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Posted: 09 December 2009 at 10:40am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Aditi_MJHT

LMAO....that site is like the BEST SITE ever.....ROFLROFL..they have the best anti twilight stuffROFL .....but seriously ...twitards...errr..i mean twihards... are  CREEPY...Wacko ...

one of my friends is CRAZZYY about Mr.disco ball vampire..... one day i told her my opinion about her sparkly boy....she argued with me throughout the lecture and was almost on the verge of crying....LOL.....all this just for a fictional character??....i mean ... even i am a crazy HP fan....but that doesnt mean i should go around... harrassing ppl for NOT liking HP....Stern Smile

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Just read some of the encounters......What The...?? Shocked Shocked ...these ppl are INSANE....Dead ..
i better stay away from the twitards....Ouch

 
I know! I'm a HUGE Potterhead (a name we HP fans came up for ourselves), but I don't go harassing those who don't like it (mind you I haven't met many who don't like HP, everyone likes it). That's just stupid!
 
These people's Karma will bite them in the butt when they least expect it. They deserve it anyway.

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Posted: 09 December 2009 at 10:43am | IP Logged
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LMFAO, I found this video while browsing on YT. No offense to any Twilighter, I just found it hilarious so I'm posting it here :)
 
 
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I was shunned by my best friend for a day because I told her that I was "over the Twilight craze."
It's not as bad compared to the other stories, but I felt kinda awed that this chick would pick Edward and Bella over me. :|
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Posted: 10 December 2009 at 8:57am | IP Logged
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firstly i love Edward, secondly i don't think i'll murder someone for not liking him, you know i really hated harry potter, it was just boring (mind you i think maths, science, and history are interesting), but i don't believe that i will thwart someone for liking it, at these times i wonder why we have genres for books...

BAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA. You hate Harry Potter? BBAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.. but wait you love Twilight? 
BHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHABBAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA.
Ridiculous child.



Now do i have the right to say that potterheads are rude? jee people like you could make me into a potterhater, or whatever it is that you people call it.
Firstly i can't really say i hate harry potter, but is this how rude i will turn out to be?, it's just that i read it from the third book and didn't read a lot just got bored threw it away, (mind you, i did the same with Da Vinci code, and then after some while when i read it, i loved it, i seriously have a weird when i choose things) but twilight's main thing attracting me wasn't entirely Edward's beauty, Edward was depressed who thought nothing of humans and played awesome music (I like Beethoven and Mozart)  and didn't cut himself, but it wasn't Edward i was jumping up and down about, it was the Volturi, i like vampire villains, and Aro's enthusiasm is so funny, i can't believe people regarding him as the leader, but frankly i didn't think the term 'forbidden love' was in twilight, it wasn't so forbidden that the police were after them and the vampire 'police' the Volturi let bella off the hook, jee i would like a few blood spill, ironically with vampires there, i wonder if vampires could become cannibals, anyway i didn't really give it much a thought why i liked twilight, but i learned a lot from twilight, like an exceeding vocabulary, i had a bad, bad vocabulary, and i guess maybe something about vampires, but their love was in nothing 'forbidden' and yes bella even after her transformation couldn't do anything but marvel at Edward (like she's got nothing to do), but i love the Volturi scene in new moon, i would like it more if Stephenie Meyer stretched more into the other vampire world, how Charlisle stay was at the Volturi, and how did the Volturi raise to power, that sort of stuff, i guess i should read Harry potter again. maybe it will turn out something good like how Da Vinci code has ended up.
it was a point of time when i couldn't think of anything but twilight, but when i finished breaking dawn, i just thought it over.. Twilight is defiantly overrated.
I'll get back on the potter business later.

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Posted: 10 December 2009 at 3:53pm | IP Logged
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Now do i have the right to say that potterheads are rude? jee people like you could make me into a potterhater, or whatever it is that you people call it.
Firstly i can't really say i hate harry potter, but is this how rude i will turn out to be?, it's just that i read it from the third book and didn't read a lot just got bored threw it away, (mind you, i did the same with Da Vinci code, and then after some while when i read it, i loved it, i seriously have a weird when i choose things) but twilight's main thing attracting me wasn't entirely Edward's beauty, Edward was depressed who thought nothing of humans and played awesome music (I like Beethoven and Mozart)  and didn't cut himself, but it wasn't Edward i was jumping up and down about, it was the Volturi, i like vampire villains, and Aro's enthusiasm is so funny, i can't believe people regarding him as the leader, but frankly i didn't think the term 'forbidden love' was in twilight, it wasn't so forbidden that the police were after them and the vampire 'police' the Volturi let bella off the hook, jee i would like a few blood spill, ironically with vampires there, i wonder if vampires could become cannibals, anyway i didn't really give it much a thought why i liked twilight, but i learned a lot from twilight, like an exceeding vocabulary, i had a bad, bad vocabulary, and i guess maybe something about vampires, but their love was in nothing 'forbidden' and yes bella even after her transformation couldn't do anything but marvel at Edward (like she's got nothing to do), but i love the Volturi scene in new moon, i would like it more if Stephenie Meyer stretched more into the other vampire world, how Charlisle stay was at the Volturi, and how did the Volturi raise to power, that sort of stuff, i guess i should read Harry potter again. maybe it will turn out something good like how Da Vinci code has ended up.
it was a point of time when i couldn't think of anything but twilight, but when i finished breaking dawn, i just thought it over.. Twilight is defiantly overrated.
I'll get back on the potter business later.
 
No you don't, because we do not hate "Twilighters (or whatever you call the normal non- violent fans", we hate Twihards, and there's a difference. Twilighters are normal fans who like the series but don't become violent towards people who don't (am happy to say that most if not all people in this forum are Twilighters, hope it stays this way), but Twihards are those who take drastic actions against those who say something against Twilight (like the stories you read in the first post of this topic).
 
Just because someone is a Twilighter doesn't mean he/she isn't a HPian (a better sounding name than Potterhead), and vice versa. Just became a HPian doesn't like Twilight doesn't give you the right to hate HP, which is a totally different book from Twilight to like or dislike it without reading.
 
You said you started from the 3rd HP book, which isn't really a good place to start. It's like someone started the Twilight series on New Moon and didn't read the rest because they didn't like it. Start from the 1st one and read all 7 before giving a judgment on HP, same for those who haven't read Twilight. Read all 4 before giving a judgment on the series, you'll be surprised to see how different (if so) your opinions may be.
 
If I only read the 3rd book of HP, I probably wouldn't think much of it either (though the 3rd book is my fav out of the series (after Deathly Hallows), mind you), because the real substance of the series begins from the 4th book where it gets darker and more evil enters the storyline. The first three Harry Potter books basically initiate you into the magical world of Harry and his friends, and characters who will later become beloved to you are introduced in the first three books. The plot itself, though seeming to be unimportant, leads up to a lot of important events later on in the series, especially in Deathly Hallows. I mean, who would have thought that the Riddle Diary in Chamber of Secrets would turn out to be a Horcrux in the 6th book?
 
So to truly learn to appreciate HP and love it, you must read all 7 books in order. I think that's true for any series actually. Without knowing the whole story, it's not fair to come up with a judgment.

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And to give people an understanding of why we don't like Edward Cullen/Twilight, I'll at least give my perspective. I can't talk for others but this is how I feel.
 
I have no problem with Twilight as a series itself, neither do I have a problem with Stephenie Meyer as an author. We can't rule out the fact that though her writing may be amateur, it does contain some kind of substance since it attracted many people.
 
The reason I do not like Edward Cullen is not because he's a character with no flaws or that he's perfect. I don't know why people complain so much about faultless characters in fiction, since that's what it is...fiction. There's nothing wrong with Stephenie Meyer writing about her dream guy and not giving him faults. It's her story, she can write about what kind of people she wants. Heck, I love characters in other fictions who critics label as "faultless" and "too perfect to be true", who doesn't want to read about a perfect guy from time to time?
 
But (don't think by my rant that I like Edward by the way...I don't. If anything, I'm Team Jacob)....it's Edward's wrong actions which are not only condoned by the author, but praised instead that tick me off. SM made him stalk Bella at night and watch her sleep...which is plain creepy creepy creepy. And is Bella disturbed by that? Of course not, because that's just so dreamy.Ermm And his over-dominating attitude, over-protectiveness, and the way he bosses Bella around all indicate that there's a possibility he'll become abusive in the future. This is not only unhealthy boyfriend material, but should be condemned by the author in the form of other characters' criticisms. Does that happen? No. That clearly means that Edward's attitude should be taken as the norm for the ideal boyfriend, since SM herself says she wrote Edward to get across to her audience the perfect guy.
 
And Jacob on the other hand...he had great potential to outshine all the others in the story. New Moon actually became interesting to read because of him. His background, the history about werewolves, and his friends (who were really interesting by the way) all made the storyline normal for once, but once SM realized that Jacob's real personality would outshine her Edward's, she had to use the easy way out to make him the "bad guy", and ultimately ruined her story again.
 
Sorry guys, but if you haven't noticed by now, I don't like Twilight very much because SM ruined Jacob's character, and if you haven't noticed by my rant, I'm Team Jacob if I have to be Team something. Edward just makes me so annoyed.
 
One main reason I like Harry Potter over Twilight: Harry Potter's morals are easy to relate to because they're closer to the morals taught in my culture than Twilight. HP talks about how good will always triumph over evil, and how true love does not make one selfish that they ignore others in life (*cough* *cough* Bella), and how friendship, trust, loyalty, and love (in all forms) are more important than our own interests. I'm sorry, but HP reminds me of Ramayan and Mahabharat, which are very close to my heart, in its morals and intricate storyline, while Twilight goes away from them and everything I've learned in my culture. I can't learn to love a book which teaches me to be selfish in love.
 
Are there any Team Jacob's here?

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Originally posted by _LalithaJanaki_

And to give people an understanding of why we don't like Edward Cullen/Twilight, I'll at least give my perspective. I can't talk for others but this is how I feel.
 
I have no problem with Twilight as a series itself, neither do I have a problem with Stephenie Meyer as an author. We can't rule out the fact that though her writing may be amateur, it does contain some kind of substance since it attracted many people.
 
The reason I do not like Edward Cullen is not because he's a character with no flaws or that he's perfect. I don't know why people complain so much about faultless characters in fiction, since that's what it is...fiction. There's nothing wrong with Stephenie Meyer writing about her dream guy and not giving him faults. It's her story, she can write about what kind of people she wants. Heck, I love characters in other fictions who critics label as "faultless" and "too perfect to be true", who doesn't want to read about a perfect guy from time to time?
 
But (don't think by my rant that I like Edward by the way...I don't. If anything, I'm Team Jacob)....it's Edward's wrong actions which are not only condoned by the author, but praised instead that tick me off. SM made him stalk Bella at night and watch her sleep...which is plain creepy creepy creepy. And is Bella disturbed by that? Of course not, because that's just so dreamy.Ermm And his over-dominating attitude, over-protectiveness, and the way he bosses Bella around all indicate that there's a possibility he'll become abusive in the future. This is not only unhealthy boyfriend material, but should be condemned by the author in the form of other characters' criticisms. Does that happen? No. That clearly means that Edward's attitude should be taken as the norm for the ideal boyfriend, since SM herself says she wrote Edward to get across to her audience the perfect guy.
 
And Jacob on the other hand...he had great potential to outshine all the others in the story. New Moon actually became interesting to read because of him. His background, the history about werewolves, and his friends (who were really interesting by the way) all made the storyline normal for once, but once SM realized that Jacob's real personality would outshine her Edward's, she had to use the easy way out to make him the "bad guy", and ultimately ruined her story again.
 
Sorry guys, but if you haven't noticed by now, I don't like Twilight very much because SM ruined Jacob's character, and if you haven't noticed by my rant, I'm Team Jacob if I have to be Team something. Edward just makes me so annoyed.
 
One main reason I like Harry Potter over Twilight: Harry Potter's morals are easy to relate to because they're closer to the morals taught in my culture than Twilight. HP talks about how good will always triumph over evil, and how true love does not make one selfish that they ignore others in life (*cough* *cough* Bella), and how friendship, trust, loyalty, and love (in all forms) are more important than our own interests. I'm sorry, but HP reminds me of Ramayan and Mahabharat, which are very close to my heart, in its morals and intricate storyline, while Twilight goes away from them and everything I've learned in my culture. I can't learn to love a book which teaches me to be selfish in love.
 
Are there any Team Jacob's here?
 
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I agree with all of the points you have written above but the only one I don't agree with is that it doesn't matter if Edward is perfect. It DOES matter to me. Even though I know it's a fictional character but still there has to be something in him that I can relate with and the thing that ticks me off the most is HE IS SO NOT PERFECT and his fans annoy me with rant about his perfectnessOuch. There are just too many things out that there that he does that makes him no where close to being perfect. A perfect person WOULD NOT be stalking a girl who is almost a century younger than him no matter what the circustances are. It's his stalkerish ways that put me off him completely and the fact that so many people believe it's romantic the way he watches her sleep at nightDeadDeadDead I am sorry but that thought completely sickens meDeadDeadDead I don't see anything romantic in a stranger watching you sleep at night. I would have held the same opinion even if it was Jacob who was stalking her this way. And the reason Meyer doesn't point this out to be wrong completely bewilders me and makes me hate her as an author because she justifies his stalkerish ways. Furthermore, she RUINS Jacob's character. I am sorry but him imprinting a new born is something that I cannot digest. That is completely sickDeadDeadDead Acceptance of such behaviour of these twilight characters truly make me question SM's personality herselfStern Smile

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Originally posted by Angelic_J

Originally posted by _LalithaJanaki_

And to give people an understanding of why we don't like Edward Cullen/Twilight, I'll at least give my perspective. I can't talk for others but this is how I feel.
 
I have no problem with Twilight as a series itself, neither do I have a problem with Stephenie Meyer as an author. We can't rule out the fact that though her writing may be amateur, it does contain some kind of substance since it attracted many people.
 
The reason I do not like Edward Cullen is not because he's a character with no flaws or that he's perfect. I don't know why people complain so much about faultless characters in fiction, since that's what it is...fiction. There's nothing wrong with Stephenie Meyer writing about her dream guy and not giving him faults. It's her story, she can write about what kind of people she wants. Heck, I love characters in other fictions who critics label as "faultless" and "too perfect to be true", who doesn't want to read about a perfect guy from time to time?
 
But (don't think by my rant that I like Edward by the way...I don't. If anything, I'm Team Jacob)....it's Edward's wrong actions which are not only condoned by the author, but praised instead that tick me off. SM made him stalk Bella at night and watch her sleep...which is plain creepy creepy creepy. And is Bella disturbed by that? Of course not, because that's just so dreamy.Ermm And his over-dominating attitude, over-protectiveness, and the way he bosses Bella around all indicate that there's a possibility he'll become abusive in the future. This is not only unhealthy boyfriend material, but should be condemned by the author in the form of other characters' criticisms. Does that happen? No. That clearly means that Edward's attitude should be taken as the norm for the ideal boyfriend, since SM herself says she wrote Edward to get across to her audience the perfect guy.
 
And Jacob on the other hand...he had great potential to outshine all the others in the story. New Moon actually became interesting to read because of him. His background, the history about werewolves, and his friends (who were really interesting by the way) all made the storyline normal for once, but once SM realized that Jacob's real personality would outshine her Edward's, she had to use the easy way out to make him the "bad guy", and ultimately ruined her story again.
 
Sorry guys, but if you haven't noticed by now, I don't like Twilight very much because SM ruined Jacob's character, and if you haven't noticed by my rant, I'm Team Jacob if I have to be Team something. Edward just makes me so annoyed.
 
One main reason I like Harry Potter over Twilight: Harry Potter's morals are easy to relate to because they're closer to the morals taught in my culture than Twilight. HP talks about how good will always triumph over evil, and how true love does not make one selfish that they ignore others in life (*cough* *cough* Bella), and how friendship, trust, loyalty, and love (in all forms) are more important than our own interests. I'm sorry, but HP reminds me of Ramayan and Mahabharat, which are very close to my heart, in its morals and intricate storyline, while Twilight goes away from them and everything I've learned in my culture. I can't learn to love a book which teaches me to be selfish in love.
 
Are there any Team Jacob's here?
 
Wolfgirl here YoCoolCool 
 
I agree with all of the points you have written above but the only one I don't agree with is that it doesn't matter if Edward is perfect. It DOES matter to me. Even though I know it's a fictional character but still there has to be something in him that I can relate with and the thing that ticks me off the most is HE IS SO NOT PERFECT and his fans annoy me with rant about his perfectnessOuch. There are just too many things out that there that he does that makes him no where close to being perfect. A perfect person WOULD NOT be stalking a girl who is almost a century younger than him no matter what the circustances are. It's his stalkerish ways that put me off him completely and the fact that so many people believe it's romantic the way he watches her sleep at nightDeadDeadDead I am sorry but that thought completely sickens meDeadDeadDead I don't see anything romantic in a stranger watching you sleep at night. I would have held the same opinion even if it was Jacob who was stalking her this way. And the reason Meyer doesn't point this out to be wrong completely bewilders me and makes me hate her as an author because she justifies his stalkerish ways. Furthermore, she RUINS Jacob's character. I am sorry but him imprinting a new born is something that I cannot digest. That is completely sickDeadDeadDead Acceptance of such behaviour of these twilight characters truly make me question SM's personality herselfStern Smile
 
Yeah, I too agree that he's not perfect, but I was speaking to those fans who think he's God or something. I mean, I've seen people literally worship Edward and the books as the 'modern day bible' or something and that's just going too far. I was trying to make a point that even if he was perfect, the so called "morals" of the story greatly decrease any other value the story might have.
 
And I too hated how SM twisted Jacob's character to make Edward look better. Some of my friends who are Twilight fans tried to "explain" the whole imprinting thing and why "it's not so disgusting", but I'm sorry, I still don't agree with them. Renesmee's life-partner has basically been decided for her before she has the ability to make the decision for herself, and that's just plain wrong.
 
If SM didn't want Jacob to outshine Edward, she shouldn't have created him. It was just stupid how she distorted his character to make Edward'd unforgiveable characteristics "forgivable".

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