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Shallow, Part II

Apparently this one's the real deal. What do you think?

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  1. That's a lot of *smoldering* going on there, on all parts.

    It is just begging me to put little talk bubbles in it, though . . .

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  2. It really is, isn't it? And it is positively calling out for talk bubbles, Maggie.

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  3. I would sooo love to see what Maggie would come up with for this one!

    Blissfully, I remain in the minority: I so heart Jacob. Even if Taylor isn't the Jacob in my head. (Ah, did that sound weird?)

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  4. You made me do it, Angie. I'm blaming you. And you, Chelle.

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  5. Chelle, there is no weird anymore when it comes to the Twilightverse. And Jacob is most wonderful.

    Maggie, New Moon talk bubbles FTW!

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  6. Pretty good - even though I am not on Team Jacob I think Taylor will do a good job.

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  7. MarnieColette, I agree. I was happy they kept him.

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  8. I like Taylor as Jacob. I can reconcile him with my imaginary one. It is a good poster.

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  9. Shallow, yet pretty. I likie. That is some serious fog going on. I'm excited to see Jacob in this one thought.

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  10. JennyGirl, I know. I could tell right away I liked him. So what if he's not tall? :)

    Liza, me too. The 3 of them like that--it works.

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  11. I love it. And thank heavens for a little love for Team Jacob.

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  12. Janssen, to quote Jessica, "I know, right?"

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