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18 July 2008 @ 09:48 am
#016: quote interpretation  
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Prompt: Quote Interpretation (interpret the following, taken from Haunted, by Chuck Palahniuk, however you like):

"It's not wooden stakes that kill vampires. It's all the emotional baggage and letdowns they have to carry around century after century."

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Yawnk: Jakesavannahjan on July 18th, 2008 05:16 pm (UTC)
The Decision was Made; Jacob; PG
Jacob was uncertain as to when he’d made the decision. Just outside of Forks? In Canada? The run home? But the decision was made; there was no going back. Wasn’t that what Bella had taught him? Once a decision is made, no matter what, you stick to it. Even if you love someone else. Jake’s decision would kill Bella. But it had to be done. In the real world, wooden sticks didn’t kill vampires; werewolves did. Jacob was returning to Forks to do just that. To kill Edward. To hurt Bella. But he had no choice; the decision was made.