I wish I could walk around with a recording device & capture random conversations I have with my husband. I won’t even mention you and he’ll say something so brilliant and hilarious about you that it must be shared with the entire LTR world. For example, the other day we were in my car and I switched on the Twilight soundtrack when he wasn’t paying attention to listen to your songs for old time’s sake. When he realized what I had done, he called you a “Mumbling fool” and went on a 5 minute rant about your mumbling singing-style. I have to admit, he’s kinda right. You do have, as he lovingly coined it, “the mumbles.” While I think it’s endearing, he thinks… well, I’ll let you guess what he thinks about you & your “mumbles.”
I came home from work the other day to find my husband, not surprisingly, in his home recording studio with his headphones on. I assumed he was working on something for his latest indie dance song craze, but no, I was wrong. VERY wrong.
It turns out he, without the aid or guidance from me whatsoever, tracked you down, interviewed you and premiered a remix of one of your songs on his “radio show.” Or, at least, he thinks it’s you. I have a feeling “Robert Paddleston” might be an impostor.
I now present to you the most Epic “Stuff Guys say about Robert Pattinson” EVER:
I love “the Mumbles,”
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I had no part in this interview/song. Seriously. Not showering? The Tuck? The British slang? The stealing of my Twilight soundtrack so he could recreate “Let me sign?” My husband did it all. While I’m extremely proud to call him mine, I’m also a bit concerned. What if his hatred of “Paddleston” is a front? And he secretly has a man-crush?