Amivera wrote:Maybe you should look at it from Gianna's POV. Or maybe you should look at the fact that Bella is being a complete hypocrite in this case. Or you can just keep hating Gianna.
I'm probably going to sound like a bit of a parrot here because I'm only going to be repeating what I said before in different words. But, I honestly can't see the problem in Gianna wanting to be a part of the Volturi. It is a choice between that or death. As much as we all might like to think that we would be brave enough to die rather than choose a lifestyle which harms others, how many of would actually be courageous enough to do it?
Very few I think.
Also, someone above said 'that as a human she should be outraged.'' Of course she would be, or else terribly distrubed by it all. More than likely both. As a human among the Volturi though, would she be in a position to say that it bothered her? No.
Then again, we just don't know...but from what we've seen of the Volturi, hint, Caius, it is unlikely.
Amivera wrote:Haha, on the last comment about Felix.
I liked that it showed vampires were just like humans. When you see Edward, he's made out to be this perfect man who has *never* fallen in love, *never* thought anything sexual about a woman before, *never* been physically attracted to anyone, *never* had normal male urges— you begin to think of the vampires as having perfectly inhuman minds.
And then you meet Felix, who is a normal male. It's kind of cute. XD
(Sorry, off topic post).
Jane V wrote:on a different note, WHAT is with the Felix-winking-at-her thing? i think that guy has OWD [obsessive winking disorder]. sorry, it's just a little creepy when you wink at every girl you see.
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