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Your result for The Which Shakespeare Play Are You? Test...

The Comedy of Errors

You scored 20% = Tragic, 65% = Comic, 19% = Romantic, 30% = Historic

You Scored The Comedy of Errors. The Comedy of Errors was one of Shakespeare's earliest works and one of his most farcical and outlandish plays. Full of slapstick physical comedy, intelligent and bawdy wordplay, and mistaken identity, The Comedy of Errors pretty much sums up all of the hilarious plot devises we expect from a Shakespeare comedy. As The Comedy of Errors, you were most likely the quintessential "Class Clown" in high school. In a room full of people you were probably right in the center, making people laugh with your hilarious stories and amusing anecdotes. You probably have a stock-pile of go-to gags for whenever the party is getting dull, and you're willing to go to any length to make your friends smile (including dressing up in drag!) People love you because you are an all-around nice person - and that's why we love you too!

Take The Which Shakespeare Play Are You? Test
at HelloQuizzy

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Your Dominant Thinking Style: Experimenting

You're all about looking at the facts, and you could always use more of them.

You see life as your lab - and you're always trying out new things, people, and ideas.

The master of mix and match, you're always coming up with unique combinations.

You are good at getting a group to reach consensus.

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You're Prufrock and Other Observations!

by T.S. Eliot

Though you are very short and often overshadowed, your voice is poetic
and lyrical. Dark and brooding, you see the world as a hopeless effort of people trying
to impress other people. Though you make reference to almost everything, you've really
heard enough about Michelangelo. You measure out your life with coffee spoons.

Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.

I just had to laugh!

LJ quiz

Jan. 24th, 2008 10:40 am
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I'm 40% LiveJournal!

You've gotten your name around.
But you probably could've spent more time on your user info.

The LiveJournal Quiz

Take Other Caffeine Nebula Quizzes

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William Shakespeare

A bluiidmommy! A bluiidmommy! My kingdom for a bluiidmommy!

Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from?

Get your own quotes:

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My pirate name is:

Dirty Mary Rackham

You're the pirate everyone else wants to throw in the ocean -- not to get rid of you, you understand; just to get rid of the smell. You have the good fortune of having a good name, since Rackham (pronounced RACKem, not rack-ham) is one of the coolest sounding surnames for a pirate. Arr!

Get your own pirate name from
part of the network

So I guess I'm pretty smelly. Mwahahaha!
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Take my quiz!

I tried to do the geek quiz, but some of that stuff didn't even apply to me!
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You Are a Grilled Cheese Sandwich

You are a traditional person with very simple tastes.
In your opinion, the best things in life are free, easy, and fun.
You totally go with the flow. And you enjoy every minute of it!

Your best friend: The Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

Your mortal enemy: The Ham Sandwich

That's mostly true, except I'm not too fond of PB&J, and I like ham sandwiches. Go fig!
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The Ultimate LiveJournal Obsession Test
CategoryYour ScoreAverage LJer
Community Attachment4.3%
You have one or two loyal pals on LJ... But you probably have better things to do with your time.
You fill out forms at work - why should you fill them out for fun?
Original Content8.06%
It's okay to talk. People won't bite. Trust us.
Psychodrama Quotient3.61%
Warning: Can Flame When Necessary
Attention Whoring15.91%
Slothfully Seeking Susan
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   So I just took this linguistic test.  I'm 55% general American English, 20% Dixie, 15% Yankee, and 10% upper Midwestern.  Everyone always acts surprised when I tell them I'm from down south, and I really have no idea how upper Midwestern sneaked into my accent (or speech), but now I know why no one thinks I have an accent.  Oh, well, maybe it makes me more mysterious...

   Zales called last night, and Jon had to go talk to Bernie (the manager) this morning at ten.  We assumed it's an interview, and I hope it goes well.  The nice thing is that he knows he won't have to work on Sundays.  Bernie's desperate, and Jon's taking the place of a woman who had Sundays off (she was a Jehovah's Witness), so that'll be nice.

   I really don't have much to say.  Once again, Jill slept in, this time till 7:20.  So that was nice.  And my stomach hasn't been as nauseated as usual.

   I really hope Jon gets this job!

February 2016

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