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Vocabulario: adjective 3: palidecer; falta de intensidad del color; incoloro o blanquecino

Vocabulario: adjective 3: palidecer; falta de intensidad del color; incoloro o blanquecino

Edward Cullen

"Bella Swan, you give me everything just by breathing." - Edward Cullen, New Moon

BD2 Edward

BD2 Edward

Vocabulario: verbo 1: acompañara; para ir desde el principio o en compañía con; Únete en acción:

Vocabulario: verbo 1: acompañara; para ir desde el principio o en compañía con; Únete en acción:

Nice smile

Nice smile

Vampire Edward Cullen played by Robert Pattinson. Twilight (2008)

The Twilight Saga on

Vampire Edward Cullen played by Robert Pattinson. Twilight I know it's supposedly uncool to like Twilight, but I'm a sucker for good looking vampires.

Картинки по запросу фото нечисти

Картинки по запросу фото нечисти

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Fan Art of Edwrad for fans of Edward Cullen.

My personal favorite just love is crooked smile

Rob Pattinson as Edward                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Edward Cullen is always in my mind Pattinson

Now Robert Pattinson is good looking, don't get me wrong, but I have a crush on the character he plays Edward Cullen of the Twilight book series!!  If only all men could be as chivelrous!

Melhor ator: romance Robert Pattinson, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part

.Robert Pattinson....love his smile

Inspiring image rob pattz, robert pattinson, spunk ransom - Resolution - Find the image to your taste

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part The Twilight Saga Edward Cullen

2008 Twilight ~ Edward Cullen

2008 Twilight ~ Edward Cullen

♥♥ Edward Cullen Loveee!!!

♥♥ Edward Cullen Loveee!!!

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““This was the face a man would have if he were burning at the stake. For a moment I couldn’t speak. It was too real, this face—I’d seen a shadow of it in the house, seen it in her eyes and his, but.