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29 September 2007 @ 08:37 pm
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The Basics

Name: Diana

Age range (13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25+): 20-24

Favorite character: This answer changes quite a bit for me, but I would have to say Ron. This may be because I am always stamped as him in character stamping places, put I like to think that there is some validity there. On the other hand my truly favorite character has to be Neville, especially after reading Deathly Hallows. He went through so much and it helped him become such a strong person, I bet Voldemort never saw that coming! He is just too awesome.

Least favorite character: Fleur, no question. Though she is a wonderful girl and is very pretty I do not like the concept of there being one girl in Harry Potter that every boy is crazy about. I am very glad that she is married, hopefully he will take her far away from our beloved characters. It is amazing how much the world seems to stop when she enters a scene. The appearance of her in the goblet of fire was entertaining, but when she reappears it seemed pointless. Also, I am completely jealous of her captivating power.

Favorite Non-Harry Potter related fandom: Supernatural, the fans are strong and the boys are hot. I have to say that I really like the fact that there is an awesome show that, unlike many of my other shows, is not canceled. It is nice being a part of a living fandom.

What is your pet peeve?: I have a few, but the biggest one has to be people who are just so stupid or critical it makes my brain explode. For example, my step mom criticized how I boiled water for spaghetti the other day. Also, I hate when people, you know, the stupid ones, think they know better than me. There is this girl at my college who is a freshman, I am a senior, and she keeps telling me how things at the school work, it bugs me so much.

The Deeper Stuff

Five years from now you are diagnosed with a terminal illness. It can be cured by a single pill that costs $5,000 dollars and is not covered by insurance. How would you go about getting the medication? That all depends, if it was a painless illness I would say "screw that" and go to Europe and go on wacky adventures until I die, but I think this is a question to see how far I would go to get money. I am not going to say the ends justify the means, because I really don't believe that. I would probably go to all the local churches and make a marathon type thing so people can make a big charity case out of me. My life saved and the center of media? Awesome on a stick!

Your house is burning down - all people and pets are out safely. You are able to save one item. What is it and why? Don't ask me this, it's too hard! I would end up running in circles trying to figure out what to save and then die because I couldn't choose before the fire killed me. My thought process would go something like this, "Maybe one of my books... no, I should get something practical... maybe something worth some money... oh! shiny!... a candle wouldn't make it out of the fire without melting... huh, look at that, my leg is on fire."

You find a wallet in a parking lot. It has $1,000 dollars cash in it and a driver's license. You look at the license and realize it belongs to a co-worker you speak to on a daily basis. What do you do? Can you believe this kind of thing actually happened to me once? So I will just tell you what happened! This past summer I worked at K-mart, and someone left an envelope of money! I brought it to the customer service desk and when I went to pick up my paycheck at the end of the week the person had left me $50 and a thank you note. So I would say that I would give it to whoever would be in charge of getting that money back to that person, or give it straight back to that person. I mean, if I lost that kind of money I would be really pissed.

You've been given $100,000 dollars. If you can use it all within one hour you will be given one million dollars. What do you do? Go to borders!!! Or any bookstore really, I love books. Oh wait! My favorite part of Office Space is on! Ok, I'm back. I love books, I really do. It is why I want to be an English teacher, I want a library like the Beast has in Beauty and the Beast.

You see a famous person in the lobby of a busy movie theater and no one else has noticed him/her. What do you do? I want to say that I would be super smooth, and, assuming that it is a super-hot guy, or someone who knows one of the super-hot guys I am thinking about, I would walk up to them and be so awesome I would become their best friend. Reality check, I would turn to whoever is with me and start yelling "LOOK! IT'S (enter name here)!" and pointing. Or I would be frozen stiff and lose the chance of meeting Jensen Ackles, oh well, his loss. I am so awesome he just has to deal with not knowing me. yup.

You come upon a wishing well and toss a coin in to make a wish. Your wish is granted. What did you wish for? Happiness. I know that is overly simple, but let me explain. Any material item I would wish for would not give me happiness, it is unrealistic to wish to be with someone forever or be best friends with someone forever, not to mention I don't believe that wishing wells mean anything anyway, so it is better just to wish for something that won't backfire. Can you think how a general wish like "happiness" will pull a movie switch and teach me the errors of my ways? I can't.

You're 70 years old and writing your autobiography. What is the title and why would people read it? "Sex with Nerds". People would buy it for a few reasons, the first being that I am awesome and very fascinating. My mind works...differently. I like to see everything as an adventure and the book would be spectacular. Not to mention when people saw the title they would go "Sex? What does that have to do with nerds? Well I shall find out." Plus I tend to hang out with the geekier crowd and I promised I would join the fight to make more hot chicks nerds. I figure this book can help the campaign.

You have been gifted with the chance to actually perform a magical spell. In front of you stands your greatest love, your worst enemy, and a pile of inanimate objects ready to be used in your spell. Which spell do you allow yourself to use and why have you chosen that spell? Can I only use it in this instant? You know what? That doesn't matter. Accio. Accio the awesome.
I would ignore the enemy, grab my boy and the inanimate objects and we could hang out and watch tv and not move at all. However we could still order food and get stuff because I would accio everything! Accio truly is the laziest spell created, I love it.

You find a magic lamp, rub it, and out pops a Genie. You are given the chance to relive and change one experience in your past. What do you change (if any) and why?
No. I would say "screw you, any changes in that would change the now, I have seen enough movies to see how this works" and walk away. I mean, come on, I admit that I am kind of messed up now but what if I screw with something that ends up being huge and I turn into a giant douche? No thank you.

Yes/No Questions
Mark each word with a yes or a no as it applies to you. Feel free to explain each answer (not mandatory) ok!

Logical: I like to think so, but not really.
Emotional: Way too emotional, it drives my boyfriend crazy sometimes. Dang you feminine-ness!
Intelligent: Yes, for knowledge is power.
Fair: I am when I am outside of the situation, but once things get personal vengeful!Diana takes over, aww, now I feel bad about vengeful!Diana.
Witty: I think so.
Creative: I don't really think so, but people tell me I am. Things that seem obvious to me are what people call me creative for... maybe that's what creative means. You know, seeing the world in a different way.. I am creative!
Cunning: I'm too explosive to be cunning. If I ever do come up with a plan that is cunning I tell to many people and it ruins the cunning.
Ambitious: Not really, I mean I work to get what I want but I don't like stepping on people to get it.
Brave: People tell me I am, I guess so. Bring the logic for creative to this one.
Loyal: Totally, mess with my friends and it is not cool.
Honest: Sometimes too honest, it is not a good thing.
Trustworthy: I think so, but with the honesty thing it gets tough, I think I know where to draw the line of what to tell others.
Impulsive: Oh yeah, yesterday my best friend and I bought Russian dwarf hamsters on a whim.
Mean: Sometimes.
Cruel: Sometimes.
Dishonest: Well doesn't this go along with honest? So...umm...no.
Observant: I like to think so, but I tend to be oblivious a lot too.
Stubborn: Hells yeah.
Friendly: Depends on the day.
Kind: Sometimes.
Compassionate: Sometimes.
Hard-working: When I am in the zone.
Lazy: Yeah, especially now that I have senioritis.
Outgoing: YES!

And finally, how did you find us? Lot's of clicking, I found you guys a while ago but I am waiting for my friend to get off work so I can bring her alcohol and play with my dwarf hamster Gregory so I figured why not?

an extra quote for you because I am watching Office Space, "You know the Nazi's had pieces of flair that they made the Jews wear."
Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: tv- Office Space
fugitive from the law of gravityozbourne on October 3rd, 2007 12:45 am (UTC)
Gonna have to steal you for Gryffindor! :)

-Ozbourne of Gryffindor
bananaf1sh3bananaf1sh3 on October 3rd, 2007 02:25 am (UTC)
I agree with the stealing of you for Gryffindor.

And yes, there is a way that wishing for happiness could backfire: brain tumors can make you very happy if they're in the right place. Obviously a Ravenclaw would have got that, thus you can't possibly be Ravenclaw. And you're not a snake in any means of the term. And nobody would think of you as a puffball with your go-with-the-flow mentality. And, it takes a lot of courage to turn down a genie. Thus, I have logically deduced you as being Gryffindor.
essie: hp: hermione is smart and harry is sillydear_prudence on October 3rd, 2007 02:58 am (UTC)

What about aliens?: gryffindorender839 on October 3rd, 2007 03:02 am (UTC)
Yup. Gryffindor for you.

Welcome and be merry!
Nuchtchas (Nutty, NIMLAS, however you know me): Huffelpuffnuchtchas on October 3rd, 2007 03:57 am (UTC)
totally a griffindor
Peppermintspoon: Isaacs/Lucius [Swish]peppermintspoon on October 3rd, 2007 11:17 am (UTC)

Me, myself and I: slytherin snakeascendingflame on October 3rd, 2007 05:13 pm (UTC)
Very much a Gryffindor.
Groupie: Coffee and Menhackergroupie on October 11th, 2007 11:42 pm (UTC)
club_mods on October 12th, 2007 10:51 pm (UTC)
Congratulations! You've been sorted into Gryffindor!

You can now join the Gryffindor common room, and participate in any Club Hogwarts activity!