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Twilight's Bella Swan Needs SAVING!! WATCH Protection Parody HERE!

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Oh Bella, you delicate pre-vampire flower!

While it's obvious that Edward and Jacob are SUPER protective of their awkward, bumbling ladylove throughout Stephenie Meyer's fantastical saga, the emphasis that the Twilight books put on making sure the character of Bella is harm-free only becomes SUPER apparent when watching the AWEsome Save Bella super-cut (above)!

The video — compiled from all Twilight movies pre Breaking Dawn - Part 2 — is HIGHlarious, but also rather disturbing!! Bella is actually kind of a lame heroine, who is constantly victimized and completely depends on others to make sure she's ok!

Ah well, we guess that's why Mz. Meyer made her into a vamper for the last part of her final novel…

At least now Bella is supernaturally strong so that she can save herself FOR ONCE!

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2 comments to “Twilight's Bella Swan Needs SAVING!! WATCH Protection Parody HERE!”



  1. 1

    um….if a normal human being is about to be attacked or threatened by SUPERNATURAL beings….then wouldn't they HAVE TO BE PROTECTED BY OTHER SUPERNATURAL BEINGS????????? I mean, what is she gonna do? fight them off with her scrawny arms and a can of mace? The hero part is meant to be about her human-ness. She's a normal, unremarkable girl who confronts very frightening situations, right? That's what it seemed like to me any way.



  2. 2

    Kind of lame? KIND OF? Not only is she the least inspiring female lead ever, but she's a complete and obvious Mary Sue of the terrible author, who's clearly trying to rewrite her own pathetic teen years. Bleh. Kind of.