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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsABC View Post
    In no particular order:

    Jon Snow - GoT
    Smith - Sex in the City
    Harvey - Suits
    Jesse - Breaking Bad (gotta love a bad boy!)
    Jack - Titanic

    After reading everyone else's lists I need to amend my list about to be a top 10!

    Along with the 5 above:
    Jacob - Twilight
    Jacob - Crazy Stupid Love (Ryan Gosling)
    Frankie - Wentworth
    Colin Firth as Mr Darcy (Pride & Prejudice) or Jamie (Love Actually)
    Jack Porter - Revenge

    Done! For now

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsABC View Post
    After reading everyone else's lists I need to amend my list about to be a top 10!

    Along with the 5 above:
    Jacob - Twilight
    Jacob - Crazy Stupid Love (Ryan Gosling)
    Frankie - Wentworth
    Colin Firth as Mr Darcy (Pride & Prejudice) or Jamie (Love Actually)
    Jack Porter - Revenge

    Done! For now
    How could I forget Jacob black!! Though in the movies, only from New Moon onwards - I'm not into men with better hair than me!

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    Haha totally agree JR03!

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    1. Theodore Laurence from little women
    2. Professor Bhear from little women
    3. Daniel Jackson from Stargate
    4. Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park
    5. Quinn in Sliders

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    Severide - Chicago Fire
    Smith - SATC
    Big - SATC
    Aiden - SATC
    Colin Firth - Everything.

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    Default Top 5 fictional crushes - fluffity fluff thread

    In no particular order

    Callan mulvey-rush only

    Edward Cullen- books only (my imagination smashes the movie)

    Doug- ER (carter can have honourable mention too)

    Axis- the axis trilogy (read it a million years ago)

    Lucas- empire records

    Edit to add- I almost forgot big from SATC

    I can't actually think of that many but I am sure there are plenty more

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    I was thinking back to my first fictional crushes and they were:
    Charles Ryder - Brideshead Revisited (the BBC series - my dad and I watched it together when I was twelve on the ABC)
    Jesse Katsopolis - Full House.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I was thinking back to my first fictional crushes and they were:
    Charles Ryder - Brideshead Revisited (the BBC series - my dad and I watched it together when I was twelve on the ABC)
    Jesse Katsopolis - Full House.
    The first crush I can remember was Jonathan Taylor Thomas from Home Improvement! Can't remember his character name .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsABC View Post
    The first crush I can remember was Jonathan Taylor Thomas from Home Improvement! Can't remember his character name .
    Randy??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsABC View Post
    The first crush I can remember was Jonathan Taylor Thomas from Home Improvement! Can't remember his character name .
    Gosh, I remember TV Hits always having a giant poster of him in them.


 

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