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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Dreauror » Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:30 pm

Well I just read all eleven pages about your love for Dr Carlisle, I feel normal again. Ok I am not your average teen, I am 40 and yes I managed to fall for this doc the moment he walked into the ER. Peter plays a cool role he seems to have melded himself well into Carlisle shoes. Saying all this I know you think he is utterly adorable but I am struggling with the whole concept of how he "trains" the neophytes not to eat humans. Clearly there is a lot of love there, like when you chastise your child out of love, I doubt there was any physical punishment but how exactly did he train them up into having a conscience and being reasonable none human beings.

He mentioned I think it was Breaking Dawn or Eclipse that neophytes are very strong because they regenerate their blood and this makes them strong. They need blood to survive and what then? how do you keep them out of human contact for about twelve months without them biting someone. Ok you feed them animal blood but they still crave as is there natural vampire instinct human blood. How or what are your theories on how he did this.

Secondly how did he react to Rosalie, yes he saved her from death but then when he turned her she went off and murdered five men, avenged or what ever. How did he feel about that? Did she just slip out one night. I really need to know all this for my fan fictions. I checked out SM's site and she well her site led me here.
Carlilseitis! Its a highly infectious disease and reading Twilight is the cause.
However, you might just Carlisleza a virus someday you'll get over him.

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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Dreauror » Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:32 pm

oops I can't find the edit button, lol my Doctor was called Cullen! thank God we changed doctors before Twilight came out! :D
I found it hilarious that you addressed your doctor as "Dr Cullen!" ha I always call him doctor, saves my tongue slipping and saying something really silly like Malfoy or.... well you get the drift lol
Carlilseitis! Its a highly infectious disease and reading Twilight is the cause.
However, you might just Carlisleza a virus someday you'll get over him.

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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Kachiti » Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:58 pm

Dreauror wrote:Well I just read all eleven pages about your love for Dr Carlisle, I feel normal again. Ok I am not your average teen, I am 40 and yes I managed to fall for this doc the moment he walked into the ER. Peter plays a cool role he seems to have melded himself well into Carlisle shoes. Saying all this I know you think he is utterly adorable but I am struggling with the whole concept of how he "trains" the neophytes not to eat humans. Clearly there is a lot of love there, like when you chastise your child out of love, I doubt there was any physical punishment but how exactly did he train them up into having a conscience and being reasonable none human beings.

He mentioned I think it was Breaking Dawn or Eclipse that neophytes are very strong because they regenerate their blood and this makes them strong. They need blood to survive and what then? how do you keep them out of human contact for about twelve months without them biting someone. Ok you feed them animal blood but they still crave as is there natural vampire instinct human blood. How or what are your theories on how he did this.

Secondly how did he react to Rosalie, yes he saved her from death but then when he turned her she went off and murdered five men, avenged or what ever. How did he feel about that? Did she just slip out one night. I really need to know all this for my fan fictions. I checked out SM's site and she well her site led me here.

Dreauror,

You need to read midnight sun, I think that will help. You will find that on SM website.
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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Dreauror » Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:18 pm

Thanks I will do, read it again that is. I wonder if the is a word for our condition other than total obsession. If it where an infection it would be Carliseitis ha! ok I'm infected! lol if it was a psychological condition it be Carlisleism, and what about the pathophysiology is there any cure for either condition, and does it alter our brains lol! Would it Carlisle on the Brain or Carlisle Epidemic or just plain and simple Carlisleza a unknow virus that hits us and makes us sick for days, weeks, months years, no cure until you find someone else to infect you and move on.
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However, you might just Carlisleza a virus someday you'll get over him.

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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by xStarlightembers;;] » Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:24 pm

As seeing I believe I have well explained my opinions and views on Dr. Carlisle Cullen in my [Favorite Character Post], I am going to quote what I wrote there -- because I doubt I could express my feelings any better than I did there.
Personally, my favorite character is Carlisle Cullen. While the book as a whole has had a positive impact on my life, it is this character that reached in and pulled me back up. His morals, compassion, will, spiritual beliefs, self-restraint, and even his flaws (original self-loath which led to his suicide attempts, for example), make him the ideal character - an ideal father. And as stated, his character has touched me on a deeper level. Which I will explain here.

I have never had a fatherly figure in my life, my parents divorcing very young -- and even then. While I was able to see (and still do, actually) my Dad every Sunday, he always seemed to be just "there"; watching TV, building computers, sleeping. When we did interact with each other, it was either on vacation or when he was in one of his "moods" - when he would be screaming, grabbing, pushing, or pinching me one moment, and in the next be buying me expensive things that I could live without. It left me confused, hurt, and wondering what I could have done wrong to deserve such treatment. In addition, he acted like an immature child; his mother, whom he lived with, still making up and cleaning his room. Pathetic, as far as I'm concerned.

Through my short life, though, I never thought -- nor did I want to think -- that this all bothered me. When my life got harder, I never even imagined having a Dad to look up to would help; something I would not begin to realize until later. Needless to say, over the course of six months, I saw my life fall apart: family illness, school, financial strain, sexual assault, an unaware mother, and the ways I dealt with it eating away at my insides. I found a way to cope, luckily (music, more specifically, My Chemical Romance), but it still was not enough...I was still lacking something in my life. I wanted something that I searched for everyday without knowing what I was keeping my eyes open for. I was lost, in a way.

That all changed when my friend, the local obsessive fan, got me to read Twilight.

While only fiction, I found that Carlisle Cullen was able to fill that gap that was leeching inside of me. When I needed to seek guidance, I simply opened the books to a section where he might have answered it in some way -- and if not, just reading about his wisdom was able to clear my head. I smiled more, I felt a sense of security whenever I talked or read about him (more recently, watched), and my grades climbed higher than they had been in awhile.I finally had the Dad I had yearned for, even if our visits were limited to my books and dreams.
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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Kachiti » Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:27 pm

Dreauror wrote:Thanks I will do, read it again that is. I wonder if the is a word for our condition other than total obsession. If it where an infection it would be Carliseitis ha! ok I'm infected! lol if it was a psychological condition it be Carlisleism, and what about the pathophysiology is there any cure for either condition, and does it alter our brains lol! Would it Carlisle on the Brain or Carlisle Epidemic or just plain and simple Carlisleza a unknow virus that hits us and makes us sick for days, weeks, months years, no cure until you find someone else to infect you and move on.
I pray they never find a cure. This is a illness I am happy to live with.
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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Dreauror » Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:18 pm

Kachiti I know what you mean ;)
xStarlightembers;;] wrote:As seeing I believe I have well explained my opinions and views on Dr. Carlisle Cullen in my [Favorite Character Post], I am going to quote what I wrote there -- because I doubt I could express my feelings any better than I did there.
Personally, my favorite character is Carlisle Cullen. While the book as a whole has had a positive impact on my life, it is this character that reached in and pulled me back up. His morals, compassion, will, spiritual beliefs, self-restraint, and even his flaws (original self-loath which led to his suicide attempts, for example), make him the ideal character - an ideal father. And as stated, his character has touched me on a deeper level. Which I will explain here.

I have never had a fatherly figure in my life, my parents divorcing very young -- and even then. While I was able to see (and still do, actually) my Dad every Sunday, he always seemed to be just "there"; watching TV, building computers, sleeping. When we did interact with each other, it was either on vacation or when he was in one of his "moods" - when he would be screaming, grabbing, pushing, or pinching me one moment, and in the next be buying me expensive things that I could live without. It left me confused, hurt, and wondering what I could have done wrong to deserve such treatment. In addition, he acted like an immature child; his mother, whom he lived with, still making up and cleaning his room. Pathetic, as far as I'm concerned.

Through my short life, though, I never thought -- nor did I want to think -- that this all bothered me. When my life got harder, I never even imagined having a Dad to look up to would help; something I would not begin to realize until later. Needless to say, over the course of six months, I saw my life fall apart: family illness, school, financial strain, sexual assault, an unaware mother, and the ways I dealt with it eating away at my insides. I found a way to cope, luckily (music, more specifically, My Chemical Romance), but it still was not enough...I was still lacking something in my life. I wanted something that I searched for everyday without knowing what I was keeping my eyes open for. I was lost, in a way.

That all changed when my friend, the local obsessive fan, got me to read Twilight.

While only fiction, I found that Carlisle Cullen was able to fill that gap that was leeching inside of me. When I needed to seek guidance, I simply opened the books to a section where he might have answered it in some way -- and if not, just reading about his wisdom was able to clear my head. I smiled more, I felt a sense of security whenever I talked or read about him (more recently, watched), and my grades climbed higher than they had been in awhile.I finally had the Dad I had yearned for, even if our visits were limited to my books and dreams.
Hun I know that feeling, I am really pleased that a character can fulfill your need for a Dad. Mine left when I was four, turned up on the odd occassion and like a sap and a fool I doted on him. Until one day I said flip to his girlfriends bratty daughter and he threatened to wash my mouth out with soap! My Aunt saved me from his wrath, he brought me home but not straight home. He took me to his mothers house, made me wait whilst he had a meal.
Things just never got better, but the thing was I jumped for joy at his cards, presents, phone calls visits and then one day. He got real sick and I started fretting for him, sleepless nights, tears and he just didn't care that I was worried about him. He made me feel ill fretting for him, he didn't care. Then my second favourite Uncle died of pancreatic cancer and my Dad turned round and said he had, that but how come he survived and not Frank. Any way I divorced him for my healths sake, I vowed never to talk to him, speak to him and would not go to his second wedding which lasted what five minutes. She was too good for him, she deserved better she was lucky to escape.
My stupid brother kept in touch with him which was find by me provided we never met. Then one day out of the blue last summer he turned up and do you know what he expected it to be the same as it ever was. But it could never be, I didn't love him I felt nothing at all for the man, he was a stranger.
Like you, when you see someone like Carlisle, the perfect man, the perfect father you cry out to them to be loved by them and its good that you have that ability to still love and trust them, even if they are just characters. If they make us happy just for a day, an hour a year, if they keep us sane and stop us doing things that are bad for us, then good for us and good for you. I am sure your new Dad, our Dad will fill our hearts with the love that was never there from our own fathers. Thanks for sharing.
Carlilseitis! Its a highly infectious disease and reading Twilight is the cause.
However, you might just Carlisleza a virus someday you'll get over him.

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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by italiangirl1577 » Sat Nov 29, 2008 9:43 pm

Dreauror wrote:oops I can't find the edit button, lol my Doctor was called Cullen! thank God we changed doctors before Twilight came out! :D
I found it hilarious that you addressed your doctor as "Dr Cullen!" ha I always call him doctor, saves my tongue slipping and saying something really silly like Malfoy or.... well you get the drift lol
I had to go to the hospital for a blood test and the doctor who took my blood was a handsome, young blond man. When I thanked him, I called him Carlisle. No joke. And it was a total accident. I didn't even notice I had done it until my mother asked me in the car on the way home why I called him "Carlisle". But that really explained why he kind of stared at me strangely after I thanked him... But he really did look like Peter Facinelli. I mean exactly like him!
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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Moonlit Sunlight » Sat Nov 29, 2008 11:20 pm

italiangirl1577 wrote:
Dreauror wrote:oops I can't find the edit button, lol my Doctor was called Cullen! thank God we changed doctors before Twilight came out! :D
I found it hilarious that you addressed your doctor as "Dr Cullen!" ha I always call him doctor, saves my tongue slipping and saying something really silly like Malfoy or.... well you get the drift lol
I had to go to the hospital for a blood test and the doctor who took my blood was a handsome, young blond man. When I thanked him, I called him Carlisle. No joke. And it was a total accident. I didn't even notice I had done it until my mother asked me in the car on the way home why I called him "Carlisle". But that really explained why he kind of stared at me strangely after I thanked him... But he really did look like Peter Facinelli. I mean exactly like him!
wow seriously i wouldn't mind having someone who looks like peter facinelli as a doctor.... gosh that would be great... although it would be sort of weird having "carlisle" be your doctor. i would be sitting their trying to get a look at his teeth even though i know that the cullens don't have fangs i would still be trying to get a good look...
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Re: Carlisle Cullen

Post by Dreauror » Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:19 am

That would not be funny lol, I would die if I had to see a doctor that handsome and I did have to see a Bone Specialist two years ago and yeah! he was too handsome for his own good and he knew it, he was gorgeous and had a delicious smile and the sweetest bed side manner and he had dark hair and really good looks and oh so tall. He had a really gentle touch too! He had to examine my knee and his PA or something like his PA had tried to manipulate something in my knee and he was trying to get me to relax which I couldn't because it was going to hurt. So this doc, dream boat walks in and bang, "relax!" heck I could have passed right out! lol! he managed to examine the injury with no pain or at least I was so lost in his good looks I never felt it. Then it was crunch time, to operate or not to operate. Ok so I would be naked under this surgical gown shoot! no way, and he would be like shoving this tube in my knee and examining the ligaments and I am thinking. Can't do it, no way! not that good looking! Not coming around from the anaesthetic and seeing his eyes. Well he decided that he did not want to operate, I was so relieved! it was like thank God! I could date you but lie on your operating table God knows what I might say under anaesthetic.
Sigh.... as far as I know he is still working at our main hospital and everyone says he's an absolute dream boat!
Carlilseitis! Its a highly infectious disease and reading Twilight is the cause.
However, you might just Carlisleza a virus someday you'll get over him.

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