Edward!! Edward!! Edward!!

Memandangkan harijadi  kanda baru sahaja berlalu pada tanggal 20 Jun yang lalu, maka dengan ini dinda ingin mencoretkan segalanya tentang diri kanda yang menjadi kesukaan dinda..

Oh kanda.. ailebiu!!

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E is for Edward Cullen, the beautiful, velvet-voiced, and permanently 17-year old vampire that Bella Swan is unconditionally and irrevocably in love with. This is the guy that makes human boyfriends and husbands seem inadequate (Izzie says: so very true!!!). Born Edward Anthony Masen in 1901, he was changed into a vampire in 1918. In over a century, Bella’s is the only unreadable mind that Edward has come across. He eventually overcomes his desire to drink her blood, which sings to him. His love for her is so all-consuming that he makes the ultimate sacrifice, leaving her in ‘New Moon,’ so she could have a normal, human life. In ‘Eclipse’ their dramatic relationship continues, as Bella eventually becomes his fiancée (Izzie says: “Marry me, Bella.” -I do, Edward.. I do).

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K is for K-I-S-S-I-N-G, because there is a whole lot of this in the ‘Twilight’ series. Bella is the luckiest girl in the world, seriously. She has many kissing opportunities with Edward (just has to be careful of his razor-sharp teeth), she almost kisses Jacob in ‘New Moon’ (just has to mind his bad temper or he’ll go all wolf on her), and in ‘Eclipse’ she will definitely be kissing both. (Izzie says: Me not like Bella kissing Jacob!)

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M is for Meadow, the magical secret place where Bella and Edward go, and a significant location in the ‘Twilight’ saga. Edward takes Bella to the meadow in ‘Twilight’ — this is where she first sees his sparkling vampire qualities, as he demonstrates his strength and speed. In ‘New Moon,’ the opening scene with her “grandmother” dream takes place in this meadow. After Edward has left, she finds the meadow again and is devastated at its withered state; then Laurent appears and tries to kill her. In ‘Eclipse,’ Bella and Edward return to their special place, which Edward now calls “our meadow.” Sigh. (Izzie says: Aawwww…).

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O is for OME (Oh My Edward), an utterance that many a Twi-hard uses regularly to express unabashed, unadulterated, undying love for their favorite emo vampire, Edward Cullen. Other than Batman (as in “Holy fill-in-the-blank, Batman”), no other fictional character has inspired an oft-used exclamation. Another Edward-inspired one is WWED (What Would Edward Do?)

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P is for Proposal, when Edward officially proposes to Bella in ‘Eclipse.’ She wants their relationship to go to the next level while she is still human, but he won’t allow it, fearful that he’ll lose control and kill her. Seeing how much it means to her, old-fashioned Edward finally agrees on the condition that they marry first (Izzie: pitams). He proposes with Elizabeth Masen’s ring -his human mother who died of Spanish Influenza in 1918.

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R is for Robert Pattinson, the man who made Edward Cullen come alive onscreen. Catherine Hardwicke had a vision and stuck to it, casting Pattinson because he had an otherworldly beauty (Izzie says: Couldn’t agree more! He has this Greek God looks) to him – she was definitely looking beyond the typical “high school cute boy” type. Pattinson’s fame is now at a level where screaming ensues whenever he makes a public appearance, he needs a constant bodyguard and he’s had to become a bit of a recluse. The upside to his elevated status is the opportunity to make more mature films, such as ‘Bel Ami’ and ‘Water for Elephants.’

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S is for Six-Pack, because there is no room in ‘Twilight’ for vampires or werewolves with a spare tire. In ‘New Moon’ we get serious six-pack action, starting with Jacob cleaning up Bella’s bloody head with his shirt, moving on to much more shirtless scenes with Jacob and the Wolf Pack, and culminating in Edward’s big reveal of his sparkling six-pack in Italy (I don’t care about Jacob/Taylor’s six-pack, but I do care for Edward/Rob’s six-pack…I don’t mind even they just fake it in New Moon).

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T is for Tent, because Twi-hards the world over have been anxiously awaiting the famous “tent scene” from ‘Eclipse.’ Jacob, Bella and Edward are forced to share a tent on the cold mountainside -to Edward’s horror, 108.9-degree Jacob shares a sleeping bag with Bella as he is the only one who can keep her from freezing to death. This scene also involves Edward and Jacob having their first honest and open conversation, which Bella overhears. Team Jacob loves this scene because (finally!) Bella kisses Jacob and realizes she is in love with him, too (Izzie says: I don’t like this at all!!). Choices, choices.

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More on The Twilight Saga: A-Z

4 thoughts on “Edward!! Edward!! Edward!!

  1. xcited tekan link “more on The Twilight saga: A-Z” sbb nak tahu j untuk ape, sekalik “J is for Jacob Black” **histeria..

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