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This is a discussion on ENFJ's and twilight within the ENFJ Forum - The Givers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by OCDTC12 I love Twilight! Edward is definitely an ENFJ, so maybe that's one reason I can relate ...
My sister was very into the series, so I figured I'd see for myself what the big deal was. I read maybe 30 pages, thought "What IS this shit?", and closed the book for good.
It makes me feel good though, because I'd like to be a published author myself someday. And I like to think I have some amount of talent. So if she could do it with no writing ability at all, I must have a pretty decent chance.
I love twilight, the victories over all odds, the love, the giving and caring personality (while being over protective and worried) of Edward.... #sigh#
the series was good! i like "the host" much more!! im obsessed with "the host"
I was never interested in the series. I'm still not. The codependency of the characters seems ridiculous to me. Also, vampires bore me. I did see the second movie with my brother (not sure why he wanted to see it) and I thought it was very slow and that the characters were uninteresting. That being said, I think the book serves it's purpose and I'm definitely not a twihater.
I have never read any of the books. lol
I liked it before it was popular. When I got down from my Twilight-high, I realized that there really wasn't much that I liked about the series except for this seemingly "perfect" vampire. I also have issues with some of the logic used in the last book.
Next time, I'll take a vampire who doesn't sparkle.
(I know, I know. Not an ENFJ. But I have invaded anyway.)
I haven't read the books, but the films are god-awful.
For the group its designed for its probably really popular but for me I really don't like the idea of having vampires that won't burn up in the sun. I've never read the books but I have seen both movies, for the first one a good friend of mine recommend to watch the first I did and thought some of the actions taken didn't flow with how people normally react to things. For the second I watched it just because I thought a few scenes with werewolves would take away from the parts I disliked in the first, unfortunately it wasn't enough and I learned the main girl needs therapy (the whole jumping from a cliff scene into the ocean).
You could say the twilight series is ok but the one series with vampires I like are True Blood or Hellsing.
LOL HAHAHAHA Edward is most definitly an INFP. He's the tortured soul. The self deprecating beautiful bastard. And so is the actor who plays him. It's so obvious you can't ignore it lol.
I read the books, loved them for about 3 months, went back to read them again, realized i was on drugs for the last 3 months and wanted to spoon my eyes out with a hot one.
Stephanie Myers should never be allowed near a flipping pencil or dictionary or computer or paper EVER again. She's horrible.
And thank you hollywood for encouraging and exposing the youthful people of the world and our society and lonely old moms to obsess over this ridiculous, controlling, unrealistic person/corpse named Edward Cullen. It's one of the most degrading books I've ever read in my life. And I can say that. I work in a book store and I've read a LOT of books.
After Twilight came out, I seriously questioned the ideas and logic of the studios. Then again, it's hard to make a good movie out of a terribly written book with awful actors.