Welcome back to Marry, Date or Dump. I enjoyed the break, but somehow Burn, Read, Rewrite wasn’t as much fun. Plus, I learned that you all are pretty upset about the thought of even figuratively burning a book (which is a good thing!) so I think it will be fun to be back on familiar territory. To refresh memories, I give three characters and you tell me who you’d marry, date and dump in the comments. This time around I think I’ll list my own choices as well, since that makes it more fun. This was one of the first ever group of characters I did for Marry, Date or Dump and one of the most popular, so I thought I’d pose the question again for the (re)inaugural game.
Mr. Darcy, Rhett Butler, & Jay Gatsby: Marry, Date or Dump? Continue reading
Happy Monday! One of my first and most popular marry date or dump posts asked readers to make the choice between Mr. Darcy, Jay Gatsby, and Rhett Butler. Today I decided to give you their counterparts to choose between today. Let me know in the comments, who you would marry, who you would date, and who you would dump when it comes to Mr. Bingley, Nick Carraway, and Ashles Wilkes. I know who I would pick, but I’m excited to see what you decide!
1. Know when it’s time to give up on someone: “My dear, I don’t give a damn.”
2. Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow: I’ll think of it tomorrow, at Tara. I can stand it then. Tomorrow, I’ll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day.” Continue reading
I’ve picked three of the most dashing men in classic literature, and now the choice is up to you. Choose who you would marry, date and dump from the eligible bachelors below. It’s a tough choice, but if anyone wonders who my top literary lover is here is a very sexy lake scene than should make my decision crystal clear. Good luck with this one!
Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice
Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby
Rhett Butler from Gone With the Wind