Before I had any right to dismiss Twihards or criticize the psychologically unhealthy relationship model that Bella Swan and Edward Cullen present, I felt obliged to read the books. So I did. All four novels, one novella, and an incomplete document in portable format. The content lived down to my expectations, but I was unprepared for how poorly crafted the saga is. Contact: reasoningwithvampires@gmail.com

4th April 2011

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Tagged: Next time you feel ill, don't add insult to injury.FAQaskcommonly misused wordstext entrytext postThe rest of it? Totally possible.

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  5. hothotpot said: Although it may be worth pointing out that it is still a slightly awkward choice on Smeyer’s part. It is so absolutely correct and seems rather out of character Mike. Most people I know would say nauseas, and they are much smarter than Mike/Smeyer.
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  8. a-muppet-of-a-melody said: The misuse of nauseous is one of my biggest pet peeves.
  9. solo1y said: There is some debate because it can be very confusing. I tried to make it easy: solo1y.livejournal.com/… (number 5). I may have failed.
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  11. puzzlepiecesoflife said: merriam-webster.com/dic… actually, nauseous can be used in either context. I believe you are thinking of nauseating versus nauseated.
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    A lot of people make this mistake. *nodnod*
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    Damn. I’ve been using that incorrectly for years.
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    farrellanna, the reason why “nauseated” feels wrong to you is because it’s not part of your personal vocabulary. That’s...
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