Do you have the feeling that you sometimes just don’t “get” what we’re talking about here? Like you missed out on important stuff? No problem! That is exactly why we decided to make the official How To Dazzle Lexicon where we explain all our little inside jokes aka the common Twi-knowledge of not so crazy fangirls. In alphabetical order of course. Like in a real lexicon, you know!
Carrie Keagan: One of my favorite interviewers EVER! Famous for inventing the term WILF (Wolves I Would Like to F*ck)
DILF: Nickname for Chris Weitz who we lovingly call the DILF (Director I Would Like to F*ck). Especially cool since he directed American Pie, the movie where MILF was invented
Dumpster theory: We think (chosen by his hobo-like style and love for pubs) that Drunkrob likes to hang out near random dumpsters in dark alleyways at night. Which leads us to the question would we actually DO him behind a dumpster should we ever meet him there?
Heineken: Special Dutch beer. Rob once expressed his love for this brand in an interview (I forget in which though). Since then we love to make jokes that he might love Heineken and Hot Pockets more than women… Also this is the reason why we like to rate everything in Heineken bottles instead of just lame stars.
Hot Pockets: Rob once said in an interview (I forget in which though) back in the days of Twilight that he loves microwaved food, especially Hot Pockets. Since then we love to make jokes that he might love Heineken and Hot Pockets more than women…
Legal in Georgia: Joke we made back in the days when Taylor was still a minor because Georgia would have been the only state where we could have had sex with him without ending up in jail. Also a joke we plan to make about BooBoo Stewart soon…
Leg Hitch: The scene in Eclipse where you ALMOST get the feeling Edward and Bella might actually get it on. You know, the one where they lie on the golden bedsheets and Edward hitches Bella’s leg up around his hip. Thus the magickness of the leg hitch was created. Probably the most anticipated scene in Eclipse.
Mullet: Kristen’s hairdo while filming the Runaways. Also known as the Joan Jett mullet.
Rachelle Lefevre Gate: Summit’s first big mistake (unfortunately not their last one). In short: They kicked out my girl-crush Rachelle Lefevre who played a FIERCE Victoria in Twilight and New Moon under super lame pretenses. I will NEVER forgive them! Ever! This is why I blame Summit ALWAYS. For EVERYTHING!
Rob’s Hair Debacle of 2010: Rob’s hair at the BAFTAs 2010. He came straight from the set of Bel Ami and didn’t have time to wash his hair. Or at least use some dry shampoo. Or wear a hat. Also this was the day that we had to cancel our special edition of suitporn due to Rob NOT looking hot on the red carpet… Damn!
Sharkboy: Some crazy flick Taylor did back in the days when he was just a strange little kid with rad martial arts skills. I’ve only ever seen about ten minutes of that movie but almost pissed my pants from laughing so hard. I bet he feels 1st-hand-embarrassed for that one by now. Awesome bloggers that we are we will NEVER let him live that down!
Shaun Robinson: We crowned her the queen of 2nd-hand-embarrassment after her red carpet interviews for New Moon. She made the Twi-guys play with the New Moon action figures, brought her Edward Cullen blanket to an interview with Rob.
Taylor Summit Conspiracy: A theory we developed saying that Taylor might actually be gay. But to cover it all up Summit made him go out with all those Disney Channel girls. Or at least that’s what we think…
Tom Stu: No idea why we mention him so much. One of Rob’s best and oldest friend. They played together in Vanity Fair and once were seen shopping underwear together. Fun fact: Thousands of fangirls wanted Tom Stu (actually Tom Sturridge) to play Edward Cullen months before Rob was given the role.
Twimoms (the Oprah kind): We don’t have anything against normal Twimoms! when we make jokes about any Twimoms we ALWAYS mean the Oprah kind! Aka the ones who make Team Edward and Team Jacob Strawberries and walk a red carpet in their basement together with cardboard Edward.
WILFs: Term invented by Carrie Keagan during an interview with the wolfpack for New Moon. Means Wolves I Would Like to F*ck.
Wolf-shirts: Any kind of shirt that has a wolf on it. Please do NOT wear one of those to a Twilight premiere. Or EVER actually.
We will update this lexicon as we go. If you got any suggestions what to add, let us know via comment or e-mail!