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Hola, beautiful, independent young women who know that they don’t need to rely on a man to fulfill their hopes and dreams but that a man can make a really great partner for having laughs and adventures on this journey called life or who may be a lesbian which is also great and best of luck no matter what, and young men who are courteous and respectful in a way that harkens back to an almost Victorian era of regimented manners and clearly drawn gender lines but who are this way without any of the baggage and institutionalized repression that were trademarks of that era, let me ask you a very civilized and adult question that shows you that I am treating you just like the mature young adults that you are: OMGZJSJFAGMGFMGMFMSMS! HOW WE ARE READY TO PUMPED YOU UPPED ARE YOU FOR THE HUNGER GAMES: THE MOVIE I KNOW, RIIIIIIIIIGHT?! KATNIPS! PITA! GULLL! I LOVE THEM ALL SO MUCH (EXCEPT HEIMLECH) I WANT TO HUNT THEM DOWN IN AN ARENA AND MAKE THEM LOOOOVE ME!

GUYS YOU HAVE PROBABLY ALREADY GOTTEN A SEXT FROM UR BFFFFFS ABOUT THIS, BUT THEY R GOING 2 PREMIERE THE TEASER TRAILER FOR THE HUNGER GAMES: THE MOVIE AT THIS WEEKEND’S MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS (WHATEVER THOSE ARE? NICKTOONS!) BUT WHAT YOUR BFFS MIGHT NOT HAVE SEXTED YOU ABOUT, WHICH IS WHY YOU SHOULDN’T EVEN BE BFFFFS WITH THEM NE-MORE AND U SHOULD JUST BE BFFFFS WITH ME IS THAT THERE IS A TEASER TRAILER 3 THE TEASER TRAILER OHMGMGMF! YOU CAN SEE THE BEAUTIFUL JENNIFER LAWRENCE AS KATNUS ABERDEEN FOR, LIKE, 0.2 WHOLE SECONDS I KNOW!!!!!!! HOLD ON MY HEAD FELL OFF DID YOUR HEAD FELL OFF HAHAA BOTH OUR HEADS FELL OFF DON’T TELL MOM. IT’S AFTER THE JUMP AND IT’S SOOOOOOOOOOO HOT BUT DON’T TELL JEFF IN CHEMISTRY CLASS THAT I CROSSED OUT HIS LAST NAME ON MY JEANS AND I WROTE “GABE TRAILER-TRAILER.” LOL:

Nonsense.

Comments (45)
  1. Sneakiest peak of all time!

  2. “After seeing this trailer for the trailer, I have hunger pangs for The Hunger Games. WHEN DO WE EAT!?” — Ben Lyons

  3. I love young adult fiction!

  4. #HungerGames #vma2011 # MTV #Swag

  5. I would comment on this, but then I’d have to admit that I’m a grown man who knows things about The Hunger Games which, being a grown man with a wife and a bald spot and occasional back problems, I most certainly do not.

  6. What’s the age cut-off for enjoying these books before I publicly admit to anything incriminating?

  7. haha….I hope everyone turns off the VMAs after that trailer…good job MTV

  8. WHAT the fuck IS this SHIT?

    • You’re absolutely right. What IS this shit, guys?? While we’re over here watching young adult literature film trailers, there are people out there who are suffering.

  9. ABC Wednesday nights this fall! Hunger Games!! Sexy 16 year old, pregnant, 80s hip hop bachelorettes compete one-on-one-on-one-on-one in competitions mostly involving eating animals’ testicles. Last one to be hungry wins the plastic surgery makeover of a lifetime before her date with ABC’s The Bachelor.

  10. needs more caps lock

  11. I love that while looking at this page I was told both of Disney’s Prom movie coming out on DVD and Kohl’s back to school sales. Mostly because I had been very curious about both!

  12. I seriously do not get the hate about this. They’re decently-written books, they’re not Twilight (a sweat-soaked fever dream the author has about sex with her husband, apparently). Yes, they are classified as Young Adult literature, but as far as I can tell from having read them, that’s largely because the protagonist is a teen and there’s a little bit more obviousness in the symbolism and the exposition.

    Plus, I figure if I read Portnoy’s Complaint when I was 13 then I can read Hunger Games now that I’m 31.

    • I’ll back you on this. Gobbled them up in three days. I expected them to be fun, and ended up genuinely impressed by the maturity and depth of the arc. Could’ve toned down the boy drama subplot a smidge, but otherwise.

    • I’ve never read the Twilight books, but I’ve seen the first movie and The Hunger Games seem alot better to me just based on that little bit of input. I mean, there a teen protagonist but that’s kind of the whole point of the books, the government flexing their power by stealing away the citizens children. They wouldn’t be as effective otherwise. I didn’t realize the apparent stigma of reading these before getting them on my very serious adult kindle.

    • I’M CURIOUS, and I don’t MEAN THIS negatively: what BOOKS do you READ?

      • Me? I read almost anything–I’ve always been a voracious reader. These days I mostly read non-fiction, because I’m more into history, but I’ve always been a sucker for the traditional “classics”. Plus I read everything my hippie mom had on her bookshelf when I was a kid–One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, etc.

        (BTW, I’m posting as The Young Lucille, but if you look at my author page, you’ll see that I’m Baby Friday. So at the very least you know that I read Never Let Me Go!)

      • I know this wasn’t addressed to me, but are you asking in a way to find out the context? Like, are the books good when compared to a normal reading list of young adult or fluff? Well, the answer to that is yes. But also, I personally am a compulsive reader and my mom’s a librarian, so I read across the entire spectrum. In fifth grade my favorite authors were John Irving and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, but in high school I became addicted to ripped bodice paperbacks. Recent favorites of mine are Haven Kimmel and Gary Shteyngart. I followed up reading the Hunger Games with “Putin’s Russia” by Anna Politkovskaya. Literary snobbery is ridiculous to me, and I’ll give pretty much anything a chance.

      • Oh you know, pretty much anything (besides rap and country.)

    • i haven’t read mockingjay yet, but i finished the each of the other two in one sitting. Very well written stuff. Better than the Giver and Ender’s Game, which I would say are good comparisons in terms of style (teenage dystopian?).

      I am really wondering how they’re going to handle the violence, because there were quite a few times that I felt a little queasy even just reading it.

      Anyway, count me as a grownup who likes the series.

      • Finally someone mentions the violence. I was grossed out as well–perhaps my imagination is too vivid, but there’s not much you can do to soften images of, say, someone coughing up blood after someone throws a spear into his chest? Mockingjay doesn’t get any better in that regard. I felt shortchanged in the ratio of nauseating violence to underdeveloped characters. I must admit the woman knows how to move a plot along at a very addictive pace, even if I wound up not caring much about the protagonist in the end.

        Nonetheless, I l kind of want to write “GABE TRAILER-TRAILER” on my jeans now.

  13. Finally someone mentions the violence. I was grossed out as well–perhaps my imagination is too vivid, but there’s not much you can do to soften images of, say, someone coughing up blood after someone throws a spear into his chest? Mockingjay doesn’t get any better in that regard. I felt shortchanged in the ratio of nauseating violence to underdeveloped characters. I must admit the woman knows how to move a plot along at a very addictive pace, even if I wound up not caring much about the protagonist in the end.

    Nonetheless, l kind of want to write “GABE TRAILER-TRAILER” on my jeans now.

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