Harry Potter Vs. Twilight Club
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1.Ginny is a perfect character (“Mary Sue”), which Rowling hides by calling her temperamental.
2. Being temperamental is not a flaw if everyone thinks it’s cute and adorable and it gets you a boyfriend.
3. NOBODY can do anything productive without magic.
4. Ginny runs after a train like an idiot even though this isn’t her first time watching the train leave with her brothers. Obviously she’s watch the train leave EVERY SINGLE YEAR OF HER LIFE.
5. Rowling is living out her own fantasies through Hermione, who is clearly herself.
6. The books aren’t well written, just because you make up...
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Harry James Potter
Harry James Potter
This is not my opinion. It's an excerpt from an article titled link. I have however come across a few people who have voiced the same thing. Just curious to know people's thought on this.


Kenny Herzog

I’ve read all of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books—devoured them, really, because whatever her flaws, the lady does a terrific job at building compulsive narratives and enjoyable worlds. But the more time I spend away from the series, the more its problems get to me, and the biggest problem of them all is the main character himself. Harry is, to put it kindly, an absolute no one. He suffers...
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Here is an 5 Part Essay wriiten by someone on livejournal that proves Edward isnt abusive.
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I have been having feelings of guilt off and on about shipping Edward and Bella. I'm sure the majority of us Twilight fans of have heard about the accusations of Edward being an abusive boyfriend. The accusers are able to back it up with proof of certain behaviors that count as abuse that you can read off of a red flag list. What they refuse to do though is look at the big picture. All they see is the surface and refuse to ask why. They even go to such far...
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posted by sharon-sel
Avatar is the highest-grossing film of all-time, with a global gross of almost $2.8 billion, and ten films have grossed in excess of $1 billion. All the films presented here have had a theatrical run in the last twenty years, and films that have not played during this period do not appear in the chart due to ticket-price inflation, population size and ticket purchasing trends not being considered. Gone with the Wind—first released in 1939—has earned $3.3 billion globally when adjusted to contemporary prices, making it the best all-time performer at the box office.[10] The most represented...
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How Edward Got Bella Pregnant, Why it's Not Sexist, and Why Renesmee Does Not Suffer From Down Syndrome


Youknowit101/Cassie-1-2-3 collaboration.

I asked a question a bit ago asking what bothers you about Bella’s pregnancy. We got some very interesting answers, thank you. We are now here to respond to the points made.

(Keep in mind that we did not consult anyone associated with the creation of the Twilight Series. We just used logic and text to make sense of everything.)

(I’m going to be using words like penis and orgasm, so if you haven’t had a certain talk with your parents yet, you probably...
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(i have edited this article so there r no spelling mistakes :) )

Hello everyone, today I'm going to tell you why Twilight is a BILLION times better than the Harry Potter. Here are some reasons.

1. First, they are no swear words!! I mean I heard in Hp they is swearing, like "h*ll" and "b*tch" I mean little kids are reading that!! Like 7 and 8 years olds!! It's crazy!!!111 In Twilight, there is no swearing beacuse it is a child safe book :)

2. HP is for kids only!! I mean Twilight is for all ages!!! I haven't read HP but I know only little kids read it!! Twilight is for everyone, my 10 year old...
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I've noticed that alot of members have been saying "Oh yeah, she went crazy over just a boy she only just met. She went a bit over the top, overreacted."

Well this is how I see it. I know I am going to get shit for this, but perhaps this will give you a little more open mindness.

Personal experience: I acted the same, I did everything I possibly could to see him. I tried to commit sucicde, I look back and think .. I was so young, you survive after it.

But Bella was older and what they had was ALOT different to a NORMAL relationship. They were physically made for each other. Which is very powerful...
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posted by yemi_hikari
Everyone knows Rowling and Meyer's stance on fanfiction and the fact both writers have given a thumbs up of sorts. However, there is something I don't think either one of them would of approve of and it involves those Reading the Books a lot of people are supposedly writing. I say supposedly writing because copying from another persons work is not writing unless you are quoting under fair use. And boy... every single Reading the Books I've come across is not in fair use and constitutes plagiarism. I know how to write one that doesn't constitute plagiarism, but I'll save that until the end.

One...
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posted by alexisn10
Believe it or not, I do not hate Twilight. The plot is fair, internesting setting, a lot of the characters are good, and not to mention the brilliant fight scenes! The soundtracks are lovely as well as the actors/actresses. Overall, I would give the entire series a C+. I would give it a higher grade if it wasn't for the poor writing, rambling, and somewhat extreme fans. But what's really the anchor of that sinking ship is the books' protagonist and narrator...


Bella Swan.

Of course there's a main character in almost every book I read that I really do not like. For example: in Hunger Games, it's...
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posted by luv_warriorcatz
This was not written by me. It was written by the twilightsucks.com community. I would try to learn from it except that I fail at Health terms:

Copy and Pasted from the Twilightsucks.com community:
Wikipedia says:

Quote: In literature, a plot is all the events in a story particularly rendered towards the achievement of some particular artistic or emotional effect. In other words, it's what mostly happened in the story or novel or what the story's general theme is based on, such as the mood, characters, setting, and conflicts occurring in a story.



The concept of plot and the associated concept...
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posted by KateKicksAss
After hearing some debate on various spots around here, I've decided to thoroughly analyze an issue that I found kind of interesting, Voldemort vs. The Volturi.

By "Volturi", I'm talking about the main three, Aro, Caius, and Marcus. And on the "Voldemort" side, It's Voldemort, Bellatrix Lestrange, and probably a few more assorted Death Eaters.

After throroughly analyzing this issue, I'm forced to conclude that the Volturi side would probably turn out victorious in a fight, assuming they can get off their thrones and face the challenge, that is. My reasoning is as follows.

First off, in the...
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Dear Stephenie Meyer,

May I first tell you that your 'Saga' is complete and utter crap. I also would like to highlight the fact that your 'books' are an insult to literature and vampires.
When reading them at first, I thought that they were quite good, and for a while I was a Twilight fan, but your fanbase has gotten huge, along with your head. This is one of the reasons I don't like Twilight. I've read other points on why Twilight and the rest of the 'saga' are bad, and I fully agree with the points raised. The points that I have read about have made me realise how bad Twilight and the rest...
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Before I begin, I’d like to set one thing straight: I’m not against Twilight fans. I respect you and your opinions. I just have different ones. These reasons are opinion and fact mixed together. Please don't disrespect me for my opinions. Also, warning: This will be long.

After completely the Harry Potter series, I looked for the next “big thing.” Being in middle school, the next “big thing” was the Twilight Saga. Sure, why not. I read them through once. I didn’t love it. I didn’t hate it. It was just another book. I never laughed, or cried. It never pulled any emotion out of...
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SNAPES POV

"Severus, your not eating again...you know thats bad for you" Dumbledore said lifting his goblet. I sighed. Duh i know it is...that is why i was not eating. As people may know, my look matches my attitude...black, unemotional, and more black. I nodded to the old man and looked away. Glancing to the one table, where the famous trio ate, i spotted the girl of the bunch lay her head down at the table. Not one bite was taken of her meal, and she held her stomach with a free hand. Potter patted her back and said some things to her, while the Weasly boy chewed on his chicken like it was...
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So, I stated my opinion on why Twilight is better than Harry Potter (there are so many haters on here!) and a lot of people wanted specific reasons, so here it is.

First of all, Twilight is about love. Real love. From what I understand, the "love" in Harry Potter isn't much. Edward would do anything for Bella. Die for her. How I see it, I know Ron and Hermionie get together, but he seems like a horrible person for her.

And while I was talking about Hermionie, here's something else. She's a week character. Unlike Bella, who struggles every day. Hermionie has no problems, the only things she has...
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posted by PotterForever
Severus Snape is without a dought the deepest most complex character in Harry Potter. His relationship with Harry was quite complicated in the sense that he had a very difficult past with both Harry's parents. On the one hand he was deeply in love with his mother, but on the other hand he absolutaly LOATHED his father. This resulted in the awkward difficult relationship the two of them had throught the books. Snape cared about Harry, but only to the point where he wanted to make sure his physical being was protected, and that he was alive and well. He cared about this, because his love for...
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posted by TheFangirl101
A werewolf, by most common lore, is a human that has been bitten by another werewolf, so said human transforms into a werewolf at full moon. Remus Lupin is a prime example for the fact that we know he was bitten by Fenrir Greyback, a notorious werewolf. Jacob Black is another popular example but I will break that down later in this article. First a VERY important thing you must know is that a werewolf isn't aware of his or her doing while in werewolf form. Remus Lupin was required to leave school grounds every full moon, so he is a true werewolf. Jacob Black, however, is completely aware of his actions as a werewolf. Therefore Jacob Black is not a true werewolf. This article was written from an unbiased point of view and was well researched.
Taking arms against Harry Potter, at this moment, is to emulate Hamlet taking arms against a sea of troubles. By opposing the sea, you won't end it. The Harry Potter epiphenomenon will go on, doubtless for some time, as J. R. R. Tolkien did, and then wane.

The official newspaper of our dominant counter-culture, The New York Times, has been startled by the Potter books into establishing a new policy for its not very literate book review. Rather than crowd out the Grishams, Clancys, Crichtons, Kings, and other vastly popular prose fictions on its fiction bestseller list, the Potter volumes will...
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posted by GoodPunchMione
I honestly don't hate, dislike, like or love Twilight. It's just neutral with me. I never really had any problem with it until I saw an article saying that Harry Potter copied Twilight. The person who wrote it also went so far as to say that J.K. Rowling is ugly and that Stephenie Meyer is the pretty one. It just irked me, because the looks don't even matter (they're both equal too) and it's not a valid point.

She said something about Sirius Black being copied from Jacob Black - who is commonly described as a big wolf in his werewolf form. And Sirius (she spelled it as 'Serious'. I laughed...
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posted by FishermansWife
I've read plenty of arguments stating that Bella Swan is anything but a normal teenager. But, if we skip the whole supernatural love triangle part of the series (Which, granted, is most of it) the question remains: Is Bella Swan a normal teenager?

Lets take a look at the average teenager. More often than not, teenagers are stubborn, make bad choices, and consider themselves the center of the universe. I'm not intending to insult anyone here, this is what I have observed. We don't do it all the time though, other times we can be selfless, make great choices, and happy. We also sometimes go through...
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