I was the only guy with a shirt on.
Full blood Oneida (via ochipi)
Full blood Oneida (via ochipi)
That’s what I like to hear! XD
panlight where can we watch them? Or are there only gifs?
Alas they are only images. I make them from screencaps of the Making Of features on the Twilight DVDs.
You can find all past “episodes” here: KuwtC Master Post
Gut instinct: she’d go for Edward or Jasper. I don’t think Emmett and Carlisle would be ~mysterious enough for her. Emmett’s just got no angst or tortured past to speak of, and Carlisle’s legitimately not dangerous. He’s basically immune to human blood, there would be no drama. Instead of “you don’t understand how much your blood calls to me, how the thought of hurting your tortures me,” she’d just get “I hope you do not mind me saying so, but you smell anemic. Are you getting enough iron in your diet?”
Jasper has a similar ~dark past and had the danger factor that Edward does, so I think that would appeal to Bella’s ‘danger magnet’ trait. Emmett’s got poor control too, but he doesn’t really have that ~vampirey air about him. And Carlisle’s practically human at this point (even Jacob says so) so I kind doubt he would appeal to Bella’s more reckless side.
Personality wise? IDK. Bella’s vague enough that she could probably work with anyone, I think it’s more about whether the guys would respond to her. I don’t know if she’s fiery enough for Emmett. Yes, she does have her temper from time to time, but it’s really no match for Rosalie’s fire. And I personally don’t think Bella’s idea of 24/7 romance would work well with Carlisle’s devotion to his work. I can’t help but think she’d see it is him choosing the hospital over her, “aren’t I enough for you??” I mean she literally says things in the book about being uneasy when she hasn’t seen Edward in a few hours, so I don’t think she’d cope well with his long hours at the hospital. Her love of books might appeal to Jasper and Carlisle but probably not to Emmett at all. Rosalie’s smart, but she’s more hands-on smart, she builds things and does things rather than sits and reads about things, which suits him better. There’s also the fact that all of them are more mentally mature than she is (yes, even Emmett. I’m talking brain development here lol), given that they are 19/20, 20 and 23 compared to Edward’s 17.
tl;dr: Edward’s probably the best bet for her, all things considered. But I could see her going for Jasper because of the ~danger and mystery.
Keeping Up With the Cullens - Episode 14, pt 1
that Bella and Edward are the fanon one true mate thing. This is an instance that she’s an unreliable narrator with her treatment of her parents and how she plays them out to be.
Yeah I don’t like it when Renee is made out to be a bad mom, either. Especially when it’s like she had a new guy every week or whatever. Renee put herself through school, got a job, and kept a job. She as a great teacher and her students loved her. And she left with Bella when she was a baby. I don’t care how unusually responsible and mature Bella was, she wasn’t running the house when she was 5, Renee was, and they survived just fine. Child protective services were never called. Charlie never sued for custody. Bella described Renee as her best friend. You don’t call your neglectful, terrible mother your best friend.
My mom is flighty and my dad is forgetful. Mom always had new hobbies and sometimes she wouldn’t make dinner because she got caught up in her latest fad hobby. And Dad would sometimes forget to pick me up after art class so I’d have to call him. But that’s just because they are human beings with faults, they were great parents over all.
It seemed to me that Bella is such a ‘responsible’ kid—taking more after Charlie than Renee—that she didn’t feel like Renee ran the house the way she ‘should’ have, but like I honestly just read it as teenage hyperbole and gentle teasing like, oh well she has Phil now so I know the bills will be paid. I didn’t take that literally. My dad once took his truck to go get gas in Mom’s car… we still tease him about it, but it happened the one time. I’m sure the first time Renee forgot to pay the electric bill and the lights went off, she learned her lesson and she hasn’t done it since.