Monday, November 21, 2011

Fictional Characters I'd Like to Have Lunch With

My friend Kristin turned me on to her sister's blog, ( and her post about having lunch with a fictional character. I've never thought about his before, so it is requiring some deep on-the-spot thinking... I usually think of celebrities, to be honest, and there are a million famous folks I'd love to have lunch with. Maybe I'll save that for my next post. In the meantime...

Captain Jack Sparrow. And Captain Barbossa, too. I'd love to hear about all their fascinating pirate adventures! I would ply them with lots of rum and good food and draw out every secret I could possibly get. Then I would share their stories with my own pirate, Captain Brittster Man.

Daffy Duck. The new one, that is. I love how self-absorbed he is and how much he has in common with so many people in the world today. Everything he says makes me laugh, so it would be great to have lunch with someone who would keep me in stitches the entire time.

Hannah Montana, A.K.A. Miley Stewart. And her dad, Robbie Ray Stewart. Yah! I still like her! I would love to sit and talk with her about the pressures of being famous and yet incognito and how she picks out all those rockin' outfits. And I would definitely bring my own rock star daughter along for the lunch, too. I love how they were grounded and famous at the same time in the show, and I love their father/daughter relationship. That show made me cry more than once!

Peter from Jodi Picoult's Nineteen Minutes, my most favorite Jodi Picoult book. I've always had a soft spot for the underdog and picked upon kids in the world, and I would let him know he's okay and that life will  get better for him down the road if he just hangs in there a little longer...

Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City, because I love her hair and her sense of fashion and her New York lifestyle, which is so different from my own background. Plus, she's a writer and she MADE IT! I would ask her all about Big and Aiden and try to talk her in to having a kid, because I think the woman needs to be a mother. It would be good for her!

Samantha from Bewitched. I would ask her all about being a good witch and her spells and if one can  become a good witch, and if not if she could help me cast some spells...

Now it's your turn - what fictional characters would you like to have lunch with?

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