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JarethsGirl
(stardust savant)
01/29/07 05:48 AM
Fictional Characters You Could See Yourself Loving  

This is not solely about sexual attraction, it is also about compatibility... Which fictional character would you settle down with in a cozy New Hampshire cottage in a heartbeat, based on what you've learned about said character from the TV show, comic book, Disney movie, etc., that he/she has been portrayed in?



My perfect man would be Mr. Spock, for the following reasons:

He's of superior intelligence, he's always honest, he has "Jareth" brows, I think pointy ears are kinda cute, he's tall and slinky, he has great posture and I like how he glides around the Starship, making him smile would feel like a really huge accomplishment every time, he's at least half human - which is more than I can say for most guys, he's not a pretty boy like Captain Kirk with his subtle eyeliner, bronzed muscles, and two strategically-placed whisps of gelled hair draped over his forehead, he's good with kids (okay, that's Leonard Nimoy, but whatever), he's a musician, if he's ever away on business - there's always his evil goateed counterpart to "keep me company," and last but not least, it would be really really challenging to get him to love me back, and I like a good challenge.

Oh, and also, he can take down a 200 lb. humanoid (regular guy in a glittery jacket and weird hat) just by locking his fingers and thumb over dude's neck and applying minimal pressure. Imagine how he could apply those skills in the bedroom... I do. Often. (I call it the Vulvan Nerve Pinch.)

"And don't call us Maltesers." - Marquis

Monkeyboy
(band intro)
01/29/07 06:12 AM
Re: Fictional Characters You Could See Yourself Lo new [re: JarethsGirl]  

I totally have the hots for Shelly Johnson from Twin Peaks. While this is a purely physical thing, I find it important to point out that the chicks I tend to get invoved with have more in common with her character than I ever really see coming. So...that's fun.

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RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
01/29/07 06:14 AM
Re: Fictional Characters You Could See Yourself Lo new [re: JarethsGirl]  

Tony Montana. You bitches can wrap your feeble little minds around that one.

edit: I know Tony's a bit shy on boinking men so God's a good, versatile alternative. Just make sure it's the guy from the Old Testament.

I don't get along with myself
And I'm not too keen on anyone else

Edited by RabbitFighter on 01/29/07 06:18 AM (server time).



Starlite
(acolyte)
01/29/07 06:20 AM
Re: Fictional Characters You Could See Yourself Loving new [re: JarethsGirl]  

I kinda have a lust-fueled crush on Dr. Chase from House M.D. He's a bit of a jerk, but when has that stopped me before? He's prettttyyyy. And I'm shallow sometimes (often). We could have a brief marriage full of sex and bickering leading to a nasty divorce and restraining orders.

When I was little, I used to have a huge crush on Scott Bacula's character from Quantum Leap. I suppose that's not a bad choice--smart, sensitive, faithful, sweet and all that. And he crossdresses a lot.

Bah, it's been a while since any tv or book character really caught my imagination, though.

Book-wise, and based on not terribly exciting compatibility parameters, I'd say Richard Mayhew from Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere. He's a cutie, he's laid back, he's empathetic and loyal, he has a pretty good sense of humor and is all puppy like, and sounds like he rather looks like Neil himself from his description. And he's up for chasing girls dressed in Victorian castoffs through underground passageways, so you know, that would make for good friday nights.

Y'know, Kate, this would be a whole lot easier if you asked instead about which characters we can't help fancying but know they'd realistically be all wrong for relationships.



JarethsGirl
(stardust savant)
01/29/07 06:29 AM
God really broke the Muld when he made you new [re: Starlite]  

Nice choice on Scott Bakula, but I'd definitely have to go with Hugh Laurie if we're picking House characters to play house with. I'd marry the morphine-addicted, snarky, insensitive genius on the show, and I'd also marry the man he portrayed himself as from his Golden Globe acceptance speech, alone - flippant, fun, clever and cool as hell.

I had a mega crush on Mulder when I was younger... And, I say that as if things have changed...

"And don't call us Maltesers." - Marquis

Starlite
(acolyte)
01/29/07 06:35 AM
Re: God really broke the Muld when he made you new [re: JarethsGirl]  

Oh, mind you, of course everyone's in love with House, but he's so messed up that I thought your "compatibility" thing ruled him out at once.

Interestingly enough, Chase's wikipedia entry says that "has been called by some a 'Mini-House,' for various reasons, mostly because they look so much alike," and for some similarities of temperament. Uh. I don't see much physical resemblance personally, but if this is so, I do not mind! That way I can have Chase now, and House in 20 years.



JarethsGirl
(stardust savant)
01/29/07 06:42 AM
Re: God really broke the Muld when he made you new [re: Starlite]  

Yeah, I don't see the resemblance, either. I think Hugh Laurie is way hotter.

Another fictional character I'd marry would be Jeff Goldblum in every role he's ever played. Even as the Fly.

"And don't call us Maltesers." - Marquis

Cookie_Monster
(grinning soul)
01/29/07 06:54 AM
"F" is for "Furry Friends" new [re: JarethsGirl]  

I would love to love Elmo! He is yum!


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JarethsGirl
(stardust savant)
01/29/07 07:44 AM
I'm such a starfucker new [re: Cookie_Monster]  

Okay, we're friends now. I've totally done the deed with Elmo, and he's even more of a jackhammer "in the plush" than his mass-produced "Tickle Me" version.. I happen to know from experience.

Don't judge me.

P.S. Nine inches.... I know, I couldn't believe it at first, either, but that's how long a distance he can shoot.

"And don't call us Maltesers." - Marquis

Cookie_Monster
(grinning soul)
01/29/07 08:04 AM
"H" is for Really Really Hot! new [re: JarethsGirl]  

I can hook you up with Snuffie! If you don't mind a little bit of Maria Juice!


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