Saturday, July 19, 2008

Quote of the Day

Bella: "Why am I covered in feathers?"

Sounds kinky to me...

Source

11 enjoyed the bouquet.:

Jes said...

or, alice added abit to the wedding dress?

Ryah said...

I like to think Alice had better fashion sense then feathers on a wedding dress.

Maybe an April Fools joke?
They drugged her to tar and feather her?

Kari said...

A side effect to becoming a vampire? BellaBird?

Ryah said...

Trying to disguise her as a bird so the Volturi can't find her?

Corinne said...

Ok, so last night I was looking at the usual sites. TM's had this quote up at 10:28 when the Lex nor SM had theirs up. Where are these people getting their awesome info?

As for feathers, I have no idea what they could be talking about. A Halloween costume?

heatheryruth said...

HAHA! Feathers! Maybe she's starting her own "pack" we've got vamps and werewolves...why not killer chickens!!

Mariah said...

This quote could come from a number of things...but my favorite idea is after she is changed...she and Edward have moved to Antarctica and she since she is so "new" she has forgotten that lunch was PENGUINS.

That or Alice has for some unknown reason added feathers to the dress, but I think her taste in fashion is better than that!

Or, maybe, it’s Halloween! lol.

Jes said...

Mariah- that is great! Penguins. Lovely.

Mariah said...

Jes, thanks! After I read the quote, it was like a movie played out in my mind... Bella asking Edward why she was covered in feathers, he telling her she hunted Penguins for lunch... she can't remember because she still gets "sick" at the sight of blood and "passes out" or the vampire version of that. When she "came to", she recalled the first conversation she and Edward had about penguins, when Edward had thought about the possibility of hunting them.

Erin said...

Bella waking up at the Cullen's after Alice and Rosalie have a pillowfight over who gets to do her wedding makeup?

Though I looove the penguin idea...

Erin said...

Or, cough cough, I wouldn't mind Edward in an apron and a featherduster, either.

ahahahahahahahahahaa