Tuesday, July 31, 2007

You Can Call Me "Deep and Complex"

You're Watership Down!

by Richard Adams

Though many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you're actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they build their houses. You might be one of the greatest people of all time. You'd be recognized as such if you weren't always talking about talking rabbits.

The weird thing is that I loved this book when I really was young and childish--in fact, as a ten or eleven-year-old child. I really felt for those rabbits when their field got destroyed. I have never read it again.

Why don't I get to be a cooler book?

On the other hand I "may be" one of the greatest people of all time. Time will tell, I guess.

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  1. You're The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy!
    by Douglas Adams
    Considered by many to be one of the funniest people around, you are quite an entertainer. You've also traveled to the far reaches of what you deem possible, often confused and unsure of yourself. Life continues to jostle you around like a marble, but it's shown you so much of the world that you don't care. Wacky adventures continue to lie ahead. Your favorite number is 42.

    i don't know about the fav. # thing but, yeah... and i did find this book hysterically funny and C says i'm the funniest person she knows (i just tell her she needs to meet more people)

    i don't recall ever reading watership down... maybe i need to remedy that

  2. I came out as The Mists of Avalon, which I've never read, so I tried it again and came out as James Joyce's Ulysses (worse), so I said I felt young (even though I feel old, so old) and came out Watership Down. I wonder what I would have been if I said I preferred armadillos to rabbits?

  3. This doesn't sound like you, except for the deep and complex part and the "may be the greatest person" part.

    But this is me, except for being schizo:

    You're The Poisonwood Bible!
    by Barbara Kingsolver
    Deeply rooted in a religious background, you have since become both isolated and schizophrenic. You were naively sure that your actions would help people, but of course they were resistant to your message and ultimately disaster ensued. Since you can see so many sides of the same issue, you are both wise beyond your years and tied to worthless perspectives. If you were a type of waffle, it would be Belgian.