corona wrote:However, I rarely bring up my status as a man since it doesn't make a difference most of the time and I would rather not have to field questions concerning how I view certain aspects of the story "as a man". ... But let me give you a few observations along those lines. As a man, I have enormous respect for Edward and no respect at all for Jacob. ... I forgave Edward for leaving Bella, but I needed him to deal with the consequences, and he did so and took it like a man. Jacob had some things to deal with, but he took it like a spoiled brat, so he gets no respect.
I prefer using the baseball bat rather than the crowbar, which seems to be a favorite of the ladies. The crowbar is deadlier, but more unwieldy. There is more snap in the bat, it has a better grip, more spring in the return after a connection which allows for a second shot. Maybe that is the difference, the ladies seem to view it as a one-shot deal. I never ask which side of the gooseneck end would do the connecting, the blunt side or the claw side; I fear I know the answer.
corona wrote:And I have to make a confession. One of the reasons I loathe Jacob is because I was a lot like him when I was young. Raging hormones and testosterone and self-absorption and all. I found Jacob's depiction shockingly realistic until the imprinting, and then I totally lose all respect for him as he throws away his one chance to demonstrate some maturity.
I made my favorite baked chicken recipe tonight, and about half-way through, I started giggling and just couldn't stop. It got so bad my children came in to check on me, which only made it worse. You'll understand why.
The recipe is fairly normal. You make a rub of salt, pepper and thyme, oil the skin and coat the chicken. Easy. Now for the fun part, and I quote:
Using oil, thoroughly lubricate the chicken cavity. Take one large, firm lemon and shove into the cavity. If it is too large, you will need to spread the legs wide and push hard.
I nearly died, and now my children are worried about my sanity, and you are the ONLY people who will understand why I couldn't stop laughing. Fanfic has ruined me.
VolturiGirl wrote:Being half vampire half human has given her vampire skin. I will assume that all her other "parts" are vamirish. (?) When she is old enough to have a pirate ship sail into her harbor, could it be possible for a human male to park his ship or would it be only possible with Jacob who is immortal?
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