Edward is confused Bella is horny

To be honest the first time I heard about twilight, thought it was a remake of the ‘Twilight Zone’. This then baffles me why girls were going ‘gaga’ over it. Alas mystery solved coz my own good friend (a guy!) had read Stephenie Meyer’s vampire ‘Twilight’ and quoting him, “it is an epic Vampire love story” Hmm…he’s a vampire and he’s immortal, I’m sure he’s had a few epic love saga.

Anyway…this is not a movie review as I have yet to watch any of the movies but a Sunday filled with nothing better to do than comprehending how a pale white boy who is obviously a vampire could make a girl swoon off her feet before he could get a good bite on her.

The Times praised the book for capturing “perfectly the teenage feeling of sexual tension and alienation”

Publishers Weekly’s starred review described Bella’s “infatuation with outsider Edward”, their risky relationship, and “Edward’s inner struggle” as a metaphor for sexual frustration accompanying adolescence

The Daily Telegraph called the book a “high school drama with a bloody twist …

Mind my selections of only 3 reviews but suffice to say in a nutshell it leads to one’s conclusion that

‘it is about a boy who is confused to either juice her blood out or just juice her out and a girl who learns mortal love ages whereas eternal love can never bore u to death’. Perhaps Megan Fox in Jennifer’s body could give Edward a few lessons i.e. you can enjoy both options whereas Oprah would reconsider taking her show off if Bella would sell exclusive right to the dramas of eternal family issues.

Either way I am not condemning the sanctity of love portrayed in the series but don’t you think it’s a little bit overrated? ‘An Interview with the Vampire’ was a good one though one understands that it is a fact that women have weaker knees hence why it doesn’t take a rugby tackle to bring her down and a graceful tap to their emotion would make her cry a river.

*as for the pic,i think bella needs wolverine

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