A book series in which a young girl must choose between bestiality and necrophilia.
Typical Girl: I LOVE Twilight because it's an amazing book about love, and it's the story of my life. I'm average looking and would very much want to have a hot vampire AND a hot werewolf want me.

Typical Boy: I HATE Twilight because it sucks so much. It's so unoriginal and no one should ever like it. No I'm not just jealous because all the girls like Edward...
by Stevedaculedood55 May 21, 2010
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It occurs at dusk & dawn; the darking up & the lightening up of the sky.
I Love twilight; it's the 2nd & 3rd most favorite times of day/night for me!
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A book with no literary value whatsoever. It's biggest fans tend to be fangirls who are in love with Edward because they think he's sexy (despite the fact that he is merely a word).

There's no character development at all, and the protaganist, Bella Swan, would die without Edward, which leaves some of us to believe that she may, in fact, be a zombie due to the fact that she probably died sometime before the story even took place (thanks to her knack for falling in front of cars and other bullshit).

This book is so bad that I actually couldn't stomach to read it. I read more of Jane Austen than I did of Twilight. And I hate Jane Austen.

Read this if you want to look like an idiot in front of someone who isn't.
Example of a conversation about a good book:

That was awesome, it really left me thinking differently and feeling differently... I think it really did make a difference/imprint/something.

Example of a conversation about Twilight:

EDWARD IS SOOOOOO HAAAWWWTTT <3<3<3<3 luvluvluvluvluv edward culleennnn i'm MRS. CULLLENNN.... CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT???? WTF IS THAT!?
by loonylolydarko you dumbass November 9, 2007
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that book by stephenie meyer which caused the vampire genre to be classified as a "teenage love-story" instead of "badaas stories of hardcore blood drinkers". teenages girls eat this shit up for some reason.
Teenage Girl:OMG ILOVE TWILIGHT EDWARD IS SO HOT!!!1!!!ONE!!!!11!!!1!
Chuck Norris:*roundhouse kick*
Mr.T:SHUT UP, FOOL!
Kool-Aid Man:OH YEAH!
by ShatteredBomb February 4, 2009
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A book series written by Stephenie Meyer that's captured that heart of gazillions of teenaged girls around the world. It's centered around the romance between Isabella Swan (Bella), the awkward new girl in school, and Edward Cullen, a gorgeous vampire she meets. Although the book is pretty addicting, it has to be the worse book i've ever read in terms of originality, clichés, plot, and writing.

Cliché #1:
The new girl in school who is awkward and clumsy and terrible at everything. How many times have we seen and read this?

Cliché #2:
The new girl falling in love with the hottest guy in school (Edward). No one saw that coming.

Cliché #3:
Despite the new girl's awkwardness and plain looks, the hottest guy in school falls in love with her. The epitome of originality, am I right? *sarcasm*

Cliché #4:
The new girl is hopelessly in love with the hottest guy in school to the point where you want to slap her because she'll do literally everything and anything the hottest guy in school will tell her to do just for him.

Cliché #5:
The vampire (who is the hottest guy in school), despite his love for the new girl, thirsts for her blood and struggles to control his bloodlust. Wow.

Cliché #6:
The vampire is a good vampire who doesn't want to hurt humans, so he feeds off of animals instead. *cough* Louis from Interview with the Vampire *cough*

Cliché #7:
The vampire thinks he's a monster and that the new girl should stay away from him if she values her life, but of course the new girl risks her life to be with him.

Cliché #8:
The new girl would rather die than not be with the vampire, which is the stupidest thing anyone on this Earth can ever say. Yes, I understand she's madly and hopelessly and stupidly in love with him, but you only get one life. She isn't even considerate of the family members she would leave behind who would mourn her death.

There is no plot to the story. It's just a bunch of events that happens between Bella and Edward.

The writing in the beginning is so plain, and even though it does get better, it's still not good.

There's no figuritive language and not much description. The only thing the author seems to describe is Edward's appearence. Every other freaking sentence is talking about this muscular arms or smile or face or eyes or hair. It's like she created this book to produce a bazillion teenaged fangirls who are obsessed with Edward and don't care about the rest of the story. There really is nothing original about this book. Nothing that the author has come up with on her own.

It's pretty much your cliche vampire romance novel.

Despite all this, I still love it because it's addicting, but terrible.

"OMG! Twiligh is the best book in the world! I absolutly heart Edward! He's totally mine!"

"No! He's mine! I read the book first! So he's mine first!"

"We'll split him in half and share him!"

"Wow....if you think Twilight is the best book in the world...then, seriously, no comment."
by samaRAWR December 7, 2007
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holy crap. girls. you are not bella. edward cullen never existed..he never will. you are not a vampire. so get the fuck over it. twilight. lameness.
by megimoo December 3, 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
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