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Twilightism, which originates from the book 'Twilight', (the very popular series by Stephanie Meyer), is the religious practice of Vampire and Werewolf obsessed Men and Women. Practicers of this awful religion can often be seen in stores like hot topic sporting snazzy Team Edward or Team Jacob shirts. While, wearers of the separate shirts are very protective of their respective lovers , Edward or Jacob. And upon getting within feet of each other, begin arguing annoyingly. Anyone of this religion or even owners of the t-shirts should be bit, not by a vampire or werewolf, but by a raging pissed grizzly bear !
Jack - "Hey hunny, do you think that we can go out tonight to celebrate our fifth anniversary?"

Lena - "No, shut up hoe, my man Edward's movie is coming out in three weeks, I need to go set up a tent with my other minions outside of store!"

Jack - "Fucking Twilightism!"

Lena - "Grrrrr, One day, one day! Vampires will rule!"
by Fowlerz March 17, 2009
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Twilightism, which originates from the word 'Twilight', (the very popular series by Stephanie Meyer), is actually used in cases of people who experience something to do with Twilight almost every day of their life. These people, who are also known as Twi-hards, Twi-fans, Twi-heads, Twilighters, or any other nickname, express their interest of Twilight in an almost religious aspect. Other words could be obsessive, compulsive, or addicted. Not that I would blame them. Twilight is awesome.

Some ways would be purposefully packing an apple in your lunch or kissing your Edward poster every morning before you leave for school. Some even go to the extremes as to burn insense to the Vamp Gods, begging to be blesses with Vampiristic powers.
Please, Vampire Gods, bite me, and bless me with the power to glitter in sunlight... I've been faithfully practicing my Twilightism for six months now.... ooooommmmm... ooommmmm...
by Twilight-Fanatic March 14, 2009
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