Okay, we know that Rosalie is a real ... well, you know ... in fact, you've just left me a review on a little story from her perspective that I've written telling me exactly what she is.
She's just so difficult and just really a pain in the ... well, you know ... to be around or to have a conversation or to coerce into agreeing to a course of action ...
R: "But that's just wrong! Have you considered that ..."The irony of it all? She's always right about the problems coming up, but nobody every acknowledges that or thanks her.
Everybody: "Rosalie, just shut up, okay? We're trying to get this done here!"
R: "Even if it's wrong, and I'll never agree to it?"
R: "Hm. Associating with a human girl? Doesn't anybody else see a problem here?"... then James, then the Volturi, show up.
Everybody: "NO! For crying out loud, Rosalie, give it a rest! Sulky Edward's happy ... finally! Besides what could possibly happen?"
When did anybody ever say: "Hey, Rosalie was right all along! Maybe we should listen to her next time"?
No, they don't say that. They say: "Hey, let's turn Bella before she has a baby, because ... how could she have one, anyway?"
Then the baby is on its (her, in this case) way. And Rosalie says, "I'm standing by Bella on this one, too. I don't care if I have to stand against the whole world: I'm standing by what's right."
And everybody's furious because Rosalie, again, is standing in the way of what everybody wants to do to Bella and the baby: a baby that nobody wants ... besides Bella, but who cares about what she wants, anyway? She's just a stupid human after all.
A baby that nobody wants ... that is, until the baby shows up. Do they thank Rosalie then?
No. "Oh, Rosalie's hogging the baby, playing mommy ... when do I get my turn?"
What a pain in the ...
Why does she always have to block what we want to do?
Why is she such a bitc-... well, you know.
Why is she always right?