One year ago, with the help of some friends, we published this Tumblr and then created a Twitter to promote it. We didn’t really have a plan for it beyond that. We were amazed when we had 5 Tumblr followers & 20 Twitter followers. We were completely shocked when those numbers reached 50 and 200 respectively and kept going. We’re so appreciative of each one of you.
We joined Twitter for one reason but we stayed because of Rob and Kristen and the mostly positive experience we’ve had sharing in our affinity for them with others. So we’re totally sparing you the navel-gazing reflections on fandom this post was gonna be and instead celebrating with an EPICALLY LONG Rob & Kristen picspam instead because who doesn’t like that?
Seriously? SO MANY PICTURES. Also there’s creepy cake!
Unbelievable as it may seem, it’s been an entire year since Moan-treal. We know right?
Last August 10th, just a few days after he was forced to endure the horror that is the TCAs, Rob hopped a red-eye to Quebec to see his girl where she was busy filming On the Road. This wasn’t really surprising, though. As has been shown time and again, once you find one hobo, the other can’t be too far behind. It’s called being in a committed relationship and Rob & Kristen own it. And much like how Kristen made it a priority to spend time with her boyfriend when he shot Bel Ami earlier in the year, Rob prioritized his girlfriend just the same.
Lovely and not at all surprising that they conduct their relationship just like any other couple. Though no other couple has to go so far as to actually say by the way, get off my dick. Because people get it; normal people do anyway.
Rob visits Kristen in Montreal - August 11-17, 2010
“The scary thing is, like, it’s not the fans of Twilight that are judgmental; it’s, like, just random general public who just read gossip magazines—even about people they’re not interested in. They’re, like, the most supposedly puritanical judgmental people.”— Robert Pattinson, on judgmental people (New Moon press junket, November 2009)
“People are deeply judgmental and I’m not strong enough. I would love to be like, ‘I don’t care what anybody thinks.’ But I’m a very private person.”— Kristen Stewart, on judgmental people (Entertainment Weekly, November 2009)