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    Default Re: I hate it when fictional love triangles don't work out the way I want!

    Quote Originally Posted by Youngmummy2bee View Post
    I hated love triangles a lot. Sookie stackhouse, bill Compton and Eric northman for example. Yes not a book but still very frustrating. And yes Harry potter one was frustrating too!!
    It's a book too. And in the book it's not so much a love "triangle" as a love hexagon. Lol.

    Actually annoys me greatly the whole all the supernatural guys falling for sookie. I mean really?!

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    Default Re: I hate it when fictional love triangles don't work out the way I want!

    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    It's a book too. And in the book it's not so much a love "triangle" as a love hexagon. Lol.

    Actually annoys me greatly the whole all the supernatural guys falling for sookie. I mean really?!

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    I say Bugger all of them, I would have chosen Quin for sure!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renesme View Post
    I think it was good the way it worked out.Why should Harmione get with Harry? She was never inlove with him.. she was always inlove with Ron.
    I prefer relationships built on mutual respect, trust and understanding than stupid bickering and heated arguments.

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    I'm glad I am not alone in my hatred of the ending of HG!

    I do agree the writing was very very simple... but I think the story itself was great, so I was okay with the very basic style in which it was written. It's meant for teenagers, and hey, if it encourages them to read, then YAY!

    I think I would have been far happier if she just ended up alone... and without the stupid epilogue. That ruined it even more.

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    Default I hate it when fictional love triangles don't work out the way I want!

    I really liked the books but the movie OMG it was AWFUL. DH hasn't read the books o had a hard time following the movie as it doesn't really develop the characters and I was getting frustrated telling him all the info that the movie was missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sariele View Post
    I prefer relationships built on mutual respect, trust and understanding than stupid bickering and heated arguments.
    because teenage relationships are always totally mature
    I choose to believe that they grew into each other and matured and developed. but no, i wouldn't expect 15year olds to automatically have a perfect relationship.

    plus, bickering and arguments are a fact of life. even when there is mutual respect, trust and understanding present.

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    DP and I have never really had a REAL fight. It's usually just small tedious arguements and bickering. lol.

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    Default Re: I hate it when fictional love triangles don't work out the way I want!

    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    I really liked the books but the movie OMG it was AWFUL. DH hasn't read the books o had a hard time following the movie as it doesn't really develop the characters and I was getting frustrated telling him all the info that the movie was missing.
    I actually quite liked the movie, I think its one of the best book to movie transitions I've seen - way better than the twilight movies etc. My husband hasnt read the books and he thought it was a great movie too.


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    Default Re: I hate it when fictional love triangles don't work out the way I want!

    Yeah I actually liked the movie too, and it's not in any genre I usually watch set all

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