Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby Goodnight Elizabeth » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:33 pm

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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby Cymbrelynn » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:36 pm

One thing I've often wondered about: Nessie sleeps in the cottage at night with Bella and Edward. And as we all know Bella and Edward can't keep their hands off one another when left alone in the same room. Isn't it only going to be a matter of time before the poor kid wakes up to some things she'd rather not be witness to?

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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby olpatlanta » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:40 pm

[quote="Cymbrelynn"]One thing I've often wondered about: Nessie sleeps in the cottage at night with Bella and Edward. And as we all know Bella and Edward can't keep their hands off one another when left alone in the same room. Isn't it only going to be a matter of time before the poor kid wakes up to some things she'd rather not be witness to?

I have had that same thought too. Poor kid. Can you imagine walking in on your vampire parents making love. :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby ellalou73 » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:59 pm

Along the lines of the last two posts, I've always wondered how she doesn't hear what they are doing as much as anything else. She does have heightened ability to hear and do about anything else. I feel sorry for the poor kid now that those thoughts are out in the open. :oops:
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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby una » Mon Jan 19, 2009 5:02 pm

Cymbrelynn wrote:Thanks, Nora Roberts for that unanticipated initiation. It was enough to make me swear off the stuff for a good many years. I don't care for conventional romance novels at all but throw in a few vampires and it's all good :)


I had a VERY similar experience but mine was due to V.C. Andrews. Never touched anything like romance until Twilight. In fact, I was a Dean R Koontz and Stephen King reader for a long time (and Agatha Christie). I will say conventional romance isn't for me, but add paranormal elements and I'm hooked.

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Maybe Bella is using her ability to keep the noise and "shaking" to just their room so Reneesme isn't disturbed?? Or maybe the baking takes place when Reneesme is at the other house with the rest of the family?
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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby spookybell » Mon Jan 19, 2009 6:28 pm

The movie with the sponge is called The Haunted Airman and it was a TV show in Britain.

Cymber... um... you are so right. I hope Nessie is a solid sleeper. I am guessing that she wouldn't be walking in on her parents because if I remember correctly... it's not all that quiet. And heck Nessie is special and kinda mature. I'm sure she hears it and just moves on. next. It's not like she's living a normal human life where we all would be tainted!!!!

I am with you on the regular old romance novels... blech... but a few vampires. LOL.

Oh Una... I loved VC Andrews. I must have been 8th grade when I started reading them. Oh I love Koontz and King!!!
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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby ellalou73 » Mon Jan 19, 2009 6:36 pm

Maybe Steph should turn her Twilight series over to adult Vampire romance stories... :D I don't think I would mind seeing Edward in that sort of role, well okay maybe, but hmm food for thought.
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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby cullengirl » Mon Jan 19, 2009 7:40 pm

I always thought the Twilight saga was erotic. It's the chaste, teasing kind. There are many scenes where I thought that were guttery. The meadow scene, anyone?

I've never read VC Andrew, but I've heard the buzz about what it's about and I'm glad that I haven't touched it.

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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby spookybell » Mon Jan 19, 2009 7:47 pm

Oleander, can you pass me the sponge when you are done???

we can have once clean Rob... that is not a bad thing.

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Re: Gutter Guys & Gals-- Vampires Behaving Badly: The Discussion

Postby una » Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:02 pm

Spooky my issue with V.C. Andrews was a friend giving it to me to read when I was in 5th or 6th grade and it was Flowers in the Attic. As a young and very sheltered child this was a trauma inducing book for me. The nature of it was just too much for me to handle. I read the whole thing hoping it would get better. They were freed but at what cost - I was mortified. I read (after that) Stephen King and Dean R. Koontz because I could skip the baking (if it even occurred) and the horror didn't bug me...my old brothers had desensitized me by having me watch Halloween, Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street. But the baking - couldn't take - too embarrassing. In fact when we watched those horror movies, my brothers would cover my eyes (or make me) so I didn't watch the baking parts. To this day my parents found it odd that my brothers liked scarring me with the horror but couldn't bear to have their baby sister see skin.

I'm sure if I was to read V.C. Andrews now, I"d be okay. But the nature of the story in FitA was just too much for me.

And how can Rob be clean if our thoughts of him are so dhirty? :twisted: :lol:
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