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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby Edward_Addict » Tue Feb 10, 2009 7:05 am

Ok so I listed mine already on page 5 but I want to add Jesse from the Mediator series :D
Maybe Paul too, even though he was a jerk most of the time.
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby bronzehairedmiracle » Tue Feb 10, 2009 7:16 am

1. EDWARD CULLEN
2.EDWARD CULLEN
3.EDWARD CULLEN
4.EDWARD CULLEN
5.EDWARD CULLEN
6.EDWARD CULLEN

Sorry, but since meeting him, the very existence of OTHER boys seems useless :D
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby edwardlikeshaystacks » Tue Feb 10, 2009 1:38 pm

So far the only boy that's ever captured my attention in any book is the lovely Edward Cullen. ;)
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby debussygirl » Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:24 pm

Jane Austen's heroes. ALL of them, especially....Captain Wentworth. (HA tricked you! Bet you thought I was going to say Mr. Darcy!)
Cullen boys, obviously.
And I really like David from Uglies. Hmmm...oh, and Ian from the Host. I think that's all...
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby ♥midnight_sun♥ » Mon Apr 13, 2009 6:59 am

Ooo. I think I will try and bring this thread back...okay here's my list...

Edward Cullen (who doesn't agree with that?)
Jasper Hale
Emmett Cullen
Carlisle Cullen
Seth Clearwater
Bret -he is this really cool guy in 'Making Love Out Of Nothing At All' by ashel-13 on ff.net (the guy is gay but he is cool anyway)
Cedric Diggory (even before Rob played him he was cool)
Dobby (he may not be human but he's a guy and totally needs to be on this list)
Kretcher (again not human but awesome)
Ron Weasley (he's cool but it takes him forever to get with Hermione.)
Fred Weasley
George Weasley
Harry Potter

and if we carry over into movies...
Sweeney Todd from Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Jack Sparrow...excuse me Captain Jack Sparrow from: Pirates of the...
Mort Rainey from Secret Window
Willy Wonka (Tim Burton version)
Victor Van Dort from Corpse Bride
John Dillinger from Public Enemies
Gilbert Grape from What's Eating Gilbert Grape
Sir James Matthew Barrie (although he is a real guy) from Finding Neverland
Inspector Frederick Abberline from From Hell
Icabod Crane from Sleepy Hollow
Dean Corso from The Ninth Gate
Edward Scissorhands from Edward Scissorhands
Billy Loomis from Scream
Stuart Matcher from Scream
and basically all the other twisted, evil, bad guys. Or just the plain weird ones like Jack. Although Sir James Matthew Barrie and Gilbert Grape aren't too weird.
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby teamtylersvan » Mon Apr 13, 2009 9:31 am

I really can't say I agree. They're all, you know, fake. No flaws. I dislike that. I want someone who has flaws, and who realizes that I have flaws. It just makes it even better to get together, because you've overcome the flaws. This is my opinion, mind you, so please don't jump on me for it. Though, admittedly I did rather like Mr. Darcy (both of them; from Pride and Prejudice, and Bridget Jones's Diary. xD) And I guess that Sam from Gone wasn't bad, either.
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby ♥midnight_sun♥ » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:10 am

teamtylersvan wrote:I really can't say I agree. They're all, you know, fake. No flaws. I dislike that. I want someone who has flaws, and who realizes that I have flaws. It just makes it even better to get together, because you've overcome the flaws. This is my opinion, mind you, so please don't jump on me for it. Though, admittedly I did rather like Mr. Darcy (both of them; from Pride and Prejudice, and Bridget Jones's Diary. xD) And I guess that Sam from Gone wasn't bad, either.


Actually-at least on my list- I could name at least one flaw in every single one of them. Yes, even Edward Cullen.
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby teamtylersvan » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:18 am

I don't know. All the flaws just seem so superficial in most of the books I've read. But perhaps it's just me.
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby ♥midnight_sun♥ » Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:53 pm

yes well I don't think something like being a murderer is superficial...or being so depressed you hate veryone and talk to the portrait of your old boss.
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Re: Boys in books are just better

Postby teamtylersvan » Mon Apr 13, 2009 1:07 pm

Actually, as Edward has stated on multiple occasions, he doesn't kill humans for food anymore. Not only that, but being a ravenous vampire could not, in my opinion, be counted as a flaw; they are just doing what they were created to do.
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