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Mabus
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Bizarrely enough, I had a crush on Joni Harper, the villain of a Christopher Pike horror novel, back in high school. (Not even human, mentally and spiritually, and a dangerous murderer.)
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[ROFL] Zotto
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ShadowKitty from X-Men.
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Clint Eastwood, Patrick Swayze, Johnny Depp, the character of Aragorn. Now you all know how old I am. [Blushing]
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From my remembrance, you're 110 years old, UTAH.
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Elizabeth
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Teshi,

Prince Caspian is SO hot!!

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What a great thread! [Big Grin]

My biggest fictional crushes:

Ender (what can I say?)
Harry Potter (yeah, pretty silly, but true)
Sirius Black
Gilbert Blythe
Captain Jack Sparrow [Evil]
Johnny Depp in most of his other roles [Wink] (though not in real life...he smokes)
Shane West in A Walk to Remember
Pete in Win a Date with Tad Hamilton (way to mention him, kidyanna!)
Prince Jonathan from Song of the Lioness by Tamora Pierce (I totally agree, Teshi!)
Mr. Knightley(!) from Emma

This is so fun... [Blushing]

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George so beat Jonathan, it was so obvious Jonathan and Alanna could never end up together, I didn't get how anyone thought that would work. I did have a crush on Liam for a while though.

Juror #8 is the cool one. I have a whole 'nother list of disturbing fictional characters I've had crushes on. To give you an idea: Bill from "Oliver!" is fairly near the top.

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Johnny Depp in most of his other roles (though not in real life...he smokes)
So I'm guessing his role as Raoul Duke is right out.
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Spike from Cowboy Bebop
Doc Holiday from Tombstone
Martin Blank from Gross Pointe Blank
Really all John Cusack characters I think [Blushing]

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I knew George would beat Jonathan, but it was Jonathan I was more attracted to. [Smile]

AND, I can't believe I forgot to mention Tom Welling as Clark Kent in Smallville! *swoons* He's got the best smile!

Frisco, I actually haven't seen that many Johnny Depp movies because so many are rated-R. (I'm just assuming that role is from an R-rated movie because I haven't heard of it.) But really, it's just the fact that he smokes in real life. Fictional characters might be ok. [Wink]

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quote:
I knew George would beat Jonathan, but it was Jonathan I was more attracted to.
Aged eight, when I first read the third book and it became clear that Jonathan and Alanna weren't going to get along, I was devastated. Aged about fourteen, when I finally pulled myself together and read the third and forth books, it was perfectly clear. I guess it's the sort of thing that comes with age.
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Lets see, in no particular order:

Ariel and Belle from disney (of course).
Valentine, Katerina, Luet from Card's books.
Lyanna, Dany and Sansa in Martin's books
(Sansa cause of the end of book three, the scene of her in the snow broke my heart a bit)
Kitty and Jubilee from the X-Men
Lacy Chabert's character on Party of Five
(Yes she was young, but so was I!)
Kelly from Saved By the Bell
The female character in Legend (the movie with Tom Cruise)
Princess Zelda
Bastilla from KOTOR
Rikku from Final Fantasy X
Aerie the winged elf from Baldur's Gate II
(she was annoying a little, but I loved her voice, and ended up sleeping with her in the game [Wink] )
Eowyn from LOTR
...

Okay, I can stop now. The list is nowhere near finished, as I am listing both current and past crushes. This is a decent sampling anyway [Smile] .

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Most Winona Ryder characters.
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Alain from "The One Kingdom."

(shivers)

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I guess movies count, too?

I usually get so swept up in books, that I fall in love with so many characters...
Archie (Eight Cousins)
Bean
Merlin (mostly from The Pendragon Cycle)
Cai (The Pendragon Cycle)
Mr Knightley (actually, most of the guys from Jane Austen...)
Luthe (The Hero and the Crown)
Corlath (The Blue Sword)
the-blacksmith-guy from Spindle's End
Obi-Wan Kenobi (don't laugh, I meant the young one from the books)
the-dolphin-guy from A ring of Endless Light (why can't I remember the names?!)
Freckles
Little John (The Outlaws of Sherwood)

And from movies:
Jack Sparrow
Wolverine (yum!)
Pippin [Smile]
Legolas
Seamus Harper (Andromeda)
Jonas Quinn (SG:1)
Obi-Wan (episode 1)
Wesley
Han Solo
Indiano Jones
Spiderman

I'll probably think of more later...

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quote:
Corwin (The Blue Sword)

You mean Corlath...?
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Paraphase from The Simpsons last night:

Lisa to J. K. Rowling: What happens at the end of the last book?

J. K. Rowling [disgustedly]: Harry Potter grows up and marries you. Is that what you wanted to hear?

Lisa [dreamily]: Yes!

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[ROFL] That's great, Jon Boy!

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what's-his-name that Emma Woodhouse married
That would be Mr. Knightley. [Big Grin]

[ March 29, 2004, 11:12 PM: Message edited by: hansenj ]

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Wilma Flintstone.

Simply the hottest cartoon babe ever.

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fallow
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karen allen's character in "Raiders".

sprung at 12, still searching at 34.

[Razz]

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Indiana Jones
Gil Grissom (from CSI), but also, strangely, Warwick Brown (also from CSI)
Aragorn (even though I hate being one of the crowd, just can't help it)
Wolverine (movie version of X-Men)

I know I'll think of another one or two as soon as I post this, but oh, well.

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Donatello...the TMNT.

[Dont Know]

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Vash the Stampede
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[Blushing] Most of the ladies of Hatrack [Blushing] (since i have never met any of you, you are all fictional)
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I gotta crush on one TT&T (sp?).
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Prince Myshkin (from The Idiot),
Aloysha Karamazov (from The Brothers Karamazov),
Rodion and also his best friend who loved Dunia from Crime and Punishment,
Vanya from The Insulted and the Humiliated
The guy in White Nights
The title character from The Little Hero
(all of the above by Dostoyevsky)
Connie Shaklin from Nevil Shute's "Round the Bend",
Ged from Ursula K. LeGuin's Earthsea books

[ March 30, 2004, 03:58 AM: Message edited by: aka ]

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Ged?

Yer such a sap, AKA.

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Yes, Ged. He's awesome! <laughs> [Smile]
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*whispers* "ged's a character in a fictional novel* He's not here.
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Elizabeth
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Yes, Ged is totally sexy, you are right, aka.
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Shadowkitty? Do you mean Shadow Cat/Kitty Pryde or Shadowkitty, her clone from X-Babies?

(And did you know I once entered a costume contest at a comic shop dressed as old school Shadow Cat?)

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Trinity. Classiest. Ever.
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Yeah, Ged kicks. I was going to put him down before but Phineas needed his own post.

Although, I'm growing more in love with Harry Potter everyday. [Blushing] I'm not attracted to him in the movie, though. I'd pick Wood over Harry anyday.

And don't be shy about Don, fiazko. I didn't like him, but a ton of my girlfriends did. (I liked Leo.) One still does. [Wink]

And...Haruka. That's a tough one to admit for me, Syn. She's the only female character/person I've ever been attracted to. But look how manly she is, anyway! Or, maybe androgynous is a better term.

But my very first fictional crush ever? Get ready for this.

Burt Ward as Robin. I was three. [Big Grin] I also used to like Charlie from Mighty Ducks.

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I loved Ivan's mother in Enchantment. (I cannot remember her name. Baba Mama?)
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Verily Cooper, Ramses Emerson, Mr. de Winter (everyone laughs at me over this), and Remus Lupin. Would marry any of them in a heartbeat.

Jen

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Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls, and Charlotte from Lost In Translation.

I dig brainy, clever chicks. That are hot.

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Hmm I would say Polgera from the belgariad series by david eddings.

I could die a happy man if i could see her do a nadrak dance. hehe [Big Grin]

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I thought I was in the other thread, and I was trying to figure out why anybody would hate Polgara. [Smile]
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quote:

(And did you know I once entered a costume contest at a comic shop dressed as old school Shadow Cat?)

Holy cool!

And yes, you're right. Shadow Cat.
[Grumble]

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Another really sexy fictional character was Alessandro Giuliani in "A Soldier of the Great War."
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That's right...Juror 8 was the one that Henry Fonda played in the original screenplay...the one in the white suit! Aha, I can see why you had a crush on him, Blackwolve. But it's too bad I'm a dude and I don't have crushes on other dudes. [Wink]
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*grin*

Okay, I forgot Ninjara from the Archie TMNT comics.

And the Rose from The Little Prince.

And Kitty Pryde.

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I got a few more...Jean Grey, Rogue, Rachel Keller from The Ring (she's way witty), Mary Jane Watson, Felicia Hardy, and Rei Ayanami.
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This thread is really starting to irritate me. When I was 14-15 used to have the biggest fictional crush on a book character. I used to dream about the character!

But can I remember who it was now?

[Grumble]

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Elizabeth, another Helprin fan. [Smile]

Literary crushes:

Saltheart Foamfollower (Thomas Covenant series)
Harlequin (Chase the Moon)
Miles Vorkosigan (Loiuse McMaster Bujold series)
Jack (Playing the Jack)

Jean Valjean (Les Miserables)
Bann (Thomas Covenant series)
Bard of Dale (The Hobbit)
Aragorn (LOTR)

Looks like I'm pretty evenly distributed between "laughing in the face of despair" and "grim-faced with moral steadfastness." Hey, the combination would be a pretty good description of my husband. Nice. [Smile]

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Oh CT, I love Foamfollower too! The pure one. I love Pitchwife even more, I think. Thanks for reminding me of them.
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The 2nd Romana

10 Geek points to whoever first admits knowing who I mean.

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Aragorn
Eomer
Samwise Gamgee
Pippin
Merry
Bard of Dale
Calvin O'Keefe
Meg Murray
Vicki Austin
Zachary Grey
Gilbert Blythe
Anne Shirley
Jo March
Laurie
Rhett Butler
Captain Nemo!
Alain from Kidnapped

I really got hot for guys who were close -
Frodo and Sam
Alain and the kid from Kidnapped
Professor Aronnax and his servant in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

What does this say about me?

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My first crush, EVER, was on Speed Racer. [Blushing] Always gone for the pretty cartoon boys, I guess.

Then... Frodo. I guess I wanted to kiss it make it better. *shrug*

Then, hmmm. The Antichrist in the second and third Omen movies. [Big Grin]

Then... Prince Caspian and a character in a Christian comic book who was really cute and brave and, yeah, tortured.

So, basically, I have always, even as a very young girl, had a thing for pretty animated or drawn boys, and male characters who were tortured in some way. Eye Candy and Suffering... s it still a kink if it started when you were six? [Evil]

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