“You are Marianne Dashwood of Sense & Sensibility! You are impulsive, romantic, impatient, and perhaps a bit too brutally honest. You enjoy romantic poetry and novels, and play the pianoforte beautifully. To boot, your singing voice is captivating. You feel deeply, and love passionately.”
Umm. I took piano lessons for a year when I was ten… that’s not “beautifully”, that’s “yes, you do play only a little”. Captivating singing voice? I do okay on Singstar, but I wouldn’t call that “captivating” by any stretch of the imagination! I also have an intense dislike of poetry. I once bought the collected poems of DH Lawrence in a fit of “I like his writing and he’s a LOCAL!” (five years in Nottingham and I’ve still never been to the DH Lawrence Heritage site in Eastwood, 20 mins from where we live now *cough*) only to remember, when I finally opened it to read, that I find 98% of all poetry insanely dull to read. Not that I think all poets are bad or anything, I’m sure a lot of them are fantastic, I just can’t stand the medium for some reason. Vogon poetry being the big exception. The rest of the description I pretty much agree with. They should’ve thrown in a description about fancying older men as well, and hey presto… 😉 (Or maybe Brandon isn’t that much older in the book? I can’t remember.) Naww, now I feel like watching Sense & Sensibility again. ‘Twas such a long time ago.