wildcard_47: (dance)

Movie meme!

1. Name a movie that you have seen more than 10 times.
That applies to lots of movies, in my case. All Disney movies go here, as do the original 'Star Wars' films. Iron Jawed Angels.

2. Name a movie that you've seen multiple times in the theater.
Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

3. Name an actor that would make you more inclined to see a movie.
Jennifer Garner. Because she's both ridiculously cute and ridiculously badass.

4. Name an actor that would make you less likely to see a movie.
Adam Sandler. His movies have just gotten worse and worse with time.

5. Name a movie that you can and do quote from.
Rush Hour 2 -- it's such a silly movie but I cannot stop quoting it. It's an addiction, truly.

6. Name a movie musical that you know all of the lyrics to all of the songs.
Phantom of the Opera. Aladdin. The Sound of Music.

7. Name a movie that you have been known to sing along with.
The Sound of Music -- because I can never resist Julie Andrews.

8. Name a movie that you would recommend everyone see.
Some Like it Hot, with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe. Bit of a modern premise, but it's probably one of the funniest classic movies I've ever seen.

9. Name a movie that you own.
The Mummy Returns has been sitting next to my bed for ages. I've been watching the chase scenes through London over and over. Other movies that I've been loving.... Iron Jawed Angels, The Empire Strikes Back, The Holiday.

10. Name an actor that launched his/her entertainment career in another medium but who has surprised you with his/her acting skills.
Our very own Billie Piper. I won her debacle of a CD when I was six or seven years old and hated it. I mean, honestly, it  contained songs with titles such as "Honey to the B". Saw her on Who and absolutely couldn't believe that this was the same person.

11. Have you ever seen a movie in a drive-in? If so, what?
I haven't actually been to a drive-in! Which is sad because there's one just across the state line.

12. Ever made out in a movie?
THE HORROR. No, thanks.

13. Name a movie that you keep meaning to see but just haven't yet got around to it.
Captain Corelli's Mandolin.

14. Ever walked out of a movie?
Came *thisclose* to walking out of Jumanji when I was little, mostly because it scared me. Other than that, I haven't ever "walked out" of movies, but instead suffered through a few terrible ones.

15. Name a movie that made you cry in the theater.
The very first movie that made me cry was My Dog Skip. Really unmemorable overall, but I have vivid recollections of the scene where the young boy decides to hate his dog and starts beating him up. I was literally sobbing. It was terrible.

16. Popcorn?
Ew, no. I don't like popcorn much anyway (thanks to my old work days in concessions) but our theatre popcorn is truly disgusting.

17. How often do you go to the movies (as opposed to renting them or watching them at home)?
3-4 times a month -- it's how my mom and I hang out.

18. What's the last movie you saw in the theater?
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

19. What's your favorite/preferred genre of movie?
I'll go to practically any kind of movie. Love comedies or dramas especially. I draw the line at shock-value torture/horror films. Those are screwed up, and I refuse to watch them.

20. What's the first movie you remember seeing in the theater?
It was either Beauty and the Beast, or Aladdin. Something Disney.

21. What movie do you wish you had never seen?
The Girl Next Door -- you know, with Elisha Cuthbert? And nobody else? Dear God, that movie was terrible.

22. What is the weirdest movie you enjoyed?
Probably Garden State, though that's not so weird considering half of the world has seen it. To get weirder, Princess Mononoke, or the very old Face/Off.

23. What is the scariest movie you've seen?
Signs

24. What is the funniest movie you've seen?
I honestly don't know. I'll think about it for awhile....

wildcard_47: (dance)

Movie meme!

1. Name a movie that you have seen more than 10 times.
That applies to lots of movies, in my case. All Disney movies go here, as do the original 'Star Wars' films. Iron Jawed Angels.

2. Name a movie that you've seen multiple times in the theater.
Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

3. Name an actor that would make you more inclined to see a movie.
Jennifer Garner. Because she's both ridiculously cute and ridiculously badass.

4. Name an actor that would make you less likely to see a movie.
Adam Sandler. His movies have just gotten worse and worse with time.

5. Name a movie that you can and do quote from.
Rush Hour 2 -- it's such a silly movie but I cannot stop quoting it. It's an addiction, truly.

6. Name a movie musical that you know all of the lyrics to all of the songs.
Phantom of the Opera. Aladdin. The Sound of Music.

7. Name a movie that you have been known to sing along with.
The Sound of Music -- because I can never resist Julie Andrews.

8. Name a movie that you would recommend everyone see.
Some Like it Hot, with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe. Bit of a modern premise, but it's probably one of the funniest classic movies I've ever seen.

9. Name a movie that you own.
The Mummy Returns has been sitting next to my bed for ages. I've been watching the chase scenes through London over and over. Other movies that I've been loving.... Iron Jawed Angels, The Empire Strikes Back, The Holiday.

10. Name an actor that launched his/her entertainment career in another medium but who has surprised you with his/her acting skills.
Our very own Billie Piper. I won her debacle of a CD when I was six or seven years old and hated it. I mean, honestly, it  contained songs with titles such as "Honey to the B". Saw her on Who and absolutely couldn't believe that this was the same person.

11. Have you ever seen a movie in a drive-in? If so, what?
I haven't actually been to a drive-in! Which is sad because there's one just across the state line.

12. Ever made out in a movie?
THE HORROR. No, thanks.

13. Name a movie that you keep meaning to see but just haven't yet got around to it.
Captain Corelli's Mandolin.

14. Ever walked out of a movie?
Came *thisclose* to walking out of Jumanji when I was little, mostly because it scared me. Other than that, I haven't ever "walked out" of movies, but instead suffered through a few terrible ones.

15. Name a movie that made you cry in the theater.
The very first movie that made me cry was My Dog Skip. Really unmemorable overall, but I have vivid recollections of the scene where the young boy decides to hate his dog and starts beating him up. I was literally sobbing. It was terrible.

16. Popcorn?
Ew, no. I don't like popcorn much anyway (thanks to my old work days in concessions) but our theatre popcorn is truly disgusting.

17. How often do you go to the movies (as opposed to renting them or watching them at home)?
3-4 times a month -- it's how my mom and I hang out.

18. What's the last movie you saw in the theater?
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

19. What's your favorite/preferred genre of movie?
I'll go to practically any kind of movie. Love comedies or dramas especially. I draw the line at shock-value torture/horror films. Those are screwed up, and I refuse to watch them.

20. What's the first movie you remember seeing in the theater?
It was either Beauty and the Beast, or Aladdin. Something Disney.

21. What movie do you wish you had never seen?
The Girl Next Door -- you know, with Elisha Cuthbert? And nobody else? Dear God, that movie was terrible.

22. What is the weirdest movie you enjoyed?
Probably Garden State, though that's not so weird considering half of the world has seen it. To get weirder, Princess Mononoke, or the very old Face/Off.

23. What is the scariest movie you've seen?
Signs

24. What is the funniest movie you've seen?
I honestly don't know. I'll think about it for awhile....

wildcard_47: (this land is our land)
OK, you'd better tell me all about YOUR politics since I have to do it for you.

Alright, since I obviously made one of the dear people on my f-list detail their political beliefs, I guess that means it’s time for me to explain my own. 



 
wildcard_47: (this land is our land)
OK, you'd better tell me all about YOUR politics since I have to do it for you.

Alright, since I obviously made one of the dear people on my f-list detail their political beliefs, I guess that means it’s time for me to explain my own. 



 
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I know you love to read...so tell me more about your favorite authors or books (besides JKR and Harry Potter.)

Oh, what a question. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t in love with books. Considering I’ve been reading since I was two years old, there’s a lot of ground to cover. Hm….I’ll start the list with a few of my all-time favorites and then add some of my current ones.

To begin: when I was in the second grade (yes, I do remember this vividly, LOL) my dad came home with an armful of books he’d found at a yard sale. I don’t remember all the ones he brought, but there were three sets which caught my eye and since then, have been read more times than I can count.
 
First, there’s the classic Little House on the Prairie series, by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I think what I loved most about this book was Laura’s travels and experiences on the frontier. Plus, the stories always amazed me because her family lived on practically nothing and was still able to be perfectly content, no matter how hard things got. I also liked the fact that Laura was really spunky and refused to take crap from anyone. That was pretty admirable. And who could forget about Almanzo Wilder, when he started taking her for buggy rides in the countryside? Like I said, classic.
 
The Anne of Green Gables series, by L.M. Montgomery, was also one of my favorites. It was probably my all-time favorite series, until I discovered my love of sci-fi and fantasy. I think I loved these books so much because I identified with Anne COMPLETELY. Wildly imaginative (and probably too much so?) Check. Disdainful of immature boys? Check. Anne was a writer, an actor, and a daydreamer, which made me adore her. She was reckless, too, and was always making huge mistakes because of it; I appreciated that. I didn’t want a character who was perfect, but I did want one who was happy, and who (eventually) could grow to be content with who she was, and wouldn’t change for anybody.
 
The Chronicles of Narnia, by C.S. Lewis, was the catalyst which sparked my love of fantasy and science fiction. I remember we read “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe” out loud in class one year; I was fascinated by the details and the creatures that Lewis had created. After that, I had to read the rest of the books; I couldn’t stand not to know the entire story. Before LWaTW, I’d read fairy tales, and had loved the magical aspects of those, but this was like seventeen fairy tales rolled into one. Plus, it was better than a fairy tale! This was complicated, and fantastical, and didn’t just revolve around a princess in a tower.
 
Although I was in sixth grade before I found this one, The Amber Spyglass (by Philip Pullman) is probably my favorite of all of fantasy books, save for Harry Potter. Actually, HP was the reason I stumbled onto it; my friend and I had finished reading PoA, and having no more to read, we were looking for something different. A mutual friend gave us Pullman’s books – but she could only find the last two of the trilogy. Despite starting in the middle and having no idea of the backstory and what was going on, I fell in love with the trilogy, especially Amber Spyglass. Mostly because I loved the idea of characters like Mrs. Coulter. Mrs. Coulter is nasty, but she’s not completely heartless. She’s cold, sinister, calculating, and self-serving, but she’s not your “typical” villain, because she’s got a little bit of good inside of her. It manifests itself in weird ways, and only towards Lord Asriel, the golden monkey, or toward Lyra, but it’s still there. Simultaneously, Will and Lyra, though they are “good”, have done their share of bad things in order to continue their quest. I loved how complicated the books were. They blew my mind and made me think, which made the world Pullman created so much more real.
 
Those are probably the most-read of my giant collection of books. For fun, I’ll toss on a couple lists of favorite books:
 
Wicked, My Sister’s Keeper, Pride and Prejudice, Catch-22, Hamlet, A Voice In The Wind, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Secret Garden, Sense and Sensibility, Daughter of the Forest, Rebecca….er….I recently finished Elizabeth Strout’s “Abide With Me”, which was pretty good. I think I’m going to read “Atonement” next, or perhaps pick up some Terry Goodkind again.
 
These authors could write grocery lists worth reading: Anne Lamott, John Cheever, Jane Austen, Maya Angelou, Dave Barry, Timothy Zahn, Bill Bryson, Sherman Alexie, Stephen King.
 
I’m also a big poetry freak. Walt Whitman, Shel Silverstein, Christina Rosetti, Lord Byron, Andrew Marvell, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning are some of my favorites.
 
That enough of an answer for you?
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I know you love to read...so tell me more about your favorite authors or books (besides JKR and Harry Potter.)

Oh, what a question. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t in love with books. Considering I’ve been reading since I was two years old, there’s a lot of ground to cover. Hm….I’ll start the list with a few of my all-time favorites and then add some of my current ones.

To begin: when I was in the second grade (yes, I do remember this vividly, LOL) my dad came home with an armful of books he’d found at a yard sale. I don’t remember all the ones he brought, but there were three sets which caught my eye and since then, have been read more times than I can count.
 
First, there’s the classic Little House on the Prairie series, by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I think what I loved most about this book was Laura’s travels and experiences on the frontier. Plus, the stories always amazed me because her family lived on practically nothing and was still able to be perfectly content, no matter how hard things got. I also liked the fact that Laura was really spunky and refused to take crap from anyone. That was pretty admirable. And who could forget about Almanzo Wilder, when he started taking her for buggy rides in the countryside? Like I said, classic.
 
The Anne of Green Gables series, by L.M. Montgomery, was also one of my favorites. It was probably my all-time favorite series, until I discovered my love of sci-fi and fantasy. I think I loved these books so much because I identified with Anne COMPLETELY. Wildly imaginative (and probably too much so?) Check. Disdainful of immature boys? Check. Anne was a writer, an actor, and a daydreamer, which made me adore her. She was reckless, too, and was always making huge mistakes because of it; I appreciated that. I didn’t want a character who was perfect, but I did want one who was happy, and who (eventually) could grow to be content with who she was, and wouldn’t change for anybody.
 
The Chronicles of Narnia, by C.S. Lewis, was the catalyst which sparked my love of fantasy and science fiction. I remember we read “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe” out loud in class one year; I was fascinated by the details and the creatures that Lewis had created. After that, I had to read the rest of the books; I couldn’t stand not to know the entire story. Before LWaTW, I’d read fairy tales, and had loved the magical aspects of those, but this was like seventeen fairy tales rolled into one. Plus, it was better than a fairy tale! This was complicated, and fantastical, and didn’t just revolve around a princess in a tower.
 
Although I was in sixth grade before I found this one, The Amber Spyglass (by Philip Pullman) is probably my favorite of all of fantasy books, save for Harry Potter. Actually, HP was the reason I stumbled onto it; my friend and I had finished reading PoA, and having no more to read, we were looking for something different. A mutual friend gave us Pullman’s books – but she could only find the last two of the trilogy. Despite starting in the middle and having no idea of the backstory and what was going on, I fell in love with the trilogy, especially Amber Spyglass. Mostly because I loved the idea of characters like Mrs. Coulter. Mrs. Coulter is nasty, but she’s not completely heartless. She’s cold, sinister, calculating, and self-serving, but she’s not your “typical” villain, because she’s got a little bit of good inside of her. It manifests itself in weird ways, and only towards Lord Asriel, the golden monkey, or toward Lyra, but it’s still there. Simultaneously, Will and Lyra, though they are “good”, have done their share of bad things in order to continue their quest. I loved how complicated the books were. They blew my mind and made me think, which made the world Pullman created so much more real.
 
Those are probably the most-read of my giant collection of books. For fun, I’ll toss on a couple lists of favorite books:
 
Wicked, My Sister’s Keeper, Pride and Prejudice, Catch-22, Hamlet, A Voice In The Wind, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Secret Garden, Sense and Sensibility, Daughter of the Forest, Rebecca….er….I recently finished Elizabeth Strout’s “Abide With Me”, which was pretty good. I think I’m going to read “Atonement” next, or perhaps pick up some Terry Goodkind again.
 
These authors could write grocery lists worth reading: Anne Lamott, John Cheever, Jane Austen, Maya Angelou, Dave Barry, Timothy Zahn, Bill Bryson, Sherman Alexie, Stephen King.
 
I’m also a big poetry freak. Walt Whitman, Shel Silverstein, Christina Rosetti, Lord Byron, Andrew Marvell, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning are some of my favorites.
 
That enough of an answer for you?
wildcard_47: (oooh sneaky)
Everyone has things they blog about.

Everyone has things they don't blog about.

Challenge me out of my comfort zone by telling me something I don't blog about, but you'd like to hear about, and I'll write a post about it. Ask for anything: latest movie watched, last book read, political leanings, thoughts on lima beans, favorite type of underwear, etc. I reserve the right to filter appropriately.


All right, folks; ask away! Comments will be screened, but I'll reply to anyone who posts.

P.S. (This postscript has nothing whatsoever to do with the meme, but did anyone else hear the good news about the Beatles finally getting their songs on iTunes? Here's a link if you'd like to read the article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=528437&in_page_id=1770 . I'm SOOOO excited about it!)
wildcard_47: (oooh sneaky)
Everyone has things they blog about.

Everyone has things they don't blog about.

Challenge me out of my comfort zone by telling me something I don't blog about, but you'd like to hear about, and I'll write a post about it. Ask for anything: latest movie watched, last book read, political leanings, thoughts on lima beans, favorite type of underwear, etc. I reserve the right to filter appropriately.


All right, folks; ask away! Comments will be screened, but I'll reply to anyone who posts.

P.S. (This postscript has nothing whatsoever to do with the meme, but did anyone else hear the good news about the Beatles finally getting their songs on iTunes? Here's a link if you'd like to read the article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=528437&in_page_id=1770 . I'm SOOOO excited about it!)
wildcard_47: (technicolor arwen reading)
People who have been tagged must write their answers on their blogs and replace any question they dislike with a new question formulated by themselves. Tag 8 people. Those who are tagged cannot refuse. These 8 people must state who they were tagged by. You cannot tag the person who tagged you. Continue this game by sending this to 8 other people.

I'm not tagging you, because I equate tagging with the dual evils of chain letters and obnoxious fowarded emails, but if you feel like joining in, by all means do so! I swiped this one from the lovely  [profile] jkg_vader

1. You have 50 dollars in your pocket. What do you do with it?
Probably go to the bookstore. Or DVD store, whichever strikes my fancy.

2. What is your most guilty pleasure?
I have to agree with J-9 here; it's probably writing or reading fanfiction.

3. Outdoors or indoors?
What activity are we doing? Because I am equally up for both, but it depends on what's going on and who I'm with.

4. Are you confused as to what lies ahead of you?
Totally and completely. Join the club! I've got t-shirts.....

5. Does Money buy Happiness?
Nope, just some extra living comforts and perhaps a nice furniture suite.

6. Which is more blessed, loving someone or being loved by someone else?
Being loved by someone else. Because you don't know how or why it happens, but you know that the other person cares about your true self and that they would do almost anything for you.

7. What's your theory on dating?
When you're younger, it's to figure out who you like and what you're looking for. When you're older -- to see if those qualities you like in an S.O. lead to a long-term relationship or marriage with the right person.

8. What is the one thing you love most in life?
Don't know. My family?

9. Is there anything that has made you unhappy recently?
My whole flat is getting ill, and I am feeling the onset of a nasty cold of doom. Grr.

10. What do you want most in life?
To get as much out of it as I possibly can. What that entails -- who knows? It's more of a 'winging it' type of plan.

11. If you could pick between being a good singer or a good dancer, which would you choose?
Singer, because I sing much more than I dance. Though I'd like to dance, too, come to think of it!

12. If you found out that your best friend is going out with your boyfriend/girlfriend, how would you react?
Get really pissed off, break up with the boy, and give my friend the silent treatment for a month or so. Then I'd try to forgive her and move on.

13. What is a childhood dream of yours?
To go and live in the rainforest. :) Because that would be freakin awesome! 

14. What kind of person do you think you are?
Passionate. Stubborn. Determined. Open.

15. Do you believe in something higher than humankind?
Sure do!

16. Which fictional character could you most see yourself marrying?
Oh, dear.....soooo many.....let's just give the top three:
1. Mr. Darcy
2. Gilbert Blythe (sooooo dreamy....)
3. Will, from the His Dark Materials trilogy.

17. Would you give your whole heart in a relationship?
I would....if I found the person who would do the same for me!

18. Do you have a motto? If yes, what is it?
Forget about the superficial. If people judge me on superficial things, they're not worth angsting over.

19. What period of history, if any, interests you the most?
Victorian (1800s-early 1900s), or maybe the Renaissance?

20. Do you have an all time favorite song?
No....that's impossible for me to pick! But my current favorite album (that's close enough, right?) is the Wicked soundtrack.
wildcard_47: (technicolor arwen reading)
People who have been tagged must write their answers on their blogs and replace any question they dislike with a new question formulated by themselves. Tag 8 people. Those who are tagged cannot refuse. These 8 people must state who they were tagged by. You cannot tag the person who tagged you. Continue this game by sending this to 8 other people.

I'm not tagging you, because I equate tagging with the dual evils of chain letters and obnoxious fowarded emails, but if you feel like joining in, by all means do so! I swiped this one from the lovely  [profile] jkg_vader

1. You have 50 dollars in your pocket. What do you do with it?
Probably go to the bookstore. Or DVD store, whichever strikes my fancy.

2. What is your most guilty pleasure?
I have to agree with J-9 here; it's probably writing or reading fanfiction.

3. Outdoors or indoors?
What activity are we doing? Because I am equally up for both, but it depends on what's going on and who I'm with.

4. Are you confused as to what lies ahead of you?
Totally and completely. Join the club! I've got t-shirts.....

5. Does Money buy Happiness?
Nope, just some extra living comforts and perhaps a nice furniture suite.

6. Which is more blessed, loving someone or being loved by someone else?
Being loved by someone else. Because you don't know how or why it happens, but you know that the other person cares about your true self and that they would do almost anything for you.

7. What's your theory on dating?
When you're younger, it's to figure out who you like and what you're looking for. When you're older -- to see if those qualities you like in an S.O. lead to a long-term relationship or marriage with the right person.

8. What is the one thing you love most in life?
Don't know. My family?

9. Is there anything that has made you unhappy recently?
My whole flat is getting ill, and I am feeling the onset of a nasty cold of doom. Grr.

10. What do you want most in life?
To get as much out of it as I possibly can. What that entails -- who knows? It's more of a 'winging it' type of plan.

11. If you could pick between being a good singer or a good dancer, which would you choose?
Singer, because I sing much more than I dance. Though I'd like to dance, too, come to think of it!

12. If you found out that your best friend is going out with your boyfriend/girlfriend, how would you react?
Get really pissed off, break up with the boy, and give my friend the silent treatment for a month or so. Then I'd try to forgive her and move on.

13. What is a childhood dream of yours?
To go and live in the rainforest. :) Because that would be freakin awesome! 

14. What kind of person do you think you are?
Passionate. Stubborn. Determined. Open.

15. Do you believe in something higher than humankind?
Sure do!

16. Which fictional character could you most see yourself marrying?
Oh, dear.....soooo many.....let's just give the top three:
1. Mr. Darcy
2. Gilbert Blythe (sooooo dreamy....)
3. Will, from the His Dark Materials trilogy.

17. Would you give your whole heart in a relationship?
I would....if I found the person who would do the same for me!

18. Do you have a motto? If yes, what is it?
Forget about the superficial. If people judge me on superficial things, they're not worth angsting over.

19. What period of history, if any, interests you the most?
Victorian (1800s-early 1900s), or maybe the Renaissance?

20. Do you have an all time favorite song?
No....that's impossible for me to pick! But my current favorite album (that's close enough, right?) is the Wicked soundtrack.
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Your Score: Demotic


You scored


You are Demotic, the degenerate wild child of Hieroglyphics. At least, that's what Hieroglyphics used to say. Quicker, nimbler but a definite trouble-maker in the family.

Link: The Which Ancient Language Are You Test written by imipak


 Saw this, and it begged me to come play. Being the English major/linguistic dork that I am, I had to!
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Your Score: Demotic


You scored


You are Demotic, the degenerate wild child of Hieroglyphics. At least, that's what Hieroglyphics used to say. Quicker, nimbler but a definite trouble-maker in the family.

Link: The Which Ancient Language Are You Test written by imipak


 Saw this, and it begged me to come play. Being the English major/linguistic dork that I am, I had to!
wildcard_47: (house pride)
Winter term is going swimmingly so far. We watched Henry V today, which I had never seen, and I really enjoyed it. I mean, who doesn't love seeing Judi Dench, Emma Thompson, Kenneth Branagh and baby Christian Bale in a Shakespeare play? (And by 'baby', I mean Christian was like 14ish. Sooo cute!) Also, when looking over the syllabus, I realized that I'm going to be seeing quite a LOT of Ken this month. So hopefully I continue to love him and his hilarious range of angry faces.

Anyway, currently I'm supposed to be studying Hamlet, but since I already finished reading it a couple of days ago (and have unfortunately misplaced my oh-so-convenient data sheet from senior year which was supposed to serve as my study guide)..... well, I think you see where this is going. So I ended up swiping a meme from [personal profile] lordofhaladin to alleviate my bad studying/boredom.

What Conley Means

You are very open. You communicate well, and you connect with other people easily.
You are a naturally creative person. Ideas just flow from your mind.
A true chameleon, you are many things at different points in your life. You are very adaptable.

You are well rounded, with a complete perspective on life.
You are solid and dependable. You are loyal, and people can count on you.
At times, you can be a bit too serious. You tend to put too much pressure on yourself.

You are very intuitive and wise. You understand the world better than most people.
You also have a very active imagination. You often get carried away with your thoughts.
You are prone to a little paranoia and jealousy. You sometimes go overboard in interpreting signals.

You are relaxed, chill, and very likely to go with the flow.
You are light hearted and accepting. You don't get worked up easily.
Well adjusted and incredibly happy, many people wonder what your secret to life is.

You are friendly, charming, and warm. You get along with almost everyone.
You work hard not to rock the boat. Your easy going attitude brings people together.
At times, you can be a little flaky and irresponsible. But for the important things, you pull it together.

You are a free spirit, and you resent anyone who tries to fence you in.
You are unpredictable, adventurous, and always a little surprising.
You may miss out by not settling down, but you're too busy having fun to care.
 

Also, in completely unrelated news to this meme/Shakespeare, I definitely just got politically prank called. I answered my phone, some guy asked me who I was voting for in the next election, I said I wasn't sure, and he yelled 'Barack!' (or possibly just yelled gibberish, I couldn't really tell what he was saying) and hung up. WTF?
wildcard_47: (house pride)
Winter term is going swimmingly so far. We watched Henry V today, which I had never seen, and I really enjoyed it. I mean, who doesn't love seeing Judi Dench, Emma Thompson, Kenneth Branagh and baby Christian Bale in a Shakespeare play? (And by 'baby', I mean Christian was like 14ish. Sooo cute!) Also, when looking over the syllabus, I realized that I'm going to be seeing quite a LOT of Ken this month. So hopefully I continue to love him and his hilarious range of angry faces.

Anyway, currently I'm supposed to be studying Hamlet, but since I already finished reading it a couple of days ago (and have unfortunately misplaced my oh-so-convenient data sheet from senior year which was supposed to serve as my study guide)..... well, I think you see where this is going. So I ended up swiping a meme from [personal profile] lordofhaladin to alleviate my bad studying/boredom.

What Conley Means

You are very open. You communicate well, and you connect with other people easily.
You are a naturally creative person. Ideas just flow from your mind.
A true chameleon, you are many things at different points in your life. You are very adaptable.

You are well rounded, with a complete perspective on life.
You are solid and dependable. You are loyal, and people can count on you.
At times, you can be a bit too serious. You tend to put too much pressure on yourself.

You are very intuitive and wise. You understand the world better than most people.
You also have a very active imagination. You often get carried away with your thoughts.
You are prone to a little paranoia and jealousy. You sometimes go overboard in interpreting signals.

You are relaxed, chill, and very likely to go with the flow.
You are light hearted and accepting. You don't get worked up easily.
Well adjusted and incredibly happy, many people wonder what your secret to life is.

You are friendly, charming, and warm. You get along with almost everyone.
You work hard not to rock the boat. Your easy going attitude brings people together.
At times, you can be a little flaky and irresponsible. But for the important things, you pull it together.

You are a free spirit, and you resent anyone who tries to fence you in.
You are unpredictable, adventurous, and always a little surprising.
You may miss out by not settling down, but you're too busy having fun to care.
 

Also, in completely unrelated news to this meme/Shakespeare, I definitely just got politically prank called. I answered my phone, some guy asked me who I was voting for in the next election, I said I wasn't sure, and he yelled 'Barack!' (or possibly just yelled gibberish, I couldn't really tell what he was saying) and hung up. WTF?

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