Top 7 reasons Rob Pattinson wasn’t at the afterparty

Dear Rob,

We love RonFrom signs bearing your name (“Ron”) to seeing you in action on the red carpet, to being mere INCHES away from your face, Monday night’s Breaking Dawn part 1 premiere was Epic. Of course, what would have been even MORE Epic if Moon was not being “Rob-blocked” by a certain D-list actor when she was doing interviews, but more on that later (as in another day when we have time to edit another video)

Despite not getting to ask you if you’ve ever tried any other animal shape not-real-pieces-of-meat chicken nuggets other than Dinos, or finding out if you prefer to heat them in the conventional or toaster oven, we had a great night. Especially later in the evening when we came up with THIS list after spending 2 hours surveying the party, looking for you in every corner possible (we even looked IN the waterfall):

Top 7 reasons Rob Pattinson wasn’t at the afterparty (Cuz coming up with 10 was wayyyy too hard)

  1. Kristen got really pissed off that you wore blue too & gave you a unibrow with her sharpie.
  2. You heard they weren’t serving Dino-nuggets at the after-party and the spread was a more “grown-up” affair. Cocktails instead of beer? So you went home & threw something in the microwave & popped open a beer.
  3. You heard you lost “best dressed” of the night to Jackson Rathbone & were ashamed to show our face. Guyliner? Why didn’t you think of that?
  4. While in line to get popcorn & your Breaking Dawn souvenir cup before the movie started (you need to complete your set, of course) the ushers came out & announced the doors were being closed & no one else was allowed into the screening. Dean, your parents, your driver & everyone else you knew was inside, so you just hitchhiked home.
  5. They turned you away when you attempted to bring Bear through the doors. You even explained how you had no idea who more than half of the people were who walked the red carpet & you just felt kinda lonely, but they didn’t care. You pointed out Weird Al Yankovich & how much you needed Bear’s protection & even THAT didn’t work…
  6. Saddened that you didn’t get to talk to Moon on the red carpet, you went home to pen a song about your “missed connection.”
  7. You were told you had to check your cell phone at will call & didn’t want to part with your Jitterbug phone. You saw Ashley Greene’s grandpa eyeing it up earlier & didn’t trust that it would be there when you returned.

After getting home with the champagne-giggles, kicking off our shoes, putting on comfy clothes (FINALLY) and covering our war wounds with Hello Kitty band-aids, it was a nice surprise to find THIS video on one of our cameras:

Until next time (oh there WILL be a next time!)

UC & Moon

We had an amazzzzzinggggg time on Monday night. Make sure to get over to LTT today for Storytime! While Rob didn’t confess his love & whisk us away to meet Bear & ask us to vacuum out his sheets before taking us to bed (yes, together), it was a successful night anyway.

We have more stories to share. So stay tuned! Thanks to everyone we met & who encouraged us and made us SO HAPPY to be there! It was amazing to see faces we recognized in the crowd! XO

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18 Responses to “Top 7 reasons Rob Pattinson wasn’t at the afterparty”

  1. FritzWenzie says:

    HOT DAMN!!! I just teared up watching that video…EPIC!

  2. VC says:

    I can’t think of a more deserving duo to get such an eagle-eyes view. I do think he hitchhiked. He was picked up by a pirate cabbie -recently emigrated from Vietnam – who didn’t know him from Adam. As the cabbie had only been here 10 days, he didn’t know that the $5 Rob had in his pocket wasn’t a decent cab fare to the hotel, and he didn’t understand why the very tall man gave him something scribbled on an In-and-Out receipt to make up for it.

  3. Munkee says:

    I Can’t Watch. Ads make noise continuously. For the love of God, how do I make it stop?

    • ILUVLTT says:

      You just mute the ads. There are 2 at the bottom and 1 on the right side of the page. Below the ads on the bottom right corner, there is a volume control. Click on the first little line and it should mute it.

    • eatmyjorts says:

      The voices! The voices!

    • natteringyeahrobber says:

      Each ad has a volume control. You have to hit mute for each of them. Or just hit mute on on your computer control.

      Or just work in an office where they don’t trust employees with sound cards, because if they have sound cards they’ll try to do some fancy multi-tasking whilst listening to music (instead of uni-tasking all day on Twitter and LTT/LTR).

  4. natteringyeahrobber says:

    I can’t say sure why Rob missed the after party this year, but I will claim pre-responsibility for him missing the party next year. If I have my way. 1 year track record of failure (in getting my way with Rob), but I’m gonna make it happen in 2012. Or 2013. Or 2032. Whichever.

    So happy that some of us were able to get within inches of him (uh MAGGIE!!!).

  5. natteringyeahrobber says:

    Prior to Halloween, my coworker gave me a poorly written real-life ghost book. Gave me is an understatement, she shoved it at me and told me it was not to be missed. It is basically fiction, but instead of he/she, the author uses I. And as is the case with most supernatural fiction, the author never moves out of the house, even though walls melt, kittens die, and slimey tennis balls from the another dark world roll across the room in the middle of the night. I do have a point somewhere.

    Oh yes. In this dumb book, a clairvoyant comes to the house and asks people to put their names in a envelopes. She then closes her eyes and puts her hand over the envelopes until one of them basically burns and blisters her palms. The name she picks is the name the spirit is attracted to. I just did the same thing with the 7 options above. Only I didn’t bother with envelopes, I just asked my coworker (the one who gave me that lame book) to pick a number between 1 and 7. She said 6. I then spilled coffee (10 minutes later – total sign). So it must be #6. I’m sure his missed connection ad will be sexy and irresistable, Moon. I’ll keep my eye out for it!

    Clinically insanely yours,

  6. Cazza says:

    *coughs* the peeps holding up the Ron poster look very familiar….*whispers* HE SIGNED IT!!!!

    I also managed to get two photos with him – I look like the cat that got the cream in them both.

    I HEART THE BLEACHERS……..for giving me Ron and for allowing me to go and see the movie.

    p.s. Ron walked past us on his way to his seat. It was so dark when he came in (good strategy me thinks), he tripped right by us – wonky feet rule the world.

    • The Old One says:

      TWO photos? AND he signed the RON poster? AND you got to watch him trip!! That’s just not fair at all. Did he laugh at the “Ron” ?

  7. shenanygans says:

    I must confess I almost paid $250 for a ticket to get in the movie, some guy even tried to sell me a ticket for $500 to walk the red carpet :/ I would never be able to get a picture with him with but I thought maybe getting a picture with you girls would have been just as good 🙂

  8. KeepOnKeepingOn says:

    I don’t know the first thing about premeirs. How do you even get near that rope, let alone get a ticket to watch the movie?

  9. KeepOnKeepingOn says:

    Was Rob the only one not at the after-party? Was Kristen and Taylor? Just curious. Hmmm. Also, how did you guys get into the freaking after-party? I am so lame. I know nothing about Hollywood. Actually, I’m not lame. But, still, I know nothing about Hollywod:)

  10. Justthetip,EH? says:

    OMG. That night was insane! Best fun ever!!!

  11. Justthetip,EH? says:

    PS He missed the afterparty cause the Canadians stole him and took him back to the hotel. I WISH.

  12. Neneluvsrob4ever says:

    I was SQUEEING the entire time I was watch this! *Sigh* I’m so jealous, but happy at the same time that you were so close to The Pretty and got video of him!

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