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By  Egnar  |  19

Give her what she wants. Start acting emotionless, leave bite marks on her neck and constantly tell her how you guys can no longer be together because your extended family wants you killed. Oh and don't forgot the constant whining and being annoying. If you want to be bold you can also remind her anytime she wants to have sex that blood no longer flows through your body so you're unable to get it up and please her.

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By  Egnar  |  19

Give her what she wants. Start acting emotionless, leave bite marks on her neck and constantly tell her how you guys can no longer be together because your extended family wants you killed. Oh and don't forgot the constant whining and being annoying. If you want to be bold you can also remind her anytime she wants to have sex that blood no longer flows through your body so you're unable to get it up and please her.

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  mynameis1339  |  0

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  abbyelizabeth  |  9

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  Foxy_On_Fire  |  21

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  fthislyfe  |  22

Actually, unlike what you think, women love being with an emotionless guy... I know I'm gonna get thumb downs but it's true... And that's why twilight has millions of fans! P.s: I hate twilight!

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  Mipz  |  2

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  fthislyfe  |  22

Girls don't like to admit they do! But it's a psychological fact. The more you ignore a girl, the more she'll chase you! I've seen thousands of examples!

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  Egnar  |  19

No, 56, tweenage girls like twilight because they mistake it for being romantic. A vampires undying devotion to one girl and the lengths he'll go through to keep her. Girls mistake this for how a guy should treat a girl and they wish "wow I want a guy like Edward" but they don't realize all the flaws Edward has makes him a terrible boyfriend/mate. They're all stuck in this backwards and old school mentality that women are prizes that men need to fight for, but, in this age of strict desire for equality BOTH parties need to fight for each other.

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  fthislyfe  |  22

#74: I agree most twilight fans are teenage girls. But OP's wife isn't a teenager. Plus, many women don't have the guts to say they like twilight, while they do. Maybe you're right, maybe that's not love. But that's what all women secretly want. And Stephanie Meyer (IDK if the spelling is right) knew about it. Girls/women love twilight because Bella was a normal girl not the perfect girl advertised in the media. Women try to be fit, beautiful, etc etc to get men's attention. But Bella has the attention of a very good looking and romantic guy. And that thought is fascinating to them. You can't blame them because that's how they are made (as stupid as it is!). Men don't see why women love Edward's behavior. And that sounds stupid to them. And I can't blame them for that either. Anyway, I repeat: I HATE TWILIGHT! But let's face it. MOST girls (and not all of them) love to be treated that way. Even though it sounds crazy.

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  Egnar  |  19

I haven't read the books - I've seen the first movie [which I understand is a travesty even to the books, as I'm told] because my sister wanted to see it and I felt like being a good sibling [or a bad sibling depending on how you look at it]. I'm not typically the kind of person to chastise something without having experienced it in its entirety but from what I've seen of the first movie, interviews with the writer, trailers and tidbits from the other movies and from one of my best friends who unfortunately recently became twilight obsessed I think I've developed a fairly accurate depiction of the female desires that Stephenie Meyer managed to exploit. I have nothing against the author, mind you, kudos to her and I'm jealous she was able to exploit emotion the way she has to become such a world sensation, but it doesn't mean I approve.

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  bryannab1  |  0

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122's comment made me laugh hysterically ... Thank you. But, overall, Egnar is right: as a potential mate, Edward really sucks. Being a bookworm (and, in this case, a sucker), I've read the books. He constantly leads her on, abandons her when things get tough, involves her in danger and needless intrigue, won't fuck her, and is basically a jackass at all times. But, HELL NO!, she can't pay attention to anyone else!!! Then when he feels she isn't an option after rejecting her, he decides to commit suicide. Yeah. Dream lover, right there. As for the movies, I couldn't get past Kristen Stewart's bad acting and blinding overbite to comment.

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Egnar, you mean that "I can't quite close my thin lips over my horse-teeth, but am trying to be sultry while actually I am befuddled" look? Yeah, she's got that one down stone-cold.

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I read the Twilight books after the first movie came out just because I was intrigued, and I was hoping that the book was better than the movie. Twilight is not a bad series, exactly.. Look at how successful it's been. It would've been better if the author had a half decent editor or had someone else to write the book for her, but it's a cute love story.. kinda. The imprinting thing gets fucking creepy and I think the author has some daddy issues, but it's not as bad as everyone likes to think. The fangirls have made it unbearable.

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  ManicGypsy  |  19

#1, your comment is so right on. Don't forget to tell the OP to wear sparkly glitter any time he's going out in the sun, so he sparkles like a pretty vampire is supposed to. (yeah, that was sarcasm)

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  imnonesbitch  |  4

You really thought out your response, didn't you? I used to be a crazy, vampire-obsessed Twilight fan and I thought their couldn't be any guy in this world who's better than Edward but I started noticing how Bipolar and depressing his character - and mood swings - truly is and I was like, "Why the hell would I wanna date a guy who PMS's more than me?" And, honestly, I could never be with a guy who's prettier than me. I mean, what a blow to my self-esteem. I think most fans are just see what they want to see and all they see is this perfect, gorgeous, romantic, gentlemanly Prince Charming who never swears and has a shitload of money and doesn't care that Bella doesn't look like Megan Fox's twin. Sure it would be nice if all guys turned a blind eye to all our physical faults but then again, they're not fully accepting you, are they? They don't really love you and all your flaws. We have to be realistic. There are hardly any guys in this day and time who even remotely resemble Edward Cullen so, live with it, I would say...

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  ihasbrains  |  10

I've read the books too, and let's be honest...Twilight is not amazing. It is a piece of shit, wasn't written well, and had the most tedious plotline to the entire saga. Nobody should ever have to suffer some delusional fantasy because of Twilight.

By  nerdsgetmehot  |  22

If she wants you to start acting more like Edward, then she must be crazy. I don't see obsessive, stalker-like behavior as romantic. Start watching her sleep and see how romantic she thinks it is.

By  kkatzlove  |  10

Is your wife by chance on acid? Because she'd have to be on something to think twilight is romantic. I mean come on name one romantic thing in twilight?

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