Calling All Fictional Sugar Daddies!

The Lost Boy (Gossip Girl)

Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass

So I’m going to a local casino with a friend this weekend, and that got me thinking about Forbes’ Fictional 15: the richest people who never existed. Those with literary origins include Carlisle Cullen from the Twilight saga by Stephenie Meyer, Artemis Fowl from his namesake series by Eoin Colfer, Smaug the dragon from The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, and Chuck Bass from the Gossip Girl series by Cecily von Ziegesar.

So who would be the best gambling buddy? Smaug would never actually share its wealth and most likely burn everyone to a crisp. Carlisle could be very persuasive in getting my competition to lose, but a sparkly vampire would probably be more of a distraction to others. Chuck Bass is certainly rich, but if he looks anything like his TV counterpart Ed Westwick (*swoon*), he would be a major distraction to me.

Therefore, the winner: Artemis Fowl! Not only is he loaded with gold, both human and fairy, he is also a teenage genius.  A world-champion chess player would have no problem with a little blackjack, making him the perfect wing-man.

But alas! Their fortunes will only exist on the page, and I will have to fend for myself…it’s just fun to fantasize, right?

Know of any other sugar daddies or dragons that Forbes forgot? Who would you want by your side at the high-rollers’ tables?

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