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11 Okcupid Profiles Of YA Heartthrobs

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Wouldn’t dating apps be a little more fun if these YA heartthrobs were on there? Excuse us while we dream about our favorite potential book boyfriends coming up on our feeds!

 

Khalid from The Wrath and the Dawn

The first thing people notice about me
my amber eyes…or probably my kingdom, definitely my kingdom.

Things I could never do without
my shamshir.

On a typical Friday night I am
waiting at the alter for my bride.

You should message me if
you’re into story-time.

 

Mac from Saint Anything

The first thing people notice about me
my height and the smell of pizza.

Things I could never do without
the pendant of St. Bathilde, Patron Saint of Children, given to me by my mother.

On a typical Friday night I am
delivering pizza or playing drums in the local band Hey, Dude.

You should message me if
you enjoy long runs in the woods and health food.

 

Alex from Alex and Eliza

The first thing people notice about me
that I have a striking resemblance to the face on the $10 bill.

Things I could never do without
my honor.

On a typical Friday night I am
starting the revolution!

You should message me if
you’ve never been satisfied.

 

Tim from The Boy Most Likely To

The first thing people notice about me
my red hair…. And incredibly good looks.

Things I could never do without
sarcasm. Dr. Pepper.

On a typical Friday night I am
pass?

You should message me if
you believe in second (or third and fourth) chances.

 

Ben McCallister from I Was Here

The first thing people notice about me
my impossibly blue eyes. so i’ve been told.

Things I could never do without
my guitar.

On a typical Friday night I am
playing a venue with my band, the Scarps.

You should message me if
you want a road trip companion.

 

Midnight from Wink Poppy Midnight

The first thing people notice about me
i’m either with Wink or Poppy.

Things I could never do without
my books.

On a typical Friday night I am
hanging out with my neighbor’s family, who is the total opposite of mine.

You should message me if
you like swimming in rivers, hiking in the rain, and sitting under the stars.

 

Aladdin from The Forbidden Wish

The first thing people notice about me
that I might have lifted their wallet.

Things I could never do without
my lamp.

On a typical Friday night I am
looking just as good as a prince.

You should message me if
you know a jinni—or you happen to be one.

 

Beau from The Love That Split the World

The first thing people notice about me
well, first depends if you can see me or not. if you can, maybe my accent.

Things I could never do without
football.

On a typical Friday night I am
headed somewhere in my truck.

You should message me if
i can call you by your last name.

 

David from Rebel Belle

The first thing people notice about me
my hipster glasses.

Things I could never do without
the protection of this year’s Homecoming queen.

On a typical Friday night I am
working on newspaper articles, or trying to dodge the evil forces running rampant through this year’s cotillion.

You should message me if
the word “Paladin” rings a bell.

 

Jack from The Conspiracy of Us

The first thing people notice about me
i try to stay out of sight, given my job as a Keeper. But I suppose they might my notice my British accent, a tattoo I have on my forearm, and my arms, I suppose. I try to keep in shape.

Things I could never do without
my cellphone to keep on top of any missions I must embark on, and a hidden weapon to make sure I can protect my employers at all times.

On a typical Friday night I am
protecting the rich and famous in their adventures while pining for a life free from duty.

You should message me if
you have extensive knowledge of Alexander the Great, or history in general.

 

Jonah from Once Upon a Kiss

The first thing people notice about me
my glasses :/

Things I could never do without
my radio station, New Wave for Numbskulls.

On a typical Friday night I am
looking for new tunes.

You should message me if
you want to do snacks, music, and a John Hughes movie.

 

 

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