Wednesday, March 11, 2009


I just finished watching Twilight today. It's a vampire movie but dont put too much hope of seeing biting, tearing people apart and whatever gore stuff cause you will be disappointed.

The story is more on the love between a vampire and a human. The self-control, the sacrifice, the care for the one you love. Can say that it is a bit boring from the action point of view but from the love point of view, I think it is great.

Vampires are meant to be extraordinarily good-looking and guess what, the male vampires are good-looking (btw, I am straight) but the female vampires dont look so good except for Alice.

If given the chance, will I be a vampire? At this time I would definitely say yes because I dont have much responsibility yet to consider xD but the thought of eating "fresh meat"...err, I think I have to think again...

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