Twilight Facts that made Twilight the Grand Suckfest PART THREE

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"Facts about Twilight that made it the Grand Suckfest PART TWO"

There, this is the final third part of the whole article.

Submitted: June 09, 2009

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Submitted: June 09, 2009




The  continuation of "Facts about Twilight that made it the Grand Suckfest PART TWO"

“Ethics, Moral and Values are important. Without the perception, man is only an animal; without the morality, man as a rational being is a failure.”


Seventh Topic

Mental Disorders that are normalized, accepted, and loved by the Twilight Lovers: 

This part of the article encompasses starting from the twilight to the breaking dawn book.

1. Sadistic and Masochistic Relationship

Sadism Definition: derivation of pleasure as a result of inflicting pain or watching pain inflicted on others.

Masochist Definition: refers to sexual or non-sexual gratification from receiving the infliction of pain or humiliation.

Relationship Definition: fact or condition of being related or connected. (I’m using this term for a clearer definition about Edward and Bella, calling them lovers is purely not appropriate).

I think the definitions are already clarifications clear as crystal about Edward Cullen and Bella Swan’s relationship. Who is the sadist, and who is the masochist? Edward is the sadist and Bella is the masochist— It’s so obvious.

2. Paranoid personality disorder: characterized by irrational suspicions or mistrust of others.
E.g. Edward Cullen’s jealousy—it’s actually irrational to the point of threatening Bella (and the stupid Bella just helplessly wants to be threatened).

3. Schizoid personality disorder: lack of interest in social relationships, seeing no point in sharing time with others.
e.g. Edward Cullen’s character/personality nails this number.

4. Schizotypal personality disorder: characterized by odd behavior or thinking.
Edward Cullen and Bella Swan, need I say more?

5. Histrionic personality disorder: pervasive attention-seeking behavior including inappropriate sexual seductiveness and shallow or exaggerated emotions.
Bella Swan, as well as the 1,500 pages worth of her thoughts (From twilight to breaking dawn) has just owned this number. Another factor that supports this entry is her “Mary Sue character” .

6. Borderline Personality Disorder: typically involves unusual levels of instability in mood; "black and white" thinking or "splitting" (thinking purely in extremes, such as good versus bad, powerful versus defenseless and so on.); chaotic and unstable interpersonal relationships, self-image, identity, and behavior; as well as a disturbance in the individual's sense of self. These disturbances can have a pervasive negative impact on many or all of the psychosocial facets of life. This includes difficulties maintaining relationships in work, home and social settings. Results of failing to copeup the problem may end up in serious cases such as an attempted suicide or completed suicide.
e.g. Edward left Bella, and Bella attempted suicide for that farfetched reason.

7. Paraphilia: are characterized by recurrent, intense sexual urges, fantasies, or behaviors that involve unusual objects, activities, or situations and cause clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning.
e.g. Bella Swan’s adjectives and adverbs on Edward Cullen.

8. Avoidant personality disorder: social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy, extreme sensitivity to negative evaluation and avoidance of social interaction.
Edward Cullen, he’s “brimming” with these attributes. His excuse that he's dangerous since he's a vampire has a lot of flaws regarding the plot of the story led unstructured, in all matters there are no definite reasons placed to support his claim. This is another reason why the whole plot of the Twilight series are a series of nonsense.

9. Dependent personality disorder: persistent psychological dependence on other people.
Bella Swan, aw c'mon, the definition really hits.

10. Pedophile: person either has acted on intense attraction (may or may not be sexual urges) towards children. Pedophile is also another form of paraphilia. 
The fact is, as clear as daylight, Edward Cullen is already 107 years old, and Bella is 17 years old.

11. (Finally and heavily) BDSM Relationship:

(NOTE: as will be read further, BDSM is not always meant for sexual intercourses, it also emphasizes interpersonal relationships.)

BDSM is a tri-acronym for BD, DS, and SM:
BD: Bondage and Discipline
DS: Dominance and Submission
SM: Sadism and Masochism

BDSM includes a wide spectrum of activities, forms of interpersonal relationships, and distinct subcultures. While not always overtly sexual in nature, the activities and relationships within a BDSM context are almost always eroticized by the participants in some fashion. Many of these practices fall outside of conventional sexual activities as well as human relationships.

Couples who practice BDSM incorporate its aspects into their everyday relationships with their partner, especially those who practice dominance and submission or power exchange (especially Total Power Exchange). For these individuals, BDSM is part of their lifestyle and in some discussions is referred to as "The Lifestyle".
NOTE: all of the four books made, and you can include the midnight sun has “the lifestyle” of Edward Cullen and Bella Swan, there’s no use denying it.

BDSM activities and relationships differ from conventional activities and relationships in that they are based on the concept of partners taking on deliberately unequal but complimentary roles, in an eroticized - but not always sexual – context, hence, it is purposefully unequal roles within an activity or an interpersonal relationship.

“Top” or dominant are widely recognized terms for couples, in which the person in activity which are respectively the physically active or controlling participants, and “bottom” or submissive are widely recognized terms for the other person in the relationship or activity which are respectively the physically receptive or controlled participants; to cite, Edward Cullen and Bella Swan’s relationship, with Edward as the dominant, and Bella as the submissive.

NOTE: the words top and bottom doesn’t mean the physical aspect, but it holds the emotional and mental aspect as well—especially how Edward is on top of Bella.

Edward Cullen and Bella Swan’s relationship in everyday life is clearly framed by the concept of BDSM even if it’s concerning outside of sexual activities. The two of them involved maintain in their daily life an appropriate balance of power and accordingly make aspects of BDSM a consistent part of their lifestyle. The term "24/7 relationship" is derived from 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Another term for such behavior is "D/s", derived from "Dominant/submissive" (to cite, Edward Cullen watches Bella Swan sleeping). The dominant partner (Edward) controls most aspects of the submissive's life (Bella). Particular areas of life such as work, family, or friends can be excluded from the D/s relationship and should not be placed under control of the dominant partner.

In Edward’s case, he is controlling Bella entirely, even to her life, family, and friends, thus this makes his actions as abuses.
Some D/s relationships, however, cover all areas of life; such couple are designated as a "Total Power Exchange" (TPE). TPE relationships probably represent the least common role behavior within the BDSM spectrum.

Total power exchange (TPE) definition: a derivative of the concept of power exchange in a master/slave relationship. The term refers to a relationship where the dominant has complete authority and influence over the submissive's life, making the majority of decisions. TPE is occasionally referred to as 24/7, denoting that protocol in the D/s relationship with the dominant partner gets complete power at all times.

Eighth Topic

Hence, with all the facts above written; Edward Cullen and Bella Swan’s ultimate true love really the true love every twilight lovers say?


As much as Penn and Teller can say: Bullshit!

Just like the definitions stated about love from infatuation, Edward and Bella are only plainly in lust, or if it contradicts, the plot is just whacked. Now, which is it?

Obviously, when someone says “true love”, it’s not even close of telling all the adverbs and adjectives of a person.

1.Bella Swan simply stated about Edward Cullen’s looks and gorgeous pose and beauty.
2.Edward Cullen keeps telling himself to defend Bella, from the vampires and from Jacob, thus he controls and restricts her acts (which is a clear abuse as stated).

You know what’s missing?

It’s communication.

Yes, they communicate, such as “leave me alone” “I don’t want you to turn into a vampire” but—sigh…that’s not what communication means.

Communication and talking with your partner IS what makes love develop, or at least, infatuation to develop into love.

Bella talking nonsense about mixed adjectives and adverbs on Edward DOESN’T state her love at all, that's just a simple case of infatuation.
Edward, who does more of his actions by primal instinct (as what an irrelevant someone commented to me from one of the articles I have) is not an act of love.

A love is developed by knowing who your partner is—what and who he/she is, your preference for that certain someone, as much as your feelings—which involve that certain someone to requite those feelings back.

Bella’s idiocy of seeing Edward as glittering, adverbs and adjectives, knowing he’s a vampire thus she wanted to become a vampire, too, as well as a lot more reasons embedded on the 1,500 pages worth of her thoughts, 350 pages worth on the twilight novel alone, didn’t even make sense how she fell in love—unless kissing a marble is really that tempting, if your mind is still sane, that is. 

A romance novel has to place events where the characters will state their love over to each other and PROVES it—as much as the development of the plot that they have really BONDED about their feelings, in which LOVING actually proves not by the glittering or the adjectives, but by the ACCEPTANCE of the FEELINGS between the couple—thus UNDERSTANDING each other’s sides and creating a balance of love. Simply, those events need to bridge out the important events and aspects how the two people concerned has developed that mutual feeling. You don't just describe it in redundant adjectives and adverbs.

Bella and Edward’s relationship clearly lacks intimacy in any form—emotional, mental, and physical (the kiss Bella wants, Edward can't do so, remember?). A love story such as this only have survived thanks to the bandwagon effect. By looking at the four novels made, there is CLEARLY NO PLOT about the whole ridiculous nonsense story that spun up to 2,000pages in total (not to mention the endless sequels that may come).

Ninth Topic

Then again, bandwagon + money brought Twilight to stardom:

Bandwagon effect, also known as "cromo effect" and closely related to opportunism, is the observations that people often do, and believe things because many other people do and believe the same things. The effect is often negatively called herding instinct, particularly when applied to adolescents. People tend to follow the crowd without examining the merits of a particular thing. The bandwagon effect is the reason for the twilight fallacy's success. Hence, it is synonymous to a trend.

Money, on the other hand, is very much overwhelming to “where the bandwagon is heading”—hence, publishers, merchandises, among others would simply go along with the bandwagon, having the producers, creators, and the other significant people beyond twilight to enjoy the trend that is popularly happening. The media can simply say that Twilight is “the book of the decade” or “the ultimate love story”, with those nine words total, the whole bandwagon will surely going to repeat those words more and more. It’s actually just a marketing strategy in the end.

With the facts given, they supported the articles I made:
Twilight has turned into a Religion
Twilight is lame, stupid, and you know it. It’s the truth, the reality.

Any wicked forms brought up from the facts can support the short story, Twilight: Satan’s Masterpiece.
Since this short story provides a simple plot, it didn’t really mean to say the literal Satan, but the forms which can be called as “Satan”. It is somehow lengthy to explain, but “Objects that are obsessions are what the devils’ tools are”. That story is also not meant to be viewed as “superficial” or in “literal” sense, but it has to be tried reading it with a deeper sense, because if you will read it superficially, you’ll just end up like some irrelevant person (forgot her pen name) who commented long enough on that story with her basis simply that the story talks about Satan and Twilight—like I said, try reading it with a deeper sense, reading it literally proves a person’s idiocy flowing. This story is what a TRADITIONAL STORY is, specifically an APOLOGUE. Remember, reading stories of these types is clear that you don't need to see the narrated literal sense, but apply the deeper meanings to it.

(NOTE: There are a lot of stories similar to Twilight: Satan’s Masterpiece which places Satan, Demons, Angels, etc and it is obvious enough that IT DOESN’T MEAN FOR THE LITERAL SENSE OF THE STORY—but for the reader to think deeper and understand the thought, not the plain written words. These type of called traditional stories, this is a type of an apologue story to be specific; and you don’t need to read them as how they are presented, but to dig deeper of their meanings. THESE REDUNDANCE OF EXPLANATIONS WERE MADE FOR THE SAKE OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE DIFFICULTIES UNDERSTANDING--THE CATEGORY A AND AA TWILIGHT LOVERS.)


By: Countess Ire Malificence Lescries, glittering vampire slayer
(NOTE: the glittering vampire slayer is also meant for a deeper sense of thinking, not the literal form. It's a clear, simple note, but category A and AA twilighters cannot think as simple as this.)

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