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The Kickoff to the True Blood Fang-A-Thon 2012

So congradulations to me! I’ve Just embarked on a 30 day long journey that will make me blag about TrueBlood every single day for thirty days! Now you may be asking yourself. How is this different from any other day on your blog? Well, because…

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I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS THAT NEED TO BE RELEASED IN THIRTY DAYS OKAY

 

let us all say this prayer, and we can get through this together.

Trueblood will air on HBO in 30 days,

I can take my plastic fangs out of the case,

and open the bottle of trueblood.

Eric shall always be a shirtless viking God,

and Bill will always love Sookie.

I pray to HBO and every fan of trueblood, that I can one day stop reading “Sookie” as “Sookeh”

via The Kickoff to the True Blood Fang-A-Thon 2012

 

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Vampires, Werewolves, Witches and Faes…oh my! (via @lynntulloch)

For the next 30 days, along with my regular blogs, I shall be blogging about one of the great loves of my life.

This is the series of books known as ‘The Southern Vampire Mysteries’ written by Charlaine Harris these are also known as the Sookie Stackhouse books or the True Blood books. I know that you will probably have heard of at least one of these, but in case you haven’t been lucky enough to fall in love with Bon Temp yet, Ill give you a little introduction about Sookie’s world on paper and on TV, because they are actually different in some ways.

Now that we have that bit out of the way, Ill start with a quick introduction to Bon Temp.

True Blood and The Sookie Stackhouse books are set in an alternate reality where vampires have come out the proverbial coffin and proclaimed their existence to the world. They don’t have to drink blood anymore as it is now synthesised and bottled under the name True Blood and even comes in different blood types. Very convenient for the discerning vamp about town who wishes to stay within the law.

Day 1 (via @FangbangerEst89)

okay i have just recently started reading the SVM books. I’ve been wanting too and finally got a hold of them and just recently got my glasses fixed as well lol. but will be blogging of that later as i read more into the series.

Top Ten list of things excited to find out when TB Returns on HBO:

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Ode to Godric (via @JBDuRoneTB)

The debate among TB/SVM fans over Godric seems to be as hot a topic as Eric vs. Bill. Or Book Sookie/Show Sookie. Or Quinn. Or Tara. But I have to give this one to Alan Ball; I love what he did with Godric. To me, the most stirring scene during the entire True Blood series continues to be Godric and Sookie on the rooftop in Dallas. That scene was beautifully written, stirringly directed and stunningly filmed. That storyline also revealed Eric’s love and devotion for his Maker, which places me firmly in the Viking camp. (There you are; two big reveals about myself in the first paragraph!)

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Askarsapalooza (via @TBconfid)

Last night was the US premiere of Battleship and today it’s all about the Askars, and really isn’t that how it should be? B-Sleuth was there and has many good pics as you can see on her site here, I had no idea Joe M was there till her pics were posted.


See more pics of Alexander Skarsgard (Eric Northman), Kristin Bauer van Straten (Pam Swynford de Beaufort) and Joe Manganiello (Alcide Herveaux) at the Battleship premiere via Askarsapalooza


True Blood 30-Night Fangathon – Day 1 (via @EricNorthmanSVM)

Early True Blood – I miss the feral Bill who walked into Sookie’s life in that very first episode. He was the epitome of the dark handsome stranger.

via True Blood 30-Night Fangathon –  Day 1


FANG-A-THON NIGHT 1 – Favorite Pam Quote (via @Aly_x)

‘Holy Shit Gentleman, do not tell me you’d put our entire species at risk for a gash in a sundress.’

It was really difficult for me to pick for this one, the writers give Kristin all of the best snarky lines. Coming in at a close second was ‘That tree with the plaid shirt has a name?’

I love how respectful she’s being to Eric and Bill with the whole ‘gentlemen’ thing and yet she then insults in a rather crude manner the one thing those two vampires share in common, the one woman they both happen to be romantically interested in.

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