"Does she know they're going to kill her someday?"
"She knows it's a possibility," he said.
That surprised me.
Edward's face was hard to read. "She's hoping they'll decide to keep her."
I felt the blood leave my face. "She wants to be one of them?"
He nodded once, his eyes sharp on my face, watching my reaction.
I shuddered. "How can she want that?" I whispered, more to myself than really looking for an answer. "How can she watch those people file through to that hideous room and want to be part of that?
Bobbinsx wrote:I simply think that she does not have a choice. She is trapped between the two worlds as such. If you're the human among the all powerful Volturi, you're not going to voice your opinions, are you? Not if you want to keep your head. Also, as she has seen the harsh side of the vampire life, I, personally, can't imagine her desiring the change for any other reason other than survival.
I cried when I found out she 'didn't make the cut'
yeah, I know...How sad am I?!
moon sidhe wrote:Use of the word vegetarian was tongue in cheek. It wasn't meant to be taken literally.
Amivera wrote:Sarcasm is lost on me.
However, it has become the official term for it— especially in fanfiction.
moon sidhe wrote:Hmm, I guess it's morphed into an official term. But I think the first time it was used Edward or whoever said that they jokingly refer to themselves as vegetarians. I forget the wording and don't have the book with me, but it was something like that.
I suppose if we want to get extra technical they would be bestiacruorarians. Or something like that. I completely pulled that word out of my backside in case you couldn't tell.
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