What is pop-culture
you say. Well pop culture, short for popular culture, describes the lifestyle and tastes of the majority of mostly younger people. Music by people like
Britney Spears and Hillary Duff are examples of pop culture, as is emo
and prep. Pop culture changes with the youth of the world.
Does 'Twilight' fit into this description? We think so and MTV has listed Edward's proposal a pop-culture event in time. Will men be mimicing the way Edward proposed to Bella?? It's possible that the onscreen proposal may be engraved in the minds of females and males for a long time? I can just see it now...."I promise to love you everyday of forever," as a real man's opening line to a real life proposal to his real life girlfriend.
OR MTV has some thoughts as what a guy could do...
The easiest "Twilight
proposal (come on, you knew we'd go there!) would be taking your lucky
Twilighter girlfriend to Port Angeles, Wash., and dining at Bella Italia
where Bella and Edward had their first date. After buying her a plate
of mushroom ravioli (and only ordering a Coke for yourself), how could
she possibly say no when you pop the question? Sure, Edward didn't
propose to Bella there, but Bella Italia is one of the few locations in
the books that actually exists in real life.
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