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Is it true that Louis ma---I mean, "Still whining, Louis? I've had to listen to that for centuries!"
by queenfreaky (queenfreaky)
at December 19th, 2008 (10:20 pm)
bored

current mood: bored

Okay, so I've been around the 'net recently, google-ing random things when I'm supposed to be writing my term papers...and came upon a surprising question... Whereas I have no doubt about who would win, I would love to hear what you have to say.

So, who would win in an epic, all-out battle between... Lestat and Edward Cullen?

Sincerily (or not so much so),
Queen Freaky

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Posted by: ((Anonymous))
Posted at: December 28th, 2008 03:42 am (UTC)
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Dear Lestat, Louis and anyone else who wishes to answer.

I've been going quite mad lately with the longning to become an immortal undead creature. I know what you'll probably say- it's not all it seems, you don't know what you want, blah blah blah, but just hear me out.
I never used to be afraid of death, but one day, it just hit me like some blue lightning bolt and left me insane, shivering and terrified. We don't know after all, what happens to us after we die...what if NOTHING happens? What if we just pass into complete non-existance with no meaning, no senses and no awareness, like a dreamless sleep? Now that scares me...true, I wouldn't be aware of my meaningless existance but that wouldn't make it any less real. I don't want to die. I don't want to risk becoming nothing.
If God exists and Judgment Day indeed arrives, I will beg for forgivness and if not accepted, I will accept my punishment. But if there is no God and death is indeed a meaningless abyss, then aren't I safe?
Cowerdice, plain and simple this is, I know...but I cannot risk something like this, especially as I take risks practiaclly every day of my life.
Please, I beg you. Give me immortality. I won't regret it and if I do, it's not your problem, it's mine.
Please?

Love From Bella Lillyhite

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