Friday, May 19, 2006

List Ten Fictional Characters You Would Like To Romance, Now Now Now!

Thanks for this fun diversion, Lang.

1) Take me, Prisoner Number Six!!! (The Prisoner)
2) Brian Kinney (Queer As Folk)
3) Indiana Jones
4) Han Solo
5) Rob Gordon (High Fidelity)
6) Nigel Tufnel and his tight, tight pants (This Is Spinal Tap)
7) Poor doomed Neil (Dead Poets' Society)
8) Humbert Humbert (from the book Lolita, not the film. What? He's goddamn charming!)
9) Gob (Arrested Development)
10) Ziggy Stardust

I tag you.

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"We would all fight for Sofi's love! You know, if we"

(Now playing: "Amoureux Solitaires", Les Breastfeeders)


Blogger JTL said...

Was it Nigel or Derek who was caught trying to smuggle a foil-wrapped zucchini in his pants through an airport metal-detector?

2:17 AM  
Blogger Sofi said...

I can't remember.

I would like to think it was Derek, as I am certain Nigel needs no help in that department.

12:46 PM  
Blogger Christine Estima said...

excuse me, miss sofi, but dr jones is MINE.

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Amber said...

My dear. In the list of men we must share should one of us bed them, you may include Mr. Kinney. He's after Tom Cavanagh.:)

11:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy to oblige my lovely! AUGHGH Brian Kinney! Great list. Props.
and you're the fourth girl I know to include Humbert Humbert there.....there's something about that big, debased hunk of Nabokovian-man-meat that's hard to resist.

this is offtopic but I was at Sneaky Dee's tonight and I saw a girl that had your smile and haircut(e) and was wearing a polka dot dress that you might wear, except it was very green. I almost tackled her thinking it was you but as I lurched in her direction, I realized she was in fact, notsofi. there you are.


1:50 AM  
Blogger Sofi said...

Whoa! That's neat!

I very nearly went to Wavelength last night, too. Maybe it's good that I didn't. It kept the universe from folding in on itself.

10:36 AM  
Blogger JTL said...

Whoa! I was with MissLang and saw that girl too!

I remember thinking as I looked at her, "Holy damn, them's a lot of polka-dots."

In conclusion, 100% Wool was underwhelming. If that's a word.

1:31 PM  
Anonymous Matt said...

They were? I was hoping to get down to Wavelength to check them out, but it was not to be.

12:58 PM  
Blogger JTL said...

Yeah, not terribly enthralling... but that's the beauty of Wavelength: expect the unexpected.

6:54 PM  
Anonymous Matt said...

Heh heh... That's a pretty positive way of looking at a show that you'd expected to be better.

100% Wool are pretty great, though. Maybe it was an off night.

3:39 PM  

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