Seeing as how she is my bff, I happen to know that two of Jenny Jerkface's favorite things in the whole wide world are Twilight and Sweet-Tarts*. And now, viola! They have been brought together in some sort of semi-unholy matrimony. If she is extra-super-duper-nice, I might even share [side note: I don't really even like Sweet-Tarts]!
I happened across the lone remaining box of special Twilight-edition Sweethearts when I stopped at Blockbuster on my way home from work today (my heart also went pitter-patter as I walked past the entire shelf of Twilight DVD mock-ups they have made just to taunt me). Although I saw them, left the store without them, and then returned ten minutes later to make the purchase (I have issues with outing my Twitardedness), I probably would have bought more than one box if they had been available. There are supposed to be three different packages out there, after all. But apparently, some like-minded crazy Twitarder came along and bought [almost] the entire case the second they hit the shelf earlier today. Either that or she was an eBay seller; we'll just never know for sure.
Sadly, I don't think any of the hearts read "Say it!", which is a glaring omission imho. I may be forced to draw my own.
*It has been brought to my attention by both JJ and DH that "Sweet-Tarts" and "Sweethearts" are actually two different candies made by two different companies and they have slightly different attributes. My bad. This possibility crossed my mind - fleetingly - but my knowledge of candy is limited mainly to the chocolate sphere. Considering one of the aforementioned people has near-encyclopedic knowledge of all things sugar-based, I should have fact-checked (I won't name names, but one of you would snort Pixie Stix for lunch if you didn't think it would cause a commotion).