Never in my life have I waited out on the street to attend an event, and I certainly never spent five days in a tent in the rain waiting for a movie premiere. But that's just what the Twihards are doing in L.A. right now. These kids are nuts.

Tonight The Twilight Saga: Pattinson and Stewart's Competing Pouts Part III premieres in Los Angeles and, as is their wont, the fans of the franchise have set up a tent village outside of the theater. This behavior is actually encouraged by the studio because who doesn't want a rabid fan base and all the free coverage of stories just like this showing how insane they are?

Let's take a look at some of the insanity, shall we?

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Sorry, darling, just cause you're wearing the dress doesn't mean Edward Cullen is going marry you.

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Werewolves are not allowed in this tent. Neither are boys. Except for Edward Cullen.

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Is this Occupy Wall Street or Twilight? Oh, wait. Nevermind.

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Moms: still embarrassing.

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Is that a giant umbrella or a really tiny lady?

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I didn't realize this was a The Walking Dead convention.

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Look at this yahoo.

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They insisted the permission slip be signed on a Twilight poster.

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On the Twilight premiere black market a tissue containing one of Kellan Lutz' boogers can go for five figures.

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Dear Robert Pattinson, this is a cease and desist notification from David Bowie Industries Inc to force you to stop using his face immediately. If you do not comply, legal action will be taken.

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Guys. Don't.

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This give me a case of the sighs.

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Team Jacob was forced to pack up their belongs and leave the premises immediately.

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Nothing, not even her magic knitting, would bring the Edward Cullen golem to life.

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One of those grannies is about to get a basketball to the dome.

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I have run out of words. And hopefully, they have run out of Sharpees.

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