What Fictional Character are You?

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Jennie-Mae

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Everybody wants to be somebody else at times. So I’m simply asking:

What fictional character are you?

Author, actor/actress, politician, Justice or whatnot.

Ladies and gentlemen, the floor is yours.

I go first.

Aaaaand I’m.....Lucy Preston from Timeless:p.
 
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Tinuviel

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...Luthien Tinuviel, don't you read? :p.

In all seriousness, that probably wouldn't be who I would enjoy actually BEING. We'll go with Elizabeth Bennet, from Pride and Prejudice (book).
 

Lynx

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Bagheera, complete with the aversion to swimming, but without the stick-in-the-mud aspect.
 

peacenik

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Excellent topic!!!


This one is easy for me








​Dr Who!

garrulous, curmudgeon, a bit too nosy yenta, at times contentious, but some would say good hearted (actually, few would say that)
 

toinena

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I would like to be Elizabeth Bennett. A true hero. Intelligent and sweet. Virtuous but not prudish. Musical but not boasting about it. Well read. Witty. Beautiful, but her persona overshaddows her beauty.

But I am not.

So I think I have to settle for something less noble. Bridget Jones is more tragic and realistic. Very clumsy. But still, as Miss Bennett, ends up with Darcy.
 

Lynx

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Can we suggest characters for other users, or just fictional characters for ourselves?
 

toinena

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Excellent topic!!!


This one is easy for me








​Dr Who!

garrulous, curmudgeon, a bit too nosy yenta, at times contentious, but some would say good hearted (actually, few would say that)

As long as you have a TARDIS, I am in love. (just the wrong generation doctor... but that should be easily fixed by a trip on the TARDIS)
 

Dino246

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The Lawnmower Man

... because this thread needed some "creepy". ;)
 
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Everybody wants to be somebody else at times. So I’m simply asking:

What fictional character are you?

Author, actor/actress, politician, Justice or whatnot.

Ladies and gentlemen, the floor is yours.

I go first.

Aaaaand I’m.....Lucy Preston from Timeless:p.
Who do I want to be, or who am I?

Who I want to be.



Who am I? The one on the left.

 
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Tinuviel

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Who do I want to be, or who am I?

Who I want to be.



Who am I? The one on the left.

It's ok Lynn. I'd prefer to hang out with Granny Moses any day ;).
 
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Tinuviel

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...Luthien Tinuviel, don't you read? :p.

In all seriousness, that probably wouldn't be who I would enjoy actually BEING. We'll go with Elizabeth Bennet, from Pride and Prejudice (book).
Well, the posts of the other users put a whole new spin on it in terms of who you actually are, instead of who you'd like to be. In that case I'm much more of a Fanny Price. No exceedingly talented, reserved, shy, but opinionated. I'll continue to think about this one...
 
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La_Vie_En_Rose

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I identify most with Jane Eyre. Plain, quiet, teacher, sensitive, bad temper, nosy.
 

cinder

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Well I like to think I'm a cross between Eowyn of Rohan and Rebecca of York. Not sure if that's accurrate or not, but that's what I like to think.
 

seoulsearch

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Who I'd like to aspire to be... Sarah Connor, of course!!!

That's the LAST time someone says NO to me when I ask (politely!) for a taste of their food!!





Who I'm more like in real life:




Violet from The Incredibles.

I'm not quite as timid as Violet, but I'm always reading something, tend to turn invisible around a guy I like, and if I could, I would put a force field around all my friends and family.
 

Pipp

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I've always thought the oldest sister in Little Women, Meg, reminded me of myself. Not too dramatic, not too materialistic... just a down to earth sister.

But I also have my Lumpy space princess (from adventure time) side as well. If you don't know who she is... go to YouTube and educate yourself :p
 

Desdichado

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The funny part is I got back into the Tolkien legendarium after running into you on here.

So whenever I read or hear about Tinuviel, I think of this armed High School-aged Dakotan rather than an elven princess. A very unique reading experience, I'm sure. :p

...Luthien Tinuviel, don't you read? :p.

In all seriousness, that probably wouldn't be who I would enjoy actually BEING. We'll go with Elizabeth Bennet, from Pride and Prejudice (book).