Saturday, March 26, 2011

7 Hot Fictional Husbands We Wish Were Real

Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen, Twilight

He could bite us any day — and not just because we know he’s a vampire with willpower like no other. Indulging your danger fantasies without the whole might-wind-up-dead side effect? So hot.

Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy, Pride and Prejudice

Get out the smelling salts: No Mr. Darcy before or after him will ever come close to capturing his intensity — or making us swoon. By the time he finally unleashes the red-hot emotions roiling beneath his surface, you’ll be practically ready to (oh, yes!) explode.
Patrick Dempsey as Derek Sheperd, Grey's Anatomy

The model hair, bedroom eyes, and easy smile earned him the nickname McDreamy, and got our pulses thumping. But it’s the way he unflinchingly loves Meredith — gajillion neuroses and all — that won our hearts.

John Stamos as Uncle Jesse, Full House

It’s like the writers sat around asking, “What character will make women from ages five to 95 weak in the knees? Oh, a gorgeous semi-bad-boy with a heart of gold!”

Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing, Friends

You know how they say friends make the best lovers? Well, by the time Monica fell for Chandler, his whole goofy-but-hot schtick had grown on us too.

Kyle Chandler as Coach Taylor, Friday Night Lights

Remember your high school’s football coach — the paunchy guy with perma-whistle-to-mouth syndrome? Coach Taylor is the exact opposite. Millions of ladies who couldn’t give a hoot about football love this show ‘cause the view on the sidelines is so nice.

John Krasinski as Jim Halpert, The Office

It’s a fact: 99.99 percent of women will take a cute guy who can make them laugh over a gorgeous bore any day. So it’s no wonder that boy-next-door Jim — with his quirky humor and dimply smile — just seems dreamier every season.


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