“According to National Geographic, the Trixie stereotype describes a “blond, late-twenties woman with a ponytail who works in PR or marketing, drives a black Jetta, gets manicures and no-foam skim lattes.”Trixies typically also have a small dog (a pug, puggle or shiba inu) and know all of the other neighborhood dog owners by their dogs name.”— The Wikipedia entry on Trixie. I can’t believe there’s a Wikipedia entry about this. Also, aren’t these girls just preppy? Or am I showing my age?
Robert Pattinson:I feel really sorry for him. I remember seeing this at the premiere, and I was talking to people afterwards and just going like, “It’s like the most depressing story in the world. You got this little guy coming around with his shirt off all the time. It’s so close to reality, that there’s always some punk who wants to get up in your business all the time.”
Kristen Stewart: What are you talking about?
Pattinson: What are you talking about?
Stewart: How is this related to your reality?
Pattinson: [Laughs] And girls can never understand it. Literally, you can only talk to guys about it ’cause girls never get it. Girls are like, “Why? I should be able to do whatever I want.” [Both laugh] And the guy’s like, “But I’m in love with you. You’re supposed to, like, respect that.” It’s like you can’t just keep going off with the naked guy all the time. If I started hanging out with girls with their boobs out all the time, then you just would not like it. [Long pause] Booobs!
Stewart: [Laughs] Are you drunk right now, seriously?
Pattinson: I’m so tired.
Stewart: You have like a pack of Heineken next to you. I know it.
Pattinson: I don’t. I have to drive.
Stewart: I don’t know if that’s such a good idea.
Pattinson: I’m not drinking, I swear to God. I’m just sitting in a room by myself. It’s so easy to go nuts.