It really brightens my heart to see kids putting things they read, in books, to use (Translation: forgetting where books end and reality begins). I have two really great examples (Of kids letting down their generations and family's). First, did you know Quidditch is a real sport now (For those of you who don't know what Quidditch is, rest peacefully in that fact)? Yep, they even have an International Quidditch Association, and 150 colleges and 100 high schools partake in this "sport" (Great...). These "athletes" (Nerds) run around with broomsticks between there legs (They literally have to or anything they do doesn't count). Now, of course broomsticks can't fly (Fingers crossed that someday they will, though), but they do what they can to play the "sport" (Run around looking like retards with broomsticks between their legs? Oh my word, I just summed up the whole Harry Potter series!). My next example is equally as heart warming (??). In a school in Texas awesomely cool kids are dressing as werewolves (Why are there no Werecats? I mean come on, you can sleep all the time, eat, play with a toy ball filled with catnip and then go on a catnip induced ransacking of some towns...werewolves can't do that)...oh, where was I? Right, werewolves in Texas schools. They wear those contacts that make you look like you have demon eyes, they have "fangs" and to top it off they wear tails (They don't even get "nerd," they just go straight to "mentally insane"). They travel in packs of 20, or so, students (They really call themselves packs!). A pack leader from a school, 15 year old Deikitsen "Lupus" Manley (Lupus? Is that his nickname? Come on, really? Go with your last name, it's literally Manley, don't stick with a sickness for a nickname), says (In his infinite, high school wisdom of living for 15 years) "Human wolves have been around a lot longer than characters in Twilight." Straight from the wolfman's mouth (Although on a good note, we can now start up torch wielding wolfman hunting parties to find and get rid of them...that is until a joint ACLU/PETA coalition steps up to stop us. Then we'll have to answer for why we don't have more animals or Persians (look at that, it's a running joke now) in our hunting party).
Disclaimer: I have never read, and never intend to read, or see Twilight and any of the subsequent Twilight related crap that gets put out. That is all.