I really don't remember where I saw it. I didn't go looking for it, if that's what you're thinking. But I did see it, and I'll show you what it looked like in a moment.
But first, when I saw it, I wondered if the ladies from GFY would get a hold of it, and they did. And what they said about it is pretty much the funniest Twilight parody I've read yet, and I include Eric D. Snider's version in that assessment.
"So, after careful consideration of approximately three minutes, I've decided Twilight would work a lot better for me on ice. Think about it: Pairs figure skating, much like the book itself, is all about melodrama, separation and reunion, and invading each others' personal space in a sexually unsatisfying way. All of Edward's condescending yearning and stalking would be way more fun if he were doing it while flitting about the rink in puffy shirts and tight trousers, tossing off triple Axels of romantic angst and throwing Bella into the air before catching her with one hand (subtext: "You must not love me BUT I LOVE YOU but stay away BUT NOT TOO FAR AWAY let me stare at you NO I MUSTN'T but I will LET ME TOE-LOOP MY FEELINGS don't look at me EXCEPT DO I am dangerous TIME TO SPARKLE"). Meanwhile, boring Bella, who in the text generally just repeats herself ad nauseum about how Edward's face/chest/voice/muscles/eyes/lips/piano talent/strength/secret macrame projects are more beautiful and perfect than anything in the human realm, could spend the rest of the time enacting a metaphor for her inner monologue by spinning over and over again until Edward rescues her from herself. Throw in some multicolored spotlights and the whole thing is practically begging for an Olympic ice-skating duo to reinterpret it at the Vancouver 2010 games.They also made fun of some of the Twilight movie posters a while back. Somewhere in one of those posts, they (I think it's two women, and I don't know which one it was) confessed that they actually did like the books, but still felt compelled to mock them. That's a phenomenon I've seen time and time again with the Twilight series: even people who profess to hate them still read them all, sometimes compulsively. There's something unusual in that, and I hope that someday, someone other than me does some research to substantiate my casual observation.
Apparently Kristen Stewart is way ahead of me on this."
Anyway, this is just another example of how it's OK to make fun of something you love, as long as you're accurate and hilarious about it.