In Twilight, why does Edward call his sparkly skin "the skin of a killer" when it's actually the skin of a unicorn?


Because from nature he is a vampire and used to quench their thirst of blood he killed many peoples in in this sense he called himself "skin of killer"

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Because he's a vampire, and vampires are killers by nature, he's pointing out the irony of that beautiful shiny skin being the skin of such an evil creature.

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