You know you've thought about it. You're watching a movie or a cartoon (yeah, we know you're that kind of person), playing a video game or reading a book and the thought crosses your mind: "I'd totally sleep with this chick if she were real."
Here are the sexiest made-up women that we'd like to get to know better:
5. Lara Croft (Tomb Raider)
There's something to love about chicks with guns. There's something about chicks that are ass kickers we love even more. Lara Croft is both, and she's a fit, scantily-clad treasure hunter - a sort of female Indiana Jones. If this video game vixen were real, well... insert your own joke about raiding tombs here.
4. Princess Leia (Star Wars)
If you grew up in the 80s, well, this entry needs no explanation. If you didn't, there are only two words you need to know: slave Leia. The legion of 30-something men who masturbated to this image when they were young is still doing so today.
3. Catwoman (Batman)
Chicks who are a little crazy have always flipped some kind of switch for men. It's true. We love the bad girl...we just won't take her home to mother. Selina Kyle is the epitome of every slightly off-center woman we've dated and probably their role models, too. She's spontaneous, passionate, naughty and oh so sexy. Not even Batman could resist.
2. Mystique (X-Men)
Sure, her skin is blue, her eyes are yellow and she's mostly evil, but once you get past that, there's nothing but upside. Mystique is a shapeshifter. While she's pretty hot for a
blue broad, there's a hell of a lot more to like than just the wrapping on this present.
Seriously, what guy could turn down something that's both completely exotic and can turn into any other body you choose whenever you want? It's the gift that keeps on giving.
1. Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?)
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I never watched much Betty Boop, but I'm pretty sure the first time most of us watched "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" was the first time any of us ever wanted to have sex with a cartoon character.
Who knew you could pack so much smoldering sexuality into an animated drawing? As she famously uttered in the film, "I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way." Goddamn!