Damon Salvatore. No…Stefan Salvatore. No…Damon… One is a really sexy bad boy, with occasional glimpses of something more. The other is a sweet, sensitive, considerate guy. Kind of the all American, undead, boy next door. Both are (in my opinion) handsome to the point of making you weak in the knees. And both are in love with Elena Gilbert.
What would I do if the two brothers were in love with me? Start demanding that bigamy be legalized immediately! Yup, I sure would…because I wouldn’t be able to choose between the two of them. Nor would I want to, so the only choice would be to keep them both.
But they’re vampires…gasp!
I know. Sometimes you justhave to take the good with the bad. And if they happened to accidentally turn me into a vampire, too, well then life would be just about perfect. Well, non-life would be. Besides, it’s make believe. If I’m going to fantasize about a couple of sexy guys who don’t have heartbeats, I might as well have fun with it and fantasize about joining them in their vampire way of life, and bigamy, too.
The next to the last one is the best. You just know it has to involve Damon…
Because, really, how would you choose between them? I mean if I had to, I’d choose Damon. Or Stefan. Maybe even Alaric sometimes. They really did manage to cast some good looking guys in this series, didn’t they? Seriously though, if I had to choose (of course I’d had to have been born looking like Sandra Bullock-or Elena- instead of me to even be in the running,) it would have to be Damon.
Who knows why, but I always tend to like the guy who seems to be stuck in the role of the good guy when they’re just so much better being bad. Well, bad in a good guy kind of way.
A couple of my other favorites: Neil Caffrey (White Collar)…and Duke Crocker (Haven). Be still my heart! Gotta stop with this list because the whole bigamy thing is seeming like a better idea all the time!
Duke Crocker…my other favorite bad guy. Even if he is a little too thin.
Neil Caffrey…ties with Duke for second place.
What about you? Do you go for the good guy or the bad boy? Why?