Top 5 Wednesday

T5W: February 27, 2019

Hey bookworms! time for another Top 5 Wednesday (check out the Top 5 Wednesday group on Goodreads).

Today’s prompt is…

February 27th: Fictional places you’d take a date to (there may be spoilers)

Wonderland, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll | I’m going to start off by including my favorite book ever. Just everything about Wonderland seems amazing and I would so want to experience it with a date or significant other.

Cairnholm on Sept. 3rd, 1940, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs | Not entirely sure if this is the official name of the time loop the main characters are from, but it’s been a while since I’ve read this series. this one might be for a more serious relationship because I would want to stay in the loop with them for as long as I can. Never aging without the worries of the modern world.

The Oasis, Ready Player One – Ernest Cline | I know it’s a digital world and what mine and my date’s avatar may not look like us in real life, I still think it would be a badass place to go for a date. Just imagine all the possible things we can do. Hell, might even step it up a notch and go into the Oasis while being in the same room that way we’re still together both in the physical world and the virtual world.

Wonka Factory, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Roald Dahl | Despite all the horrible shit that happened to the first 4 kids (but honestly, they were little shits, they had it coming…) I would want to take my date to the factory because I have a sweet tooth. Also, um hello we can feed each other chocolate while sitting by the chocolate river, how romantic. But seriously, I would go to the factory, date or not.

Labyrinth, Labyrinth – Jim Henson film | This is the only one that isn’t a fictional world from a book but it’s still fictional. If you’ve seen the film you’ll probably be wondering why I would want to go there since it can be quite problematic, but I have an idea. If someone wanted to date me I would be like “okay only if you can get through this maze in 13 hours.” Then I’ll be hanging out with Jareth and the other goblins at the center for 13 hours and have a ball because why not? Almost anything is possible in the Labyrinth.

Well, those are my top 5 places I’d take a date to. Are you surprised I didn’t pick Hogwarts? Honestly, I’m not. I’m sure most people would’ve included that in their list and *don’t kill me* I’m not that much of a fan of Harry Potter. Anyway, what fictional place would you take your date to?

until next time!

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