In honour of Halloween, we're playing with some of the most famous literary monsters ever. And my, what a pretty bunch they are.
|Count Dracula from Bram Stoker's Dracula|
|Frankenstein's Monster from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein|
|Dr Jekyll/My Hyde from Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde|
Pash: Dracula. He was the first sexy vampire, really, and without him it's likely there'd be no Edward Cullen, Eric Northman or Damon Salvatore (scary thought). That's definitely worth a pash - as long as he didn't get too close to my neck.
Pick: Dr Jekyll. OK, so Mr Hyde is super creepy, ugly and evil, but he's only around some of the time, and the rest of the time you get a brilliant doctor. So it's kind of like the male version of PMS. I can deal with that.
Pass: Frankenstein's Monster. I feel bad, because I do have a soft spot in my heart for him and think he's greatly misunderstood. But I just can't get past the whole body-made-out-of-rotting-corpses bit.
C'mon now, who would you pash, pick or pass out of this terrifying trio? I know you totally want to pash all three, but you'll just have to choose.