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  RedPillSucks  |  34

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  sens3sfailing  |  18

take the love triangle out of twighlight, you have a story about a place where it rains a lot. take the love triangle out of the hunger games, you have a story about a girl trying to survive being killed on tv.

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No, if you take the love triangle out of Twilight you'd still have vampires vs. werewolves; an underground hierarchy of vampires that one particularly special clan of vampires have to fight and resist. There's also much more... Yes it's a tad sappy but there is a good story behind the romance.

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  _wraith  |  18

Technically, the "werewolves" are only there because the Cullens stayed longer than average in Forks, causing the shifter blood to become prominent enough for them to change. The only reasons the Cullens stayed/returned to Forks was for Bella and her safety. Also, the Volturi didn't really care about the existence of the Cullens (more aptly; Edward and Alice) until Edward travels to Italy in a mislead attempt to end his life. Without Bella he would never had reason to seek suicide via the Volturi, who would never have a reason to enter the Cullens' lives. So a more apt description would be "everything would be fine and dandy if not for Bella." Which is the purpose of a Mary Sue - no one has anything remotely interesting going on in their lives outside of Bella.

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  _wraith  |  18

I read the books so I would now what I was ripping on, rather than jump in the bandwagon with everyone else to hate on the latest fad. I'll be honest - I enjoyed the first one. After that it went right down hill and became increasingly laughable.

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  calibabe0321  |  18

35 please don't compare The Hunger Games to Twilight. The Hunger Games is a story about a distopia and the spirit of rebellion that cannot be killed even by the strongest suppressions, Twilight is a story about a suicidal teenager who falls in love with a sparkly vampire and a dog.

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  DrunkButterfly  |  18

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  screenager5  |  18

71- no. just no. it's actually too STUPID for most people. the writing was so awful, cliché, simple and repetitive that literally anyone could read the books without a problem. you don't have to have more than a couple of brain cells to comprehend that it's just a shitty story about a boring, lifeless, brainless teenager; a bunch of sparkly, smelly vampires who play baseball during storms; and pedophile shape-shifters.

By  BubbleGrunge  |  26

Well, call him back and tell him to meet you for lunch. Then, you can discus your future together and the responsibility of moving in together! Also, texting is a way of life theses days, don't take it too personally OP. Maybe he thought you were busy or something! Also, that's how I moved out of my house; my parents were talking of kicking my out and I took it upon myself to grow up and take responsibility! Also, sorry for the novel!

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  Catkam623  |  26

But it's the way he did it by saying he got kicked out and then asking her implying the only reason he did it is because he's too broke to afford one on his own

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  SammyS2012  |  26

Couples are supposed to support each other. Him needing a new house is a good reason to move in together (if you see a future with him and you're serious about your relationship). So what? He's nothing romantic about everything he does... Honestly, why do you have to be romantic about moving in together? "Oh honey, you know I love you and I think we should move in together to consummate our love!" Not everything has to be like a marriage proposal. If you were willing to move with him, why does it matter the way he said it?

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  graphicstyle7  |  34

Really? Er... I'm guessing you are a young person to say that. SO WHAT if he asked "one of his buddies". Actually, that would be much better. YOU DON'T move in during what I am assuming is a "romantic" relationship because of money!!!! Because the assumption is that one thing will lead to another, you will get comfy with paying the bills together, etc... and with this very apathetic and non-in-love attitude? Well, you could waste years with someone (I have, have known many others who have done so as well) when you COULD and SHOULD of been out trying to find someone who is not lukewarm about you and genuinely cares.

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  MrMeaner88  |  22

What's wrong with sharing the rent? Are women not supposed to work and have everything provided for them by men their whole lives or something like that? Also, if the boyfriend lives (or lived) with his parents, then OP probably lives with her parents too. So yes, OP, stay where you are. Don't grow up and move out, it's a trap!

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  MrMeaner88  |  22

Maybe, but i dont think that it necessarilly means that he is "using her for rent." He was probably comfortable living with his parents because he's still young and it was convienent. Not everyone has to pack up and move out on their 18th birthday. Now that his life circumstance has changed, it gave him the kick in the butt he needed to "grow up." Ya, it sounds kinda desperate, but being in a desperate situation doesn't mean that he is a totall ass and will just use people close to him to survive. He loved her enough for OP to stay with him while he lived with his folks, and he loves her enough to want to get a place with her, as opposed to getting a place with a buddy. Moving in with a girlfriend/boyfriend is a big step and indicates at least a little commitment, to me at least.

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  your_face  |  22

There's a difference between, "I got kicked out, as long as I'm getting a new place, do you want to move in together?" and "Got kicked out. Wanna get a flat or something?" The first means he actually wants to live with her. The second implies that he hasn't taken this decision seriously, and probably won't take as much responsibility as he should. If OP moved in with him she'd probably be paying most of the rent. Of course, I don't know OP or her boyfriend; I just know people. OP's boyfriend got kicked out for a reason, and I'm willing to bet that reason wasn't him being too responsible or too productive.

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  perdix  |  37

#31, the phone smashing clearly illustrates her rejection of his attempted mooch. When he asks why she hadn't responded to his further texts or calls, she can truthfully say that her phone broke.

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