BEST OF ALL THE ANIMALS
Note: The ‘prize’ can be found in the hovertext.
It’s C, right?
C C C C C
I didn’t even need to look at the options. Magical Unicorns are allowed to sparkle in sunlight (During musical numbers). Vampires are not.
(Also, welcome to the herd).
I immediately though of you MrGBH.
We have acquired another one, heheheh…
Doesn’t the guy on the left kinda resemble the Sparkly One? Not that I’d know how he looks like… (angelface.jpg)
For what it’s worth, my actual answer would be something B-ish. I’ve never read or seen Twilight and I probably never will, but I find the animosity towards it (from grown men!) a bit ridiculous.
Neither have I seen a full episode of MLP:FIM… yet.
I would have guessed B. And it IS an interesting view on the topic. Cool, hadn’t thought of that before.
Me, I watched the first movie before I knew I was supposed to hate it. Found it an acceptable teenage girl film… Not high quality, but quite entertaining (even though I’m neither teenaged nor a girl).
Anyway, but if been told firsthand that the books are really badly written. Sentences or character descriptions are all very uniform (e.g. every character is introduced with 2 adjectives, I think…), and stuff is repeated every couple of pages. Can’t stand that… I’m like, yeah, I HAVE read the book so far. Why do you think I would start the book on a random page?
‘I remember when vampires sucked blood, not dick.’
D) None of the Above (Anyone wanna have a book burning when we are done here?)
D) What the crap are you talking about?
See, B would be an acceptable answer….. if “being fabulous” was ANY sort of impairment….
As such they made them less cool, more powerful, and therefor, for the sake of “they’re powerful, but entirely inconsequential to modern life” made them much more annoying and less likable…
Blatantly C. Was thinking that (Saw the joke coming?) before I saw the answers
B… Unless I can make a secret option D: It’s Ms. Meyers’s book, she can do what she likes. And anyways, imagine that you are in a universe where the Edward Cullen creature exists. It wouldn’t exactly fit vampire legend, but you would call it a vampire because it sucks blood, is deathly pale and it’s hindered by sunlight. Maybe she just wanted a creature like that, and decided that “vampire” would be an appropriate name.
I’ve always found the argument “They’re not real vampires” to be bizarre. As opposed to those vampires that actually exist?
I’m a superhero nerd and I often find myself talking about superhero films and comparing the characters in those to “the real Batman/Superman/Wolverine/Daredevil/Hal Jordan/[insert member of the Fantastic Four here]/Spiderman” etc.
Also, I’m not normally a betting man, but I’d put a pony on C!
Yes, and I always say that Sherlock Holmes didn’t really wear a deerstalker.
But Ms. Meyer isn’t claiming that her vampires are the same vampires as in other books, it’s just other people who thing that they ought to be. If someone else had a hyperattentive consulting detective *ahemthementalistpsychahem*, and didn’t claim it was Sherlock Holmes, I wouldn’t and don’t have any problem. The same I believe would probably be true of you, Jimi, if you were to encounter another angsty millionaire dark night, say, or a mutant with super healing and giant claws.
Therefore my argument is still valid, and so is Mr. Surl’s, and so is Jimi’s.
Er, Ms. Meyer. Wow, I am really bad at this.
I like the nervous look on your face. It’s just what I felt like when I read through the comic to that point. How to respond correctly?
I would personally think that the others were wrong but that it’s not worth getting into a big argument about, so I would just stay silent and let them keep talking, waiting and hoping they will start talking about something more interesting soon. Though that looks kind of sad when I type it out.
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