6 Monsters That Would Make Terrific Boyfriends

Looking for love in all the wrong places can sometimes work out okay!  Take a closer look at these famous monsters of the silver screen, and you’ll come to realize that one person’s terrifying nightmare can be your happily ever after!

1. Frankenstein’s Monster

Tall, dead and handsome, Frank’s the strong-and-silent type.  He’ll do anything for his bride, and his neck bolts mean always having charging options for your cell phone and other devices available at your finger tips!  Plus: Chicks dig scars!

2. Pinhead

From reciting macabre poetry to damning souls to ever-lasting torment together, Pinhead’s every emo girl’s dream!  Also, you know how annoying it is when you can’t find a pin?  Never again!

3.  The Wolfman

Hey, who doesn’t want to snuggle up to a warm, furry friend each night?  He’s good for home security, plus, he’s totally sympathetic about your monthly issues!  Sure, shedding sucks, but everyone always says they want a wild animal in the sack, right?

4.  The Creature from the Black Lagoon

Creature from the Black Lagoon
Though he may not be much to look at, he’s a true romantic!  And don’t forget about that lakefront property! Plus, fish-food’s a steal, so you’ll save tons on groceries!

5.  A Ghost

Never having to wait for the bathroom is pretty sweet!  And, Patrick Swayze.  ‘Nuff said.

6. Leatherface

Even though he’s a cannibalistic, sexually-confused, murderous psychopath, family is really important to him! He’s really handy with needle-and-thread, and won’t it be nice to exchange fashion tips?


In the mood to snag a monster dude? Check out our Monster Pick-Up Lines!



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Luis Navarro

Luis Navarro is a token man slave and writer for Comediva.  He is a proud Valley Boy ("Fer sure") and martial artist.  He earned a Master's Degree in Counseling and is an ordained online minister!  He also boasts an encyclopedic knowledge of the Star Wars Expanded Universe and post-1970s movie trivia.  He is secure enough in his masculinity to admit a fondness for unicorns.

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