What Type Of Boys You Go For, Based On Your Favorite Book Series

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Divergent by Veronica Roth

Old fashioned dates, like dinner and a movie, never appealed to you. You need excitement in your life, or else you’ll get bored, which is why you’d prefer to go skydiving or zip lining. When it comes down to it, you need a guy who’s ready for anything. A guy who will go with the flow when plans are changed without making complaints. A guy who’s spontaneous and head strong and shrouded in tattoos.

Game Of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

You act like you aren’t interested in other people’s problems, but deep down, you’re a huge fan of drama. That’s why you need to date a guy who won’t mind hearing about all of the latest gossip. It doesn’t matter if you’re telling him about some bitch at work or are complaining about the last GOT episode that aired, because you always have a lot to say. It’s rare to find you with your mouth shut, so you need a man who enjoys your witty observations.

Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling

You want someone who’s a kid at heart. Someone who will reaffirm your belief in magic by taking you on exciting adventures around town. And when it rains, you want someone who will marathon movies with you on your laptop while sitting underneath a blanket fort in your bedroom. But most importantly, you want someone who will take you to Universal to see The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter and will make corny references every five seconds.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

You’re capable of taking care of yourself. You don’t need a guy in your life, even though plenty of men are interested in you. That’s why you don’t call a boy your boyfriend unless you’re 100% into him. As much as you like making out with daredevils who aren’t afraid of anything, you’d rather save yourself for a sentimental sweetie who will let you wear the pants. After all, you’re a born leader. A decision maker. It’s your way or the highway, which is why you want someone who will let you call the shots.

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

Intelligence is important to you, but you’re still a little shallow. You could never date a guy, unless you found him physically attractive. That’s why you want someone who can lift you over their shoulders with their thick muscles, but can also get all the answers right when you watch Jeopardy. Basically, you want the whole package. A hot guy with a brain. You won’t settle for anything less.

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

You’re a sucker for forbidden love. That’s why you’re always interested in men who are off limits, like your best friend’s brother or your boss or your hot professor. You want someone to risk everything they have in order to be with you, to say “to hell with society” and choose you instead. Plus, you think that sneaking around is beyond hot. There’s nothing more exciting than stealing kisses behind everyone’s back.

Goosebumps by R.L. Stine

You want someone who will walk through the woods with you at night, searching for Pokemon on your Iphone. Someone who will help you break into an abandoned building so you can go ghost hunting. Someone who will have a romantic picnic with you in a graveyard. You’re interested in all things spooky, and you want your partner to feel the same. Otherwise, they’d think you were loony, and you wouldn’t want that.

Fifty Shades Of Grey by E.L. James

You aren’t really looking for a boyfriend. You’re just looking for sex. Long, rough, I-can’t-believe-I-actually-went-through-with-that sex. It doesn’t matter if you get that in the form of a FWB or a one-night stand. After all, you don’t think there’s anything wrong with having a high number. You’re still young. You might as well experience as much as you can before your bones start to creak. TC mark

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