Hi in answer to your question, which I've removed from the discussion, as its not appropriate to the game, as there was already a Breaking Dawn discussion in the first place. To have to many discussions about the same thing, people get confused and the more they can't see, the more discussions get opened up about the same thing. So there are reasons for it and its nothing personal. Please can we keep all discussions to the main discussions just not individual ones. Ideally there should be just one discussion for each film, so it keeps it all in one place. I hope you understand and see the logic in it. Noodles :)
Dear Mz T,
You make excellent points.
Thanks you for the follow up, Doc
PS. In the discussion, I said that Sam and Leah had a love bond. He of course lost interest in her when he imprinted on Emily. We know that Leah suffered after Sam lost interest in her. Bella and Edward's bond was so intense that both of them went into deep depressions for months. Bella rejected the idea of commiting suicide out of her concerns for Charlie. And Edward did accept death when he "learned" that Bella was "dead." It was for those reasons that I presumed that the intensity of Sam and Leah's love bond was not as strong as Edwards and Bella's. But you make a good point rendering opinions on the intensity of a love bonds is more subjective in nature than objective.
Dear Mz Twilight
This question was from Professor's essay. The truth is that I haven't thought what my personal opinions are. I agree with you.
The only question I have is, is imprinting stronger than a love bond. There are love bonds and there are love bonds. For example Sam and Layla's bond was not as intense as Edward's and Bella's. I will have to ponder some more, Thank you for sharing with us Doc.
lolol girl you head ain good. and he no want you and stop hating on every girl he act with lol and me and you going go watch remember me eh. I need to see this movie! I guess I would not be too excited to see it if it was'nt Rob as the star :)