Charlie covering his ears
Two annoying girls moved into the apartment above me.
I'm forced to hear every dumb thing they say.
These are my letters to them.


“Obviously I’m going to be Team Edward tonight, so maybe I’ll be Team Ashton right now.” Do I have to be Team Rumer Willis again?

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  1. mike says:

    Why Rumer Willis?

  2. Rebi says:

    Did she have an itinerary for this one too?

  3. Leah says:

    Ashton Kutcher’s step-daughter…so a joke about Renesmee?

    If that’s the case, Charlie’s read Twilight…

    • Charlie McDowell says:

      I have yet to read Twilight… are they that good?

      • Lawlieter says:

        No. They’re like slightly good fanfiction. Not worth your time, money, or effort.

      • Alex says:

        Seriously Charlie, don’t bother.

      • Gamble says:

        If you want to read a book series about necrophelia, pedofiles, beastiality, impossible logic and gay sparkely vampires you might like twilight. Team Dumbledor!

      • shelbycat says:

        Gamble, it’s Dumbledore’s Army. Not team Dumbledore.

      • Gamble says:

        Yes I realized my mistake right after posting *shrug*

      • pjano-man says:

        I am going to have to disagree. I reluctantly advise reading the twilight saga.. along the road to understanding GAM logic sacrifices ought to be made.

      • pottergirl94 says:

        “Hattie are you team Edward or team Jacob?” “I’m team dumbledore” “uh huh dumbledore,s not a fictional character”- doting hat and umbrage / avps

      • Sydney says:

        It’s teenage romance written at a grade-school reading level and filled with angst. If that’s appealing, then you should definitely read it.

  4. elilevin90 says:

    #DumbledoresArmy all the way….I tried watching the first….Andre it to gay sparkly vampires then had to turn it off so it wuldnt rub off on me

  5. ohemgeeskittles says:

    “Harry Potter is about confronting fears, finding inner strength and doing what is right in the face of adversity. Twilight is about how important it is to have a boyfriend.” –Stephen King

    • Z says:

      Haha! I remember that quote. When I first read it I couldn’t stop laughing for a while. But to be truthful, the movies make the books seem like utter crap. Apparently the Twilight Saga was mainly a story about how humans sometimes choose poorly when faced with a choice. In essence: bringing to light how dumb Bella’s choice was.

  6. Lena says:

    I don’t understand this post…

  7. Brittany says:

    I read and watched the books/movies. I enjoyed both of them. The books are far better, though.. Books usually are. They are “teeny” but, better than.. Goosebumps, Baby sitters club.. etc.. Do they even publish those anymore? If I tried to read those now.. I’d probably drown myself.

  8. abbycadabby says:

    Team Cedric Diggory!

  9. Ree says:

    Team Bruce Willis!

  10. Booklover says:

    To be fair, Twilight is a good ideal, poorly executed. Team Ron forever!

    • llamalicious says:

      I must admit I think the execution of Twilight is better than the base ideal.

      And no, that doesn’t mean the execution is any good either.

  11. CB says:

    Charlie now (maybe reluctantly)know his core audience. We went off the geek rails on this one. And I have no idea what any of these comments mean.

  12. Kits says:

    I love this website, but I hate Harry Potter. I can’t help but hate it. Ever since I first set my sights on it, I think I read one page and I disliked it. I just had to share that.

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    I can’t believe this is happening, but I think the Girl’s Above You just gained some of my respect. Not for liking Twilight, obviously. But Team Ashton is a reference to Desert Bus For Hope which is a really awesome year-ly effort by some comedians in Canada to raise money for a children’s charity.

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