Edward and Bella: True Love?

Edward and Bella: True Love?

2008's bestseller "Twilight (by sephanie meyer) was a hit all around the world. girls from all corners of the world were lining up outside bookshops to recieve twilight, new moon, eclipse and breaking dawn this year.
the main character, a heart throb vampire named Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson in the motion picture hit "twilight), was the cause for all of this gayety among the girls. in fact, some readers devotion to him caused them to take theyir own lives, the only explanation these girls gave about their actions was to say "THE IS NO OTHER MAN LIKE EDWARD CULLEN!" and then off themselves.
Edwards chosen mate is a plain human called Bella Swan(played by Kristen Stewart in the motion picture film). of course this choice of castiung has caused many people to hate/feel anger towards stewart, resulting in many brawls and hate crimes, all because of petty jealousy.
personally, this writer is sickened at the blind devotion to these two fictional characters. through this essay i am hoping to prove to my readers once and for all, that edward and bella do not have the loving nature towards eacher other that they are showed to have onsreen. in fact, off screen, robert is quite crazed.
but hey, thats just this reporters opinion. you have your say at www.have-your-say-man.com
i have this exclusive conversation nbetween the two hollywood stars that shows the extent to which Roberts mental health issues stretch:

ROBERT PATTINSON: Hello, my angel. [Snicker] I see you managed to get here without breaking any bones. [Chuckle]

KRISTEN STEWART: You know, we wrapped the movie a long time ago. You can break character and stop with the condescending laughter.

ROBERT: No, I can't. It's the hair. The unruly, slightly oily Edward hair that's damp with the sweat of restraint and clammy lust. They won't let me cut it, and it OWNS me. Is your dress made of sweatshirts?

KRISTEN: They haven't said you can't SHOWER, though. Maybe you're just clammy because all...

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