Horror or Romance?: Round 2

"I'll figure it out later"

I know there were probably a lot of sleepless nights out there wondering if your guesses from last week were correct – well, most of them were! Man, a lot of you either have much better Googling skills than Cary or you have crazy good memories about these books!

1) “Whoa. Monster cock.” ~ Feast (horror)

2) “We have to be friends. I won’t take no for an answer.” ~ Beautiful/Walking Disaster (horror romance)

3) “Why aren’t you eating me?” ~ Fido (horror)

4) “I recreated your room based on the photo I took of you sleeping.” ~ Crossfire series but omg shouldn’t it be horror?? HOW SCARY!!!

5) “I’m your boyfriend now, Nancy!” ~ A Nightmare on Elm Street (horror). I like how everyone was like, “This could be romance, but I don’t recognise the name Nancy.” Jeez you guys, it could have been from a romantic novel about a woman named Nancy from a book we didn’t write about here! But it wasn’t, so well done.

Before I give you this week’s challenge, I’ll clarify that “romantic” quotes I take are not only from books we’ve done on this blog. They make a romantic situation from a television show or movie even =0.

Round 2

Last week I have 5 quotes, but this week I’ll leave you with only two as they’re a little longer this time around. Okay, the part of the reason you get less this week is because I’m worried I’m going to run out of quotes if I use them all too quickly.

"I'll figure it out later"

1) “Well, he will cheat on you again – that’s a promise. And when he does, don’t come crying to me, because… I’ve had it with you. You’re so fucking weak!”

2) “I’d like to get you a little fourth-floor-walk-up somewhere, with no windows, no doors and lock you up for a week.”

Good luck! Also feel free to post some challenges of your own in the comments, I’d love to guess too!

 

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  1. Claudia M. Reply

    Oh, they’re harder this week. I’m gonna go…

    1) Horror
    2) Romance (although I never would have guessed romance for this incredibly disturbing quote before I read this blog. So thanks, BBGT!)

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  2. Kate Reply

    Last week, I guessed all romance, and I was wrong. This week, I’m going to guess both horror, because apparently I like being wrong about things. Incidentally, my apartment is a fourth-floor walk-up, so that was super uncomfortable to read. I have windows and doors, though, because how the fuck else would I get into my apartment. Is whoever said that quote planning to wall somebody in there, Cask of Amontillado style? How do you lock someone up in a room that has no doors, and therefore no locks?
    I think this psychopath’s kidnapping plans are sloppy, is what I’m trying to say, basically.

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  3. Dana Reply

    I actually know where the first quote is from specifically, so I feel like that’s cheating.

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  4. Kristin Reply

    lol, I know the first one too, but it took me a bit to place it! (Also, I am so proud for getting last week right!! When I read the Nancy quote, my brain was even hearing it in Freddy’s voice)

    1. Horror
    2. Romance
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  5. Judy Reply

    This is Banned Books Week in America. To bad there’s not a Banned From Writing Books Week. Most of the authors who write books we read for this blog would be on it.

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  6. E.H.Taylor Reply

    1) “Well, he will cheat on you again – that’s a promise. And when he does, don’t come crying to me, because… I’ve had it with you. You’re so fucking weak!”

    This sounds like a romance, but I’m going to go with horror, because my instincts usually suck.

    2) “I’d like to get you a little fourth-floor-walk-up somewhere, with no windows, no doors and lock you up for a week.”

    And again, sounds like horror so I’ll go with romance.

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