I knw that many of bạn hv read the sách and watched the Harry Potter series. At first, I liked it very much, but later on, it got really boring to the point I had to force myself to watch tthe phim chiếu rạp and read the books. I know that I don't "have" to force myself to do anything, but there was no other way to spend my holidays. One of my friends, who is a Potter người hâm mộ recommended this series to me and gave me all the phim chiếu rạp and books. I finished đọc all the phim chiếu rạp and also finished đọc all the books. At the end, I was really disappointed.
A werewolf, bởi most common lore, is a human that has been bitten bởi another werewolf, so đã đưa ý kiến human transforms into a werewolf at full moon. Remus Lupin is a prime example for the fact that we know he was bitten bởi Fenrir Greyback, a notorious werewolf. Jacob Black is another được ưa chuộng example but I will break that down later in this article. First a VERY important thing bạn must know is that a werewolf isn't aware of his hoặc her doing while in werewolf form. Remus Lupin was required to leave school grounds every full moon, so he is a true werewolf. Jacob Black, however, is completely aware of...
*I used to like Twilight until I started really đọc it and it seemed like the thêm I heard hoặc read into it, the thêm negative things I would find. This is coming from an unbiased point of view; Me being a người hâm mộ of Harry Potter has nothing to do with my opinion.
Why I hate Twilight and think it is a bad example of love: • Bella is incredibly disrespectful, insensitive, and rude to her own parents. She even calls them bởi their first names. She thinks her dad is a ‘dumb*** and constantly says he can’t look after himself and she calls her...
twilight and harry potter do not mix im sorry people but know twilightbis the classic romance between a human/bella and vampire/Edward and harry potter is a action fighting movie so im am truly sorry i am a twilight crazzy if bạn want to know thêm go onto my page and right good/bad comments as usly i finish my bài viết with a song so here it gose toxic song britny spears
Baby, can't bạn see I'm calling A guy like bạn should wear a warning It's dangerous
I honestly don't hate, dislike, like hoặc tình yêu Twilight. It's just neutral with me. I never really had any problem with it until I saw an bài viết saying that Harry Potter copied Twilight. The person who wrote it also went so far as to say that J.K. Rowling is ugly and that Stephenie Meyer is the pretty one. It just irked me, because the looks don't even matter (they're both equal too) and it's not a valid point.
She đã đưa ý kiến something about Sirius Black being copied from Jacob Black - who is commonly described as a big chó sói, sói in his werewolf form. And Sirius (she spelled it as 'Serious'....
Let's just get this straight before bạn go harping on my bài viết because I'm a Twitard. Because I'm not. I'm just getting a little sick of Bella thiên nga being called "too perfect". She's perfect about to the extent that I am a Twilight fan. Which is to say, not at all.
OK, Let me tell bạn a story about a REAL Mary-Sue.
Once upon a time, there was a girl named Công chúa Anastasia B. Ana was in 6th grade, she was tiny for the age of ten (she skipped kindergarten), she was absolutely adorable, and she was in Gifted and 7th grade math. Boys all loved her, and she could...
All credits go to Das_Mervin's sporking of the Twilight series: link
I just wanted to cut out this snippet and paste it here because I completely agree here. There is no being that's invincible, no matter how unnecessarily overpowered bạn make them. ---------------------------------------------------- Meyer thinks that humans are limited to two types of weapons: súng and slow-moving bombs. Oh, Meyer. bạn silly, silly bitch. There is one thing that we humans have been...
Logical reasons... why Harry Potter v.s Twilight
Hi! I'm Cinnominbubble and I have noticed the war between fandoms have been going on for a while with no clear outcome. There is a reason to this-We are stubborn. Twihards want to stick up for Stephanie Meyer, whilst Potterheads want to do the same for J. K. Rowling. But, I have noticed something. Many of our reasonings aren't exactly logical. I mean, not to be offensive, some of our strongest points are downright idiotic!(from both sides) I'd like to come up with some smarter...