Is what drug dealers are telling teenagers, I imagine when pushing... whatever it is they push these days onto teens.
But this was also the phrase someone used with me when talking about the Twilight Saga. I admit, I had picked it up in Barnes and Noble initially because I thought, "Ooh, apple, snow whit--Nope, teen vampire romance that does not involve slayers." (Buffy FTW)
And I didn't really think of it much after that but was totally fine with jumping on the band wagon of poking fun of it. I had heard something about 'sparkly vampires', it sounded stupid, that was that.
But then someone, a fan of the books and friend of mine, pointed out that I got perturbed when Harry Potter was made fun of by people who had never even picked up a book.
She had a frustratingly accurate point.
And she pointed out that who knows, I may even enjoy reading them. She was right for about... 5 chapters of the first book. I've been to Forks, Washington, I was super amused that it was the location of this series.
This is what driving through Forks is like.
Sign: You Are Now Entering Forks.
Sign: You Are Now Leaving Forks.
But the novelty of something I grew up with wore off and this catalogues my experience with the series rather accurately:
Last panel will make a whole lot of sense if you know about the whole... baby fuckery and Jacob's imprinting... Just wiki it. Seriously.