#OnFrankensteinsDatingProfile via Hashtag, You’re It!: @BrandNewMcMann The Top Picks

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Mary Shelley started writing “Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus” when she was just 18 years old and was first published in 1818. In the story, Frankenstein’s creation demands that Frankenstein make him a mate. He is hesitant at first, but finally bends to the creatures desire. However his conscience gets the better of him and half way through making the mate he tears the body apart. The creature sees this through the window and seeks bloody vengeance on Frankenstein and his loved ones. That was well over 200 years ago. That’s a long time to go without someone special in your life. The way that Victor reanimates his creation in the first place is…..vague, at best. So we really have no idea how long his creation will live. Could Victor have created an immortal that will outlive us all? So when he destroyed his only potential immortal mate it really set him off. After Victors death the “monster” said that it brought him no joy. So he went off. To live a life of solitude. Buuuuuuut, 200 years is a long time to be alone. Maybe loneliness compelled him to leave his life in the North Pole and search for a mate in a more conventional way. The most conventional way to find a mate now a days is online. OkCupid, Plenty Of Fish, eHarmony, Zoosk, and Jdate are just a few or the more popular ones. But what can a creature, created in a lab, stitched together from dead body parts, with multiple murders in his past say in an online dating profile to get him a first date even? That’s what I asked Twitter this week with the #OnFrankensteinsDatingProfile. So check out the top list below and don’t forget to join me every Tuesday at 11 am for the next exciting episode of “Hashtag, You’re It”

https://twitter.com/FamiliarFeet/status/1224728021111717890
https://twitter.com/Prosenbe1971/status/1224732009718829056

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