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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby Angelvamp » Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:12 am

Oops! I blew by that PG-13 rating, again! :oops: Talk about swooning. Sheesh. :?

It does seem like a double standard though. The guys are thinking about her exploding out of her clothes (and she catches them, too) but she doesn't have any thoughts about them? Seems a little odd to me. Even if her heart is broken, I don't think other things are, if you know what I mean. ;)

Do I make the PG-13 rating? Now I'm all paranoid... :?
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby The Dark Knight » Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:29 am

Angelvamp wrote:Oops! I blew by that PG-13 rating, again! :oops: Talk about swooning. Sheesh. :?

It does seem like a double standard though. The guys are thinking about her exploding out of her clothes (and she catches them, too) but she doesn't have any thoughts about them? Seems a little odd to me. Even if her heart is broken, I don't think other things are, if you know what I mean. ;)

Do I make the PG-13 rating? Now I'm all paranoid... :?



I hope not... :D

I sure don't. there is a double standard, all the shirtless scense are of the boys...you would think this was written from a women's perspective or something... ;) Can you believe it...
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby Pendragon » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:00 am

Angelvamp wrote:I agree, I would hate having people in my head all the time. And Leah has done well coping, especially for someone who is so independant. But what about her fantasies? Does she still think about Sam, in that way? Does she get even a little bit hot when she spies all those big, muscular guys naked all the time? (BTW, wolf pack at the Twi Tour = Total Hotness!) It is never mentioned, but I'm sure her hormones are present just like the guys'. I mean, she can't just have bitter and moody thoughts all the time.


I sure she does too, but she tries her best to hide it deep within her mind using her bitter thoughts. I'm also sure there might be times where they slip, making her feel all the more embarrassed.
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby holdingoutforjacob » Thu Aug 20, 2009 6:26 pm

Well, they can only read her mind when she's in wolf form, and I bet you she's so unhappy in wolf form that that's the last thing she's thinking about.
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby The Dark Knight » Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:19 am

So how well do you think one can hide their true feelings and thoughts from the others in the pack?
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby moon sidhe » Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:28 am

The Dark Knight wrote:So how well do you think one can hide their true feelings and thoughts from the others in the pack?


Well, I had the impression that your mind was an open book in wolf form. Doesn't really seem like they can hide anything. But I'm not sure. Do you think if they did what Alice does to Edward like reciting Czech poems or whatever, that it would block out the rest of their mind?
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby The Dark Knight » Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:36 am

moon sidhe wrote:
The Dark Knight wrote:So how well do you think one can hide their true feelings and thoughts from the others in the pack?


Well, I had the impression that your mind was an open book in wolf form. Doesn't really seem like they can hide anything. But I'm not sure. Do you think if they did what Alice does to Edward like reciting Czech poems or whatever, that it would block out the rest of their mind?



I got the impression that they could hear your thought's not read your mind. So the Alice things should work as long as you can keep it up...
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby Angelvamp » Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:04 am

I didn't get that impression, I thought that it was more like Aro - that the wolves have access to every thought their brothers have. Jacob said something in NM or Eclipse (don't remember which, anyone?) about everything you're ashamed of laid out for everyone to see. That leads me to believe that they can't really block their brothers from any thoughts they may have.
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby elisemusta » Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:22 am

I think DK is right here. It seems that wolves can just hear everything you think at the moment, not everything you have ever thought. In New Moon page 318 when Bella has just figured out what Jake is and they are talking about it and Jake goes to phase and "call" Sam he says: "I tried not to think about you so they wouldn't know what was going on."

But you know how people's mind works. If you are upset or really happy about something it is very very hard not to think about that. And try NOT to think something particular and you already did it. So if you are very good at focusing and don't spend very long time as wolf maybe you could hide something. :)
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Re: Leah Clearwater

Postby Angelvamp » Fri Aug 21, 2009 10:11 am

Hmmm. Good point. I guess if they're feeling an incredible amount of guilt or pain about something, it would be hard to always keep that out of their thoughts. Especially if they're suddenly reminded of it, they couldn't help but think of it. Yeah, you guys are right, it's probably not like Aro.
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