fanngirls might try to push you to read all of the others

2. Someone does not find Edward Cullen attractive (the girls who fit this category usually have a significant other, but the one way to piss a fangirl off is to say that you think Jacob Black (or even James) is hotter than Edward)

3. Someone who prefers seeing the movie, rather than read the book (fangirls will try to make you read the book first)

4. Someone who is simply uninterested in the series (fangirls WILL push you, if you're not interested, simply say so)

5. Someone who believes that Edward Cullen gives unrealistic expectations for men (that all men have to have sparkly skin, be poetic, heroic, etc.) and that the relationship between Edward and Bella is either unrealistic, soap-opera-esque, or simply cheesy. (We'll get to that later)

6. Someone thinks the movie was better than the book (Most fangirls believe that the movie was either as expected or god-awful)
However, there will be fangirls in relationships or pursuing someone. They will usually compare their relationship/crush to Edward and Bella's relationship, saying that they and their crush/boyfriend were "meant to be," despite that the crushes might want nothing to do with the fangirl.

But don't think that all of this only applies to girls. Boys, though very few, DO read Twilight for entertainment.

In conclusion, Twilight is a pop culture fixture that everyone will remember and either love, hate, love to hate, or hate to love.
cullengrl108 (Caroline, fangirl): Hey Chels! I'm going to the book signing for the new Twilight novel!!! OMFG I CANT WAIT!!!

denimanddiamonds (Chelsea, normal girl): LOL i know how much you love Twilight, but i can't go. ive got a date with ross tonight. were going to go see the new blockbuster.

cullengrl108: WHATTT???? U CANT B SERIOUS!! i know ross is hot an all but EDWARD is HOTTER!!!!!!

denimanddiamonds: i do find him attractive, but car, when are you going 2 see that there are real life edward cullens in front of you, like tom.

cullengrl108: tom and i arent meant 2 b like edward and bella r. u know that

denimanddiamonds (in a sarcastic tone): whatever you say, car, whatever you say
by twilight guru January 24, 2009
 
46.
A film/book created for sceneybop 12 year old, and probably fat girls who want to obsess and fawn over something slightly more Hot Topic than the Jonas Brothers. It is now a ridiculous fad which seems to have taken hold of retarded girls aged 10-20+ who think that the meaning of love means sparkling codependency.
Fuck Twilight.
by lloyd- April 11, 2009
 
47.
The fateful episode of the TV show NCIS in which Sasha Alexander's character, Agent Caitlin Todd, loses her life. The last episode of the second season of NCIS which pushed Ari's subplot into high gear for the first two episodes of the third season.
Person A: I'm still in denial about Twilight.
Person B: I don't care, I didn't like Kate.
A: ::slaps B Gibbs-style::
by Laura-san November 19, 2005
 
48.
the story of an unemployed vampire finding true love with his underaged, prepubecent cousin
Damn, vampire incest is sweet, i'll go read some twilight
by DarthAlan50 December 08, 2008
 
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Quite possibly the worst piece of shit ever made that has somehow captured the attention of millions of unattractive women seeking a man in their life, and twisting their conceptions of a meaningful relationship to an abusive man that somehow manages to save their clumsy butts. Not only that its lack of plot and character development causes the fragile mind to start to break, causing permanent stupidity and a strong pull towards cullenism, in which fangirls will defend with some piss poor defense that a newborn baby could rip through
Fangirl: OMG!!!!!1!!11111!!!one Edward is like totally going to save me when I'm in trouble!

Me: Hate to break it to you, but he's not real, he's a fictional character created by a poor author to marry herself in a book that has made me hate a word so much that I now refer to the time by the less romantic word, dusk

Fangirl: How dare you say that? twilight is the best book ever!!!!!one1111!!! I should pwn joo for that!!!!!111!!!one!!!
by Mobius Leader May 24, 2009