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Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:30 pm
by TwiHardPotterFan
oh and no matter what anyone says you just know that make me wanna die by the pretty reckless is twilight related

[Verse 1]
Take me I'm alive
Never was a girl with a wicked mind
But everything looks better when sun goes down

[Bridge + Chorus]
I had everything
Opportunities for eternity
And I could belong to the night
Your eyes, your eyes
I can see in your eyes
Your eyes

You make me wanna die
I'll never be good enough
You make me wanna die
And everything you love will burn up in the light
Every time I look inside your eyes
Make me wanna die

[Verse 2]
Taste me, drink my soul
Show me all the things that I shouldn't know
And there's a new moon on the rise

[Bridge + Chorus]
I had everything
Opportunities for eternity
And I could belong to the night
Your eyes, your eyes
I can see in your eyes
Your eyes everything in your eyes, your eyes

You make me wanna die
I'll never be good enough
You make me wanna die
And everything you love will burn up in the light
Every time I look inside your eyes (burning in the light)
Make me wanna die

I'll die for you my love, my love
I'll lie for you my love, my love (make me wanna die)
I'll steal for you, my love, my love (make me wanna die)
I'll die for you my love, my love
Well burn up in the light

[Chorus]
Every time I look inside your eyes
I'm burning in the light
Every time I look inside your eyes
I'm burning in the light
Every time I look inside your eyes
Make me wanna die

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Fri Jun 24, 2011 5:28 pm
by smitten_by_twilight
When you're doing the dishes and start to think about Bella doing dishes and wonder who did the dishes on Isle Esme? It doesn't seem like either Edward or Bella to let them pile up for a week until the help comes ... not to mention the repugnant smell to Edward, and after a couple of days, to Bella too. Would Bella win because 1. this is her area of expertise and 2. Edward did the cooking and 3. there wouldn't be dirty dishes if not for her, or would Edward win because 1. he wants to take care of her and 2. he can do them much faster and 3. Bella is too tired which is his fault also? This would make for a cute honeymoon fight. Oh, I've read much too much Twilight.

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:52 am
by Nora
When everyone else start to think about Twilight because you talk about it all the time .

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 1:17 am
by Edwards Ragazza
Years later and you are still reading them. Also I still get excited when someone says the just started reading the series.

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2011 1:06 pm
by 21Twilight21
You know you've read too much Twilight when you see a street with a Twilight related name (Ex. Carlisle Boulevard), and smile :)!
smitten_by_twilight wrote:When you're doing the dishes and start to think about Bella doing dishes and wonder who did the dishes on Isle Esme? It doesn't seem like either Edward or Bella to let them pile up for a week until the help comes ... not to mention the repugnant smell to Edward, and after a couple of days, to Bella too. Would Bella win because 1. this is her area of expertise and 2. Edward did the cooking and 3. there wouldn't be dirty dishes if not for her, or would Edward win because 1. he wants to take care of her and 2. he can do them much faster and 3. Bella is too tired which is his fault also? This would make for a cute honeymoon fight. Oh, I've read much too much Twilight.
:lol: That's so funny, but also an interesting thought!

Edwards Ragazza I do the same thing lol!!

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Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:23 am
by Tornado
21Twilight21 wrote:You know you've read too much Twilight when you see a street with a Twilight related name (Ex. Carlisle Boulevard), and smile :)!
I do that all the time! And every time I hear someone calling "Edward!" to their son, I look at them and think, "Are you a Twilight fan?"

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 3:57 pm
by Nora
21Twilight21 wrote:You know you've read too much Twilight when you see a street with a Twilight related name (Ex. Carlisle Boulevard), and smile :)!
I do that too ! I saw a street named Aro just the other day . :D

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 11:12 pm
by Kate
Nora wrote:
21Twilight21 wrote:You know you've read too much Twilight when you see a street with a Twilight related name (Ex. Carlisle Boulevard), and smile :)!
I do that too ! I saw a street named Aro just the other day . :D
Cool! Can you tell un in which city? :)

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:45 am
by 21Twilight21
You compare everything you read to the writing style/storyline of Twilight :lol:!
Tornado wrote: I do that all the time! And every time I hear someone calling "Edward!" to their son, I look at them and think, "Are you a Twilight fan?"
I always wonder if people are Twilight fans whenever they say Twilight related stuff :lol:! I'm glad I'm not the only one who does those two things lol!
Nora wrote: I do that too ! I saw a street named Aro just the other day . :D
Wow that's so cool! I've never heard of a street named Aro!

Re: You know you've read too much Twilight when...

Posted: Mon Jul 11, 2011 12:14 pm
by pyrosis
when you're wandering through the forest and you're excited to find a cottage and think if that might be like Edward's and Bella's cottage

When you're wandering through a small Scottish town, with hills, forest and a lot of rain and imagine that it would be the perfect place for the Cullens. There is a small community hospital, a high school, plenty of deer in the woods, lot's of out door stores (if Bella wanted to work in her old job again :mrgreen: ), old buildings to be renovated and if the deer gets boring there are a lot of sheep or you can just take the plane to another European country and try their menu.