Monday, July 11, 2005

In the Mood for Another Meme

All righty, people. Just for a change of pace, here's something the cat dragged in: What book am I?





You're The Handmaid's Tale!

by Margaret Atwood

An outraged feminist, you have been oppressed and even silenced in your life, fueling your fury against the society as it stands. Your role has been strictly defined by society and you are almost certainly unsatisfied with it. You have some vague idea of how this has come to be, but insufficient power to stop it, let alone reverse the trend. And somehow you blame yourself for everything because people ask you to. Beware people renaming your nation a Republic.


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Surprise, surprise. Here's another good one: My husband is Lolita. Oy.

5 comments:

Scone said...

OK, I know this isn't technically a meme, but "In the Mood for Another Stupid Blog Quiz" can't be sung to a Robert Plant tune.

sallwood said...

I rated "To Kill A Mockingbird", while supermansdad scored "Anne of Green Gables".

Scone said...

More proof that you guys rock. We are apparently twisted and cynical all to heck. Sigh. More proof.

Kory O said...

Well, then, how the hell did I end up as "Anne of Green Gables"?

Bright, chipper, vivid, but with the emotional fortitude of cottage cheese, you make quite an impression on everyone you meet. You're impulsive, rash, honest, and probably don't have a great relationship with your parents. People hurt your feelings constantly, but your brazen honestly doesn't exactly treat others with kid gloves. Ultimately, though, you win the hearts and minds of everyone that matters. You spell your name with an E and you want everyone to know about it.

Considering my parents are dead, I can't really argue THAT point.....

Scone said...

"Emotional fortitude of cottage cheese"? Hmmm. File that one under "interesting terms for passive-aggressives" perhaps? I certainly wouldn't call you dull or lifeless, give good odds on the kid gloves, and well, I can't speak for your honesty, but I've heard those stories you told the advisers in college...