'86 Rabbit

A FANGirl's Forkstress of Solitude

Interesting Story

I came across this fanfic while tag surfing for Twilight stuff. At least I hope it’s fanfic and not a cry for relationship help in fanfic clothing. It’s a Twi-related Choose Your Own Adventure story essentially. The writer gives us a dialogue set 10 years from now in which a man has just found out he’s his wife’s Jacob, not her Edward. Check it out.

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March 25, 2009 - Posted by | Bella Swan, Breaking Dawn, Eclipse, Edward Cullen, Essays, New Moon, Twilight, Twilighters | , , , , , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. thanks for the link!

    It’s not a cry for relationship help (or a fanfic) – it’s just an extension of our general “things my roommate said” blog – basically ridiculous scenarios we think of and then expand upon… Thanks for finishing the adventure!

    ps T said if she didn’t have an Edward in mind, she would never leave her Jacob.

    Comment by H | March 25, 2009 | Reply

  2. That sounds like an interesting story from a different point of view

    Oh and Congratulations! I’m giving you this award!

    http://twilog.wordpress.com/2009/03/25/id-like-to-thank-you-all-of-you-reading-right-now/

    Comment by jonettecullen | March 25, 2009 | Reply

  3. @H – I’m glad to hear it’s a ridiculous scenario. In that case consider me more entertained than concerned. Kudos to T. He CAN only be her Jacob if there is an Edward. If everyone else pales in comparison, he is in fact her Edward. Imagining there MAY be someone more sparkly out there doesn’t count.

    @Jonette – Thanks so much!

    Comment by '86 Rabbit | March 25, 2009 | Reply


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