greeneggs wrote:babygirlk11 wrote:meganj924 wrote:Eeeek definitely. Edward is unbelievably creepy. I mean honestly-- he was breaking into her room to watch her sleep before they were even together. I read that part of Twilight and was just like, "OMG CREEPY STALKER MAN GET AWAY GET AWAY!". It's one thing to watch someone sleep if you are actually in a relationship with that person, but he wasn't even in a relationship with her. They weren't even friends or anything. It was just... creepy. And his overprotectiveness and possessiveness is just creepy. The obsession they have with each other is just weird.Alpha_Wolf wrote:I whole heartly agree, with everyone who doesn't like Edward or Bella.
Bella, I hate her so freaking much. I seriously wanted to just yell out WTF, when I heard that Bella was supposed to be a normal teenage girl that girls could relate to. I do not in any way shape or form relate to bella except for the fact that she likes to read and is smart, book smart, that is. I have an attitude and no boy has the nerve to tell me what to do. She does what Edward says more than she obeys her father. I also hate the "One look in his eyes, and I knew there nothing I could deny him". The scene when she was trying to push Edward into having sex with her was disgusting.
I also find it repulsive that she's willing to up everything just for a boy.
Edward, I have no idea why all of you people like him. He doesn't appeal to me at all. His personality is super creepy, he's supper cheesy, like out of a cheap romance novel, and is boring with no personality (same goes for bella). People say that Jacob is manipulative and he is kind of, but he certainly isn't the only one. Edward is too. I think that the Jacob loves bella thing started when she "turned on the charm" to get him to tell her the tribal stories, in her pathetic attempt to flirt. That was a form of manuplation, to me.
meganj924- I am the same way. When I'm reading the Edward and Bella parts (too many by the way), I have to use real will power to keep myself from chucking the book at a wall, or at somebody.
I hated the scene where she was trying to talk Edward into having sex... I felt like I was intruding on some private moment or something. I just felt kind of awkward. Talking about sex doesn't freak me out, but I just felt weird reading their dialog about it.
When he watched her sleep it wasnt creepy. He was just curious about her. I mean come on when it explains wat happens to him when shes close by wouldnt you be curious? I mean he's been on this world for almost 110 years and nothing like this has ever happened to him before....I mean dang he didnt watch her take her clothes off or anything.......just while she slept. There was no harm done.
Curiousity does not prevent creepy.
there's a dude who sneaks into your room when you're sleeping. You can honestly say you're not creeped out? Because that kind of screams pervert.
if Edward is a pervert then why does he not want to sleep with her til after their married?