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Monday, November 1, 2010

Halloween Fangbangin': The Best Sookie, Bill, Eric

I'm True Blood missing to the max. Luckily, I have an excuse to write about it. While I'm sure you witnessed many Sookies, Bills and Erics while trick or treating this Halloween season, I promise you these take the prize.


Never before have I been more proud of my sibling. She looks just like that Bon Temps waitress (!) complete with an official Merlotte's t-shirt, bottle of True Blood and bloody vampire bite oozing on her neck! What an adorable southern belle she makes. Julie said while dressed like Sookie, people yelled "Sukkeh!" at her all night like that annoying Bill Compton, which brings me to my next costume winner...


Scranton's Dunder Mifflin Office held a costume contest last Thursday. While I didn't watch the entire episode but am pretty certain Andy didn't win, his version of True Blood's lamest vampire cracked me up. I seriously appreciate the receding hairline and man bangs. Bill's got nothing on his vampire nemesis...


Meet my friend Eric Kyle. Despite what he may tell you, I deserve full credit for this incredible costume. If it weren't for me, he never would have started watching True Blood. I begged him for months to watch it with me, desperately attempting to convince him of it's bloody brilliance. He refused for awhile until finally giving in. And voilà! Here you have the best Eric Northman costume you will ever see in your life. 

If you know me, you know how obsessed in love with the viking vampire I am and have been since season one, episode four when we first met him in Fangtasia. Be still my heart. Therefore, having the above-pictured Eric Northman lookalike in my life is equal parts lucky and torturous. To be honest, I cannot understand how it is possible. How?! How is it possible?! Why?!

A bloody tear! Poor guy needs his Sookie. Or perhaps his Yvetta...
Since Eric Kyle lives in another state, I was unable to witness this transformation in person. It's probably for the best. While I'm terribly, painfully jealous of everyone who saw him last night, I don't want to know what I would have done if I had the opportunity to stand before him. Did I mention he's as tall as the viking with an equally powerful presence that demands your attention? The resemblance is uncanny! And deadly. Be still my heart!

1 comment:

  1. Jenny, Kyle cannot fly and he is not thousands of years old. He is human!