The Twilight Saga actually just a figment of our imagination

In a revelation that is sure to appease the ongoing concerns of many a blogger, it was discovered today that The Twilight Saga, from Stephanie Meyer’s books to the blockbuster film series, was simply a figment of our collective imagination.

The 60-month-long fantasy came to an end early this morning when we all awoke in our beds and realised it had simply been a horrible, horrible dream.

For a while there, it had felt real. But, as we gradually woke from our slumber-induced state of delirium, we accepted that the series’ phenomenal success was simply too inexplicable to be true.

Stephanie Meyer, a Mormon housewife and not the author of anything, was asked to comment about the worldwide fantasy:

“That’s so strange. Everyone in the world dreamt that I had written a book about shiny vampires? (Laughs, for an inordinate amount of time.) It almost sounds like the plot of an episode of Buffy. Now that was a good show.”

It was also discovered that Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, the stars of the imagined series, are not even actors, but instead K-Mart employees. Which makes sense actually now that we think about it.

Discuss: What a weird dream, huh?

4 Responses to “The Twilight Saga actually just a figment of our imagination”

  1. You know now it all starts to make sense. If only this wasn't an April fools joke D:

  2. Why get my hopes up?That was just cruel.

  3. An absolute nightmare for many 14-year-old girls.

  4. Oh Quickflix – that's just not funny. Go Team Edward.

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