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19 March 2006 @ 10:54 pm
Let's be classy, ladies and gentlemen!  

Name:Sumari MacLeod.

Age: I'm seventeen years old.

3 Positive Qualities: Witty, clever, charming

3 Negative Qualities: Stubborn, bitter, drifting


Movie: Clueless. It always makes me smile.

Animal: Raccoons, maybe, because we have a family of them living in the ravine in our yard, but I love falcons, too.

Classic Actor: Errol Flynn. Beautiful, always playing the dashing swashbuckler...He's swoontastic, of that there's no doubt.

Color: Burgundy. Chianti, the stage curtain, the carpet where paparazzi fear to tread...Also, I like bright pinks, and robin's egg blue, the latter enough to paint my room that hue.

Book: 100 Love Sonnets by Pablo Neruda. His work is beautiful, luscious, earthy.

Song: Non, je ne regrette rien by Edith Piaf.

Phrase: "It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye." That's from The Little Prince...god, do I love that book.

Either Or

Quiet or Loud: Loud when I mean it, quiet when in thought.

Diamonds or Pearls: I love them all, but I think I'll have to say pearls. There's no such thing as blood pearls, that I know, and the spectrum of pearl shades is just lovely.

Blonde or Brunette: Blonde. I think I'd like to try brunettedom someday, but I have such fun with my blonde hair, letting the sun shine off it on a summer's day...

Comedy or Drama: Comedy's just somebody else's drama. But I think I'll say comedy. Isn't it wonderful that every culture has evolved to respond to humour by laughing?

Tennessee Williams or Arthur Miller: Oh, god, I hate The Glass Menagerie, but for giving us Streetcar I have to choose him.

Martini or G&T?: Martini, there's so many variations thereof.

Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly: Alright, the great dance-off. But I think Fred Astaire takes it. I love Top Hat, so much.

Love or Money: ...Love with a rich man!

Man or Boy: Man. Boys are common, boys are thoughtless, boys are selfish. Ugh. What kind of question is that?

Play or Musical: Musical. It takes more skill to create, and to perform.

What would you do?

If your lover left you?: Well, I'd be upset for a while. But then my coping mechanisms would call him a fool, and I'd find someone even better. Then, shamelessly show my new man around town. Take that, dumper!

If you loved someone who didn’t love you back?: Oh, I'm used to this. Love takes its course naturally. I don't tell men I love them anyway. So the feeling would just die when I found someone smart enough TO love me back.

If your best friend confessed a potentially harmful secret to you, and you promised not to tell anyone?: Well, I wouldn't share anything that could hurt me. Wouldn't want it falling into the wrong hands. But I'd watch my friend more closely, that's for sure.

If you were stranded in a strange town with no money?: Small town or big city? Small town, hit the tavern and start charming. Big city, go to a library, type out a quick resume, and get cracking! I believe in my luck, so I'm sure something good would come my way.

Post at least 3 clear pictures of yourself.




Any final words?: Looking forward to the verdict, that's all.

Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
Current Music: Top Hat, White Tie and Tails, Fred Astaire
NovaGirlnovagirl on March 21st, 2006 05:21 am (UTC)
Take all the time you need. And it's alright, somebody has to despise the play. I felt for your reaction, actually, god know I've had it with people who insult the Bard. ;)