Brunching with Famous Characters in Literature
So, at the risk of sounding very Partridge, we thought we’d compile a list together of what Brunch would be like with our favourite fictional characters from classic literature.
Moody, brooding and edgy, the Wuthering Heights romantic hero would probably dine in a trendy hipster café and order the avocado on toast. He’d be a vegan, we reckon.
Brunch with Ratched would be a bland affair. She’d probably order something very simple like buttered toast and there wouldn’t be much in the way of conversation. Oh, you'd also have to keep an eye she doesn’t grind anything suspicious into your eggs.
The mysterious millionaire would showcase his wealth with an extravagant 5 star Brunch with bottomless Champagne. Most likely at somewhere with a great skyline view that he can, a bit weirdly, longingly stare out at.
A slice of Americana, Atticus would opt for a traditional diner and go for a big stack of wholesome pancakes with a damn fine cup of joe.
Classic breakfast from a hotel chain. Nothing standout. Big Brother is watching.
A man who loves piecing things together would go for some sort of fusion Brunch. Most likely he’d be a huge fan of the concept and the word Brunch.
100% loves a full English from a greasy spoon. Hagrid doesn’t look at the menu, he walks straight to the counter and confidently orders the full breakfast. Oh, the place must be slightly tucked away and have parking space for his motorbike.
Not much in the way of decadence
Brunch with the Pride and Prejudice protagonist would be a classy affair. A lush Brunch banquet in a delightful country manor house.
The Cat in the Hat
A themed restaurant with freak shakes and food challenges. We reckon The Cat in the Hat could possibly be the worst person to Brunch with. Annoyingly keeping his hat on while indoors, rhyming every sentence and Thing 1 and Thing 2 causing mayhem and showing you up in public, it's for the best that this will never happen.
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