|fave fictional women meme
||[Aug. 23rd, 2014|09:21 pm]
Hi guysss :) Just got back from our Alaska cruise. Have had very spotty internet for the past week so need to catch up on some things. But for now - a meme stolen from lokifan.
Send me a number and I'll tell you my top 5 (or as many as I can come up with, up to 5 <_<) fictional women.
1 - Protagonists
2 - Villains
3 - Superheroes
4 - Magical Girls
5 - Queens/Empresses/Royalty/Titled Nobility
6 - Who are adorable dorks
7 - That I'd invite to a sleepover/dinner party
8 - That I'd want to go on an adventure with
9 - That I'd want to be friends with
10 - That I'd want to kiss
11 - That I will love till the end of time
12 - Who I think deserved better endings
13 - I wish had better development/writing
14 - I wish had a better love interest(s)
15 - I want to rescue from their horrible narratives
Sonya Rostov (War and Peace) - she's very sweet and loyal. I identify with her a whole lot so that helps. We'd probably clash from time to time - she's very concerned about what is proper and what isn't and virtuosity and stuff, and I'm not so much - but she would definitely make a good friend.
Anna (Frozen) - she's wonderful and fun and, again, would make a good friend. I could see us being major dorks together.
Alice Pieszecki (L Word) - she's fun and we could have lots of fun gossiping and shopping and stuff.
Lily Evans (HP) - for one, having a witch for a friend would be awesome :) Also, although pretty stubborn and unwavering in some areas, I do appreciate her strong convictions and she'd probably be a good partner for liberal activism activities and such.
Molly Hooper (Sherlock) - again, I'm choosing a character I identify with and while I realize that way too often people I'm friends with aren't actually very similar to me, when I have to imagine interactions with fictional characters, I tend to be drawn to characters I relate to. Also, I actually kinda think Molly's job is cool. Not something I could personally do, but still.
Molly Hooper (Sherlock) - Initially, I wouldn't call her a dork, but thinking about it, Molly is into some strange stuff and she has that bit of social awkwardness and the way she reacts when she gets a bit flustered around Sherlock kinda qualifies her as such.
Anna (Frozen) - Anna's pretty much the one thing I really liked about Frozen. She's a sweetheart with a penchant for clumsiness and babbling.
Alice Pieszecki (L Word) - Despite being kinda very fashion forward and such, she has the most adorable, quirky, dorky moments.
Kenzi (Lost Girl) - Kenzi is just totally of the wall. Again, not someone I would initially describe as a dork and she probably doesn't think of herself as that, but she certainly gives me that dorky, quirky vibe from time to time the same way Alice does.
Anna (Frozen)- I think she would be super fun at a sleepover. The girl certainly like running around in the middle of the night. (I was always frustrated when people fell asleep around midnight at sleepovers.)
Dana Scully (X-Files) - I'm...going through something of an X-Files phase right now, so yea. I guess FBI agents can't reveal most of the stuff they're working on, but she'd probably still have lots of fun stories to tell about weird thing they've seen and all of Moulder's antics.
Dana Scott (Suits) - Obviously I'd invite my fave lawyer girl :)
Casey Novak (Law and Order: SVU) - My other fave lawyer girl. Who's also an ADA :) I'd also love to see her and Scottie go at each other over legal topics. Have a little gov prosecutor v corp lawyer showdown going on.
I...have no idea what I'd feed them, lol. This is why I don't have dinner parties in real life - no cooking abilities whatsoever.
Edited at 2014-09-05 11:03 pm (UTC)