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Posted on Monday 7 April 2008 at 2:43 pm

Top 10 (or so) Men


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I decided to gank the meme that has just about finished making the rounds of the entire flist regarding the top ten fictional characters with whom I would like to share my bed. Then I decided it would be much easier for me if I turned it into the top five fictional men from the Star Wars universe and the top five fictional men not from the Star Wars universe. So that's what I did.

Non-Star Wars:
Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones
Kedyn's Crow, Dragon Crown War saga
Methos, Highlander
Nolan, Talion: Revenant
Remus Lupin, Harry Potter
Runner up: the Teddy Lupin that exists in my mind/Mary Sue universe

Star Wars:
Corran Horn
Han Solo
Luke Skywalker
Tycho Celchu
Wedge Antilles
Runner up: Jagged Fel before he was disowned and got kind of emo

Notes: I'm terrible at prioritizing so these are in alphabetical order by first name (seemed easier to do first name since three of the characters don't really have last names). I don't think most of my flist has read/watched the stuff necessary to know half of these characters. Believe me, that is most decidedly your lose. Especially if you've not read the Dragon Crown War books. They are without a doubt the best short fantasy series I've ever read. Everything about these books, the characters, the universe created, the various plots and the surprise twists along the way, etc. is phenomenal.

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What's Taters, Precious?
mrstater at 8:11 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
I read your list before your explanation and only quickly at that, and I thought you put you would sleep with Nolan Ryan, which was confusing as he's not a fictional character...

Also, it's a little bit wrong that you'd sleep with Remus or his son...
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 8:20 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
Nolan Ryan? No thanks.

Also, it's a little bit wrong that you'd sleep with Remus or his son...

Trust me, I did consider that. Then I decided they're fictional characters anyway and the son doesn't have enough canon life to matter so he's really whatever I want him to be and that made me much less concerned about the whole thing.
What's Taters, Precious?
mrstater at 8:30 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
so he's really whatever I want him to be

Convenient that he's a Metamorphmagus, then!
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 8:35 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
It's all part of my plan!
What's Taters, Precious?
mrstater at 8:37 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
You're supposed to say no, no, I'd never use a Metamorphmagus that way!

Actually, though, you really don't need all those other people on your list, because Teddy Lupin could be all of them...
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 8:39 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
Now see that's just weird. I don't want him to be another person. I just want him to be the version of himself that I want him to be. What else is a fictional guy, especially a Metamorphmagus, good for?
gilpin25
gilpin25 at 8:52 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
You can't want to sleep with someone called Wedge... And how would you say, "Oh Jagged!" with any conviction?!

I'm ignoring the father/son Lupin bit because I have seen IJ and the Last Crusade.
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 8:59 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
Wedge is cool! I can accept Jag bashing, but no knocking Wedge! There is nothing wrong with his name. We're going to ignore the Veggies childhood nickname


I'm ignoring the father/son Lupin bit because I have seen IJ and the Last Crusade.
By that do you mean you want both of the Jones boys or are you referencing:
"I'm as human as the next man."
"I was the next man."
gilpin25
gilpin25 at 9:07 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
Definitely only Indy for me; I can remember thinking there was only about thirteen years between Harrison and Sean in RL, and it was never right, lol.

Alison Doody was in an episode of a detective series on the BBC the other day. I'd never have known it was her if I hadn't seen the name.
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 9:11 pm on 07 April 2008 (UTC) (Link)
I remember seeing an interview once with Harrison Ford where the age difference between "father and son" was discussed. The interviewer said something about Indy's father needing to have fathered him when the father was only 12 for the ages to match up and Harrison's response was, "Yes, but you know Sean. He could have done it!"

I doubt I'd recognize her.


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