Thoughts: I certainly do have “unique abilities.” This was such a fun quiz! I don’t know Killer Frost too well, but I think she fits me better than many of the other possibilities. And blue is definitely my color.
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I started to take this quiz about which Charmed character I am. But I stopped at question three “How do you where your hair?” because I had no idea. My hair be on my head. Where your hair?
Thoughts: Wow. Sorry, men. I knew my singing was bad, but I had no idea it was that bad. Once again, one of these demon quizzes picks up on my preference for justice. This quiz was painful grammatically as well (lots of “sum1″s). What a shame.
Answer: For 40 % you are: Well, I’m afraid that your personality didn’t match up with any of these horror characters. Which is probably a good thing. Yes, you’re just a normal person…
Thoughts: Well, thank goodness! So many times I don’t see myself in the possible answers, but this time there were loads of choices to choose… but the answer was pretty blah. I guess I’m just not caught out to go on a murderous, revenge-filled rampage. I suspected I was going to get “first person killed” but this is even better. Plus there are hints at there being more there at the end
Thoughts: I have never seen this show. I enjoy the resourcefulness present in this description, though I’d really hoped I’d get a show I knew! I recognized SO MANY shows mentioned in the questions (was especially thrilled to see Perfect Strangers there) but, no, I get one I’ve never seen. Oh well. The quiz was loads of fun to take!
Thoughts: I’ve maybe seen one or two episodes of Julia, so I’m not sure how accurate this is. But I love family and I like the caregiver-ness. And, hey, it’s nice to be groundbreaking!
Quiz: Which Cult Film Are You?
Answer: You are Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory!
You’re a visionary and an idealist. You have grandiose dreams of making the world a better place. But in order to do so, you have to test who will be part of your team… and if they don’t have what it takes… OUT!
Thoughts: I have never been and will never be called an idealist. I do have dreams and goals, but they’re only necessary to keep me from being lazy. I definitely fit the second half of the description, though. And I’m pretty crazy, just like this film. I’ve been known to break into song and binge on candy, so that’s pretty accurate.
Thoughts: Okay, I would have thought Emmet was too brave to be my result. But the description here actually fits me just fine I’m okay with this. I don’t really want to be popular, but I do want to be liked. so that’s close. I do really love following directions. If I had to choose a character I’m closest to… I’d probably have to choose Mrs. Scratchen-Post. LOL
Answer: Gellis Duncan
Beautiful, with bright green eyes that span the centuries of her offspring, Gellis is a time traveler, intent of aiding Bonnie Prince Charlie in the rising of 1745, She uses herbs to aid and injure; manipulating circumstances to her advantage, always. She befriends Clarie to learn more about her, yet provides an ill wish when asked. She is only concerned with herself.
Thoughts: Oh really? I wouldn’t know how to manipulate circumstances to my advantage if my life depended on it! And self-centered, she is! And crafty! Okay, yes, I’d probably be a Jacobite supporter and it would be neat to be a time traveler, especially one with some magic on my side. But I hope that there are more ways I’m different from Gellis than ways we are the same.
This was a strange quiz. Not too many choices, some of which were terribly obvious, and a few strange questions. The last question, especially, was strange/wrong.
What character am I like? Ian Alastair Robert MacLeod Murray (senior). I always identified with Ian.
Thoughts: Just before taking this quiz, I thought I shouldn’t bother filling it out at all. I am not a heroine, so anything I ended up with seems like it would not be accurate. But I am actually rather pleased with this outcome. True, I didn’t like the second book much and stopped reading after it, I still like Cassia, torn between what society expects and what she feels deep down is true and right. To me, she seemed curious, clever, and secretive. Her bravery comes from what she needs to do, not because she wants to take charge or because she is bold by nature. And I do like the color green.