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04 May 2007 @ 02:26 pm
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The Basics

Name: Quinn

Age range (13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25+): 20-24 (I'm almost 21, woohoo!)


Favorite character: Such a tough one. Maybe this will seem cliche, but I'd have to say Dumbledore and Snape (I can't decide between the two). I don't LIKE Snape, per se, but I find both the characters so intelligent and so incredibly intruiging. They both hold so much wisdom and so many secrets; I'm always craving more information about the both of them, their histories, their motivations, etc.

Least favorite character: Oh god, Dolores Umbridge, definitely. She was the most awful thing ever, and so repulsive looking.

Favorite Non-Harry Potter related fandom: I was quite into the World Cup 2006 stuff.

What is your pet peeve?: Open doors. For some reason I want doors to rooms shut unless there's a justifiable reason for keeping them open.

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? I have many loving friends and family members. Granted, none of them are rich, but I think if I asked them all they would be more than willing to find a way to cover it. Or perhaps by then I will be lucky enough to have married a marvelous, brilliant, rich man who can just write out the check easy as pie.

Your house is burning down - all people and pets are out safely. You are able to save one item. What is it and why?

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? Well if I return it I obviously have to leave the money in it because I'm sure they would know they had had $1,000 in there and it would be incredibly awkward to have them knowing you'd stolen their money and continue to work with them. And they could turn me in to my boss, even though I had been kind enough to return the wallet. I don't think my conscience would let me keep the whole thing though, and maybe they have children to feed, so I'd just return it and hope they were good enough to maybe give me a little reward money. If not, I'd fantasize about their going to Azkaban. And hey, good karma for me the next time I lose MY wallet with $1,000 in it


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? Down payment on a nice house. It'll have to be a big, beautiful one for a down payment that large. The million would then go to buying another house for my family, donating to some charities, travelling like all hell, and being able to quit my job and just write.

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? Depends on the person. If it were, say, a poet I really admired, I'd approach him/her because poets are (usually) very receptive and like knowing they have fans. Plus they'd probably impart some brilliant knowledge, or at least tell me how to "get into the biz", so to speak. If it were a celebrity, more than likely I'd just gawk and look on in awe, and probably comment on how they look a lot shorter in real life.

You come upon a wishing well and toss a coin in to make a wish. Your wish is granted. What did you wish for? Well I wish for things all the time (on eyelashes, on times like 2:22. I'm not sure if anyone else does that) so it would likely be something silly that I wanted at the time, like not to die in a plane crash while flying or for a certain someone to return the love I have for them.

You're 70 years old and writing your autobiography. What is the title and why would people read it? Pulling a Sylvia, in reference to Sylvia Plath, mostly because I could see myself being one of those morbid, dark poets for awhile, trying to kill myself, failing, and then bouncing back, embracing life, telling others to do the same (but through writing, and not in a cheesy way). People would read it because everyone's interested in the crazy ones.

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? I would use Oppugno and cause a bunch of animals, most likely bats, to attack my enemy. It would humiliate him/her, cause them some suffering but nothing too bad, and I imagine in this case the enemy would be the person standing between me and my love and our getting together. He/she would probably be somewhat scarred after that, but none the worse for wear, and scared of me, and my lover and I could run off while he/she was being attacked. I wouldn't do one of the unforgiveable curses; I wouldn't want to risk going to Azkaban.

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? I would change the death of my uncle, or rather, prevent it, so that my family could enjoy his living a life and he could start his own family with his young, pretty wife.

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)

Logical: Only when in a good mood. My logic and rationality fly out the window when I'm upset and emotional.
Emotional: YES, I am an extremely emotionally sensitive person.
Intelligent: I'd say so, yes. I'm no prodigy but I can hold my own.
Fair: I'd like to say yes but to be honest, I'd say it's up in the air. Sometimes you just want to do things to benefit yourself, even if it's not that fair to others.
Witty: Not to brag, but very much so.
Creative: Yes, yes, yes.
Cunning: Occasionally (it can come with the trade of being both creative and intelligent) but not so much that I could make a living from being a detective
Ambitious: Absolutely.
Brave: Not always, but I try to confront my fears when I can, and I know I'd risk all if my loved ones were threatened and in danger.
Loyal: Very
Honest: VERY
Trustworthy: Yes
Impulsive: Often
Mean: Never on purpose, but I'm sure it's happened on occasion
Cruel: Same answer as the one above
Dishonest: NO, unless telling a white lie to make my friends feel better about themselves. I hate liars.
Observant: Yes, I'm an avid people-watcher.
Stubborn: Yes. I'm a Taurus and often think I'm right.
Friendly: Certainly.
Kind: Yes
Compassionate: Yes
Hard-working: Once I commit to something, yes. But I do tend to procrastinate a lot.
Lazy: At times. I'm an American, after all.
Outgoing: Not a whole lot, but more so than I was in the past.

And finally, how did you find us? Through the lovely hacker_groupie

Sorry that was so long! Hopefully it helps.


ACK! Sorry, forgot to answer a question. That was brilliant of me! It's finals crunch time, my mistake. So, the burning house question. Provided my loved ones and my crazy kitten had already been saved...I'd have to save my computer. I hate putting that down because it seems lame to save an electronic item but I have all of my writing, music, photos, etc. that are valuable on here. I'd love to say I'd save all my books because they mean a lot to me, but I'd just use my computer to order more books online. Used ones probably, since I'd be pretty broke after losing everything.
 
 
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Nuchtchas (Nutty, NIMLAS, however you know me): Huffelpuffnuchtchas on May 4th, 2007 09:33 pm (UTC)
I am torn between Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff and though I would love to see a world cup fan in hufflepuff (go futbol!) I think I am going to have to say Ravenclaw
Groupie: Coffee and Menhackergroupie on May 4th, 2007 10:25 pm (UTC)
You're either a Ravenclaw or a Gryffindor. If you can answer the question you skipped, I'll sort you :D Wish you were a snake!
Groupie: Coffee and Menhackergroupie on May 7th, 2007 05:14 pm (UTC)
Gryffindor! - you've got claw in you, but I think despite your answer to Brave in the last section, you're still a Gryffindor.
Good. I like a whore with sentiment.mypet_virus on May 8th, 2007 01:47 am (UTC)
Ravenclaw.
You're a Ravenclaw and you're coming with me.

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Me, myself and I: Slytherin sortedascendingflame on May 8th, 2007 03:54 pm (UTC)
Deleted the other comment as there was no vote on it and you've added the missing question. Thanks. Although it really didn't help much *g*.

You were tough to sort. In the end I'm going to say Ravenclaw. I really think you'd fit well into both Ravenclaw and Gryffindor, but I think I saw a bit more thinking things out than bold impulsiveness.

Julia // Slytherin
Satchels of Gold: ClubHogwarts Gryffindor House Headcattyhunts on May 9th, 2007 11:03 pm (UTC)
Ravenclaw
Jazzymrsroyall on May 11th, 2007 01:50 am (UTC)
This screams Ravenclaw, especially after the addition of the missing question. :)
club_mods on May 11th, 2007 10:47 pm (UTC)

You've been sorted into ! Congratulations! :) You can now join the various Club Hogwarts communities - including your club house!



Also, and don't forget, as one of the first Club members - you're far cooler than others!

Ps. I always knew you were smart :)
club_mods on May 11th, 2007 10:47 pm (UTC)
And I'm so excited I forgot to say RAVENCLAW

~HG :)