Vanity Fair decided to have a little fun with the Lunar Eclipse that happened.
This morning, around 3 a.m. E.S.T., much of North America dragged themselves out of bed to glimpse a terribly inconvenient lunar eclipse. By all accounts, the moon appeared round, and the sky dark. To be fair: our dispassionate recapitulation of today’s celestial phenomenon does not reflect the fervor expressed on Twitter and in the nation’s newspapers for the lunar eclipse. It’s an excitement and intensity that, in our opinion, appears to be completely independent of the quality of the spectacle itself. In fact, the incessant frenzy recalls the fanaticism surrounding the year’s other significant eclipse: the third installation of the Twilight movie series. See if you can tell whether each viewer comment describes the lunar eclipse or Twilight: Eclipse.
A. “heavenly show”
B. “an amazing sight”
C. “Hands the whole time and cried and omfg. This isn’t real”
D. “It’s absolutely magnificent”
E. “This is incredible”
F. “fucking incredible”
G. “Just f****** incredible”
H. “If you haven't seen one you must it’s hard to describe”
I. “the stars appeared brighter”
J. “a bright flash”
K. “moderately thrilling”
L. “longest, slowest, most boring”
M. “exceedingly boring”
Go here to see if you right!