harry potter vs crepúsculo 1000 Reasons Why Harry Potter Is Better Than Twilight

lauracullen66 posted on Aug 27, 2009 at 01:29PM
just start at one and see if you can get 1000

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hace más de un año CheekyCheese said…
KOF saying to me - 'You can't boo me cuz I like Twilight' and 'For all you know it could be amazing'(Yeah Right)

(I haven't read Twilight, I hope I never do)
hace más de un año CheekyCheese said…
New Page!!
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
Hmmm. I dunno these chemical things. Lol I'm only 13.
hace más de un año CheekyCheese said…
@GD, I have NO IDEA either! Tee hee
hace más de un año Italktosnakes said…
big smile
I JUST BOUGHT MY PROM DRESS :D X
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
All I know is the element song.
hace más de un año CheekyCheese said…
Does anyone have an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad? If you do get the Bakery Story app and add AmberHarryPotter as your neighbour
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
GD, I though you were a lot older than me, we're actually really close in age.
hace más de un año Quaila said…
Lol, my apologies guys. He was suggesting that Edward gets rid of the water he takes in with the blood by sweating. However, as demostrated above, the energy that would take even to sweat away 50% of it could lift me 18 kilometres into the air... -.-'.

hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
I don't get chemistry either. It's my worst science (got 83% last year, which is still good but not as good as Bio and Physics). Plus, I have a sucky teacher who complicates everything this year. :(
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
ORLY? how old did you think I was?
hace más de un año CheekyCheese said…
Accio, Can you post a picture of it?
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
I get sweating and stuff, though. Biology is my scientific strength. :)
hace más de un año Quaila said…
I'm a 20 year old chemical engineering student, such ignorance as KOF demonstrated to me was offensive. Besides, I loved quoting my textbooks at him. xD
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
Wtf, i never said Edward sweats
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
Speak of the devil xD
hace más de un año Quaila said…
Well, do enlighten me O Great One, how does Edward get rid of excess water then?
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
I'm a 14 year old...person.
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
@youknowit: HAI!!!!!!!!1111!!! I luv TWITLITE lolololol.
@GD: Seventeen or so. Haha.
hace más de un año CheekyCheese said…
Anyway, going now. Wanna watch EastEnders
hace más de un año Quaila said…
By the way, I refuse to acknowledge the "disappearing water hypothesis", since it violates the Second Law of Thermodynamics, since it states that energy (thereby matter according to Einstein's matter-energy equivalency theory) cannot be destroyed nor created.
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hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
What? Seventeen? Haha, oldest I got was 19.
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
How about you explain the existence of vampires first?
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
Simple. The Ones That Must be Kept. :)
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
I'm within a year of you. No offense, this should be really cool to you, but you seem like an adult.
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
New page.
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
I would estimate that the water decomposes into it's original elements, hydrogen and oxygen, and they go to wherever the body needs them
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
Lol, I wish. If I were an adult, no school! D:<
hace más de un año Quaila said…
How about you stopping this childisness? Vampirism can be attributed to a lot of mental disorders, like porphyria, incidentally, there's the vampire bats of South America.
However, you argued that Edward got rid of his excess water by burning it, which I refuted. Now you're attacking me with a red herring (explain rationally how the existence or non-existence of vampires has any goddamn bearing on how Edward rids himself of excess water), again.
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
Why (and how) does it decompose?
hace más de un año 1-2vampire said…
Hola :D I am getting this awesome jumper ;D
I'm wearing it to Eurodisney and everyone is just going to stare. I love being a nerd; all the "populars" (orange girls and guys with too much gel in their hair) give me evils and I just wave :)
It was like the cinema when I watched Narnia and the guy who was a dragon turns back into a person and he goes "I'M A BOY AGAIN!" and I screamed PINNOCHIO! and the whole cinema stared at me and I waved at them all.
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
Hey vamp. Sounds awesome- what jumper is it?
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
You mean Eustace Scrubb?
hace más de un año 1-2vampire said…
Alex, YEAH! It was funny.
And Miss, a gryffindor one ;D
link

:D x
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
I'm saying there's no standard scientific explanation to explain what happend to the excess water inside of mythical creatures because no scientist can conduct an experiment.
They're not real, it doesn't happen. Now you're pissed at me because I made a wild guess? What the hell?

I don't know how it decomposes. Maybe the venom tears the molecule apart.
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
heart
WANT
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
I think she is expecting that, if you are going to argue that Twilight makes scientific sense, you will have scientific theories that back up what you are saying.
hace más de un año Quaila said…
By the Holy Roman Emperor's boots KOF, you blew yourself out of the water, pun intended.
To decompose water to hydrogen and oxygen, one requires +286 000 Joules of energy, which equals raising the temperature to above 4500 degrees Kelvin, that's only for mere 18 grammes. Where is that energy coming from huh? By the way, for a comparison, to raise a fork loaded with food to your mouth from a table requires 50 Joules.
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
Youknowit, just please stop it, I'm sorry, but I've already walked into a few of your arguments.
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
Actually, there is photosensitivity, a skin disorder that makes your skin burn in sunlight....
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
From being a vampire
hace más de un año MissKnowItAll said…
O.o It may be time to admit defeat, KOF.
hace más de un año jodarchy said…
twilight makes no scientific sense whatsoever
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
True, Joda. True.
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
You don't know the temperature of venom. How do you know it's not above 4500 degrees Kelven? You don't know what a vampire's internal body heat is. It's probably different than a human's
hace más de un año 1-2vampire said…
Twilight goes against all laws of physics.

:)
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stop it, stop it, stop! Really!
hace más de un año youknowit101 said…
Hey dog kid, if you don't like my words, try to ignore them.
hace más de un año GemonkDruid said…
While YKI (and Cassie) have good explanations to Twilight plotholes, I for one want Meyer to explain her books.
hace más de un año alexthedog said…
angry
Dog kid?!?!? Are you kidding me?
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