Which person in the past, present and future have you felt passionate about?
After reading the [italic]The Hunger Games[/italic], I can say that the character I love [italic]the[/italic] most is Finnick Odair. He's the only character who's likeable with Katniss being so unlikeable, Peeta being so unbelievably dense and Gale being so fickle.
Your list is entirely of fictional characters in literature who do not exist in the past, present or will exist in the future.
I like blue.
If we're talking fictional characters here, Dexter Morgan.
Thank you, r1, I was beginning to think I was the only one left on dl who wasn't completely deranged.
OP, your example is a very odd and immature thing to be 'passionate' about.
As a drama student, I was pretty passionate about DeNiro and Streep. Just in awe of them.
As an adult, I'm quite passionate about the work of Frida Kahlo. Her life was fascinating, and considering the hardships she went through, I think she remains one of the greatest figures in the history of art. I have a ton of books about her, her work, photographs of her, but there is one 200 dollar coffee table edition that I covet hard. Might make it a birthday present to myself.
Also, I absolutely adore Cindy Sherman.
I'm not sure whose sanity is more unstable: OP or r6, who actually took the question seriously.
OP - are you related to the Heath Ledger troll perhaps?
I am passionate about Rod Stewart's song Passion.
India Wilkes in "Gone with the Wind."
I didn't like Heath Ledger in his role as "Joker".