Thursday, March 8, 2007

If Boo Isn't a Pediphile Perhaps a Vampire

Boo is the undead.

16 comments:

LordsOfSalem said...

Boo never comes out of the house, most likely because of sunlight. He also killed his Dad. Maybe he was just hungry and needed fresh blood to survive. The evidence is all here.

Emily Osment said...

Wow! Where to start! This definately has to be the wierdest post I have ever read! No offense! I think your imagination ran a little wild today! I DISAGREE WITH YOU TOTALLY! I mean it really isn't even logical! I don't think their is any evidence to support your thought. I just think Boo is shy and is not used to being outside during the daytime hours because thats when everyone is around. Don't you think a vampire would go out during the daytime as a normal person, to see who he/she wants to take home with them that night! They want to be able to have someone to fufill their vampire needs, and since he doesn't go out during the daytime at all, I find that a little difficult!

Emily Osment said...
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Emily Osment said...

I am responding to my last comment because I am dumb and I just realized that vampires in fact do sleep during the day. Meaning that they couldn't go out and choose someone to fufill their vampire needs, but that is totally beside the point. I still think you are way off!

Ichigo said...

Why is the possiblity of Boo being a vampire so farfetched. It is a work of fiction is it not? He shows all the symptoms never out in daytime, out and about at night, creepy, and he sneaks around peoples windows (supposedly). Vampires infected the deep south in those days, who do you think brought the south down during the war, it was those darn Republican Vampires.

Imoen said...

Pardon me for interrupting this comedic banter, but I must! There can be no speculations that Boo is a vampire! He would be if, in fact, this were a poorly written soap-opera of a book! If you believe that this is such a book I would advise you to start taking the proper dosage of your medication(which you've either overdosed on or neglected completely) and start back at chapter one!!! As to vampires invading the south during the civil war, I highly doubt that, and would need proof of such an embellished and heinous theory!Proof enough that he is not a vampire is that vampires supposedly cast no shadow and the book clearly states that Boo casts a shadow upon his porch and a vampire cannot enter a house unless invited, thus he could not prey upon the townsfolk who are safely inside their homes. Thus I rest my case.

Loopfruit said...

Wow....

floridaprincess said...

In response to the original post...are you serious???

Carl said...

Maybe

Imoen said...

NO CARL!!! No maybe!!! Trust this archmage, there is no possible way that Boo is a vampire !!! It is in all respects impossible!! The proof is in my last post, he absolutely cannot be a vampire! Are you sure that you took your medication?!?

CaptainCrunch said...

Haha I agree with most of the comments here, I think you're just fishing for things that are far from reality. At least its funny i guess. But no i definitely don't think that he is a vampire OR a pediphile, however you do have a very creative imagination I'll give you that. Boo is just a troubled kid who should have received help along time ago and been let out of the house a little more, thats all.

honey said...

Ummm, I think we should move on..really, because this isn't an important part of the book.

Princess Ariel said...

Boo is not a vampire...haha Why does everyone always think that Boo is some scary creature, or a pediphile? It's not true...lol. Boo Radley is just a lonely guy who is misunderstood... He doesn't suck blood

PrincessJasmine said...

So true ariel sooo true... why must everyone ( mostly the boys ) assume that he is some kind of beast? I know! Its becaue they wanted to get some easy points for publishing a picture post. Power to you...but i disagree.

Mrs. S says... said...

Lord of Salem,
Please provide textual evidence for your claim!

Benjamin Disraeli said...

As ridiculous as it seems it almost seems possible