Guyism.com has put together a list of lessons to learn from fictional boyfriends that women love. And Edward Cullen is on the list at #2.
Twilight not only filled the void Buffy the Vampire Slayer left behind, but it set precedent as grown women (WTF mom!) openly took part in this rampant fangirldom. The reason for this madness can be attributed to the paranormal love triangle involving a girl, a vampire and a werewolf. It’s a testament to a woman’s desire for the best of both worlds from their partners, sensitivity and beast-like manliness. But we all know real monsters don’t fall in love (have you seen Kanye’s music video for “Monster”?).
Lesson learned: Edward drives girls crazy because he knows how to play the game. He doesn’t immediately give her what she wants and he always looks slightly pissed off. These two elements combined afford him an air of mystery, arousing the ladies while steering him clear of the dreaded friend zone. A quick and easy way to achieve this effect is by quickly climbing up a tree (as Edward does), turning back only to look down at your girl with cold disapproval.
I for one disagree w/this assesment of Edward. How about everyone else?