“I’ll never forget that day, I had just washed my dad’s car and logged onto the net and I saw the news about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. I cried all day when I saw the horrible news, how could she?” John Lentle, 17, a High School football quarterback told the Arkley Chronicle in Tampa, Florida.
“The end of the world as we know it”
Jane Santorino, 15, from Las Quintas, California, was getting ready for her birthday party with her friends when they heard on the radio: “It was like oh my god, like how could this be happening? Oh my god, gag me with a .. Oh my god, we all started to cry. This is the worst news I ever heard in my life. We cancelled the birthday party and all sat around holding candles around a picture of Robert as we cried like f*cking babies.”
All over the world there have been tears of sorrow for the split couple.
Mary Silcott, 23, from Manchester, England, was indignant: “Kristin has stabbed us all in the back. I feel as if I am frozen in time. I cannot eat or drink. I cry constantly and my disbelief is slowly turning to anger. This has shattered my innocence and I am a basic shell of my former self.”
“Watching the world collapse around me”
“This is worse than a terrorist attack on home soil. I can’t eat anymore and all I do is stare at the wall hoping that they get back together,” Angela Hougnat, 19, from New York, told local news outlets.
“At school everyone cried,” another teenager told CNN.
One teen from California said: “The day I heard was the day the earth stood still.”
“Worldwide crisis talks”
Worldwide news stations have been running the terrible news on permanent loop for over a week now. America is in a state of mourning from this terrible Twilight terrorist attack creating fear and sadness amongst its youth.
There are calls from many for the United Nations to do something over the Twilight tragedy.
“I have called Ban Ki Moon, the UN Secretary General to solve this terrible tragedy with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart,” a sympathetic Barack Obama revealed to NBC news.