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Anything worth remembering, I'll keep safely in my head.
I think I just made this question null.
I want to be successful and respected by the people around me. I don't need to be the best, so long as those I am with know who I am.
Graduated and teaching math in a nearby middle school. Probably sharing a place with an SO. Happy, financially safe, and comfortable with my job and life.
I don't see me at all; I see people I pass in the hall, my old high school class, and the people I work with. I am not there but they look like they know whatever I'm up to.
|| CHOICES SHOW WHAT WE TRULY ARE ||
I'd rather not be either...I don't have what it takes to be a leader, but I'm too prideful to be a follower. I'd rather not be responsible for other people, but I don't like to be babysat.
I would put it on my fictional mantelpiece and bring it up when I had houseguests in order to flaunt my worldliness. Failing that, I'd go to the racetracks and then go back in time by an hour to bet large amounts of money on the winner.
1. Focused - I'm very driven to accomplish what I do and pay close attention to my goals.
2. Easy-going - I don't have a lot of strict rules when I interact with others and am not difficult to get along with.
3. Cynical - I don't take everything at face value, and I don't take things for granted. I don't get into stupid relationships.
4. Logical - I put thought into what I do and my words, and I like to think I make smart choices. I value when others seem to take a closer look at things.
5. Clever - I am pretty smart. I like that about myself. I would not say I'm one of the most intelligent people I know, but I can hold my own on the internet.
1. Prideful - Sometimes I just don't know when to back down if my personal pride is on the line.
2. Money-grubbing - I am all about earning an extra buck where I can, saving, and exploiting the system.
3. Unmotivated - I don't have any greater purpose in life or a cause, and I don't particularly want one.
4. Apathetic - I could care less about little problems and global problems, and extend my attention only to those close to me. I don't act unfriendly to people, but I don't go out of my way to care about anything that's not immediately important to me.
5. Cynical - I am not an open or friendly person, and I doubt what people say and sometimes challenge their beliefs and assertions if they seem unrealistic.
|| WE MUST UNITE INSIDE HER, OR WE'LL CRUMBLE FROM WITHIN ||
I think I'd get along with Percy as long as we were on the same level. I think I would get along well enough with Fred and George, though not at their crazier moments. I would probably talk to Hermione and Neville occasionally and have a decent talk, and I think I could interact with Draco Malfoy later on in the series, if he weren't whining or bragging.
I never realized that they chose their own Patronuses, but I guess mine would be an armadillo. They're fascinating animals, and they're built to defend themselves - it could easily take care of me as well. They're also kind of cute and not too big.
No. I'm on the fifth book. So far, I enjoy the fifth a lot, but my favorite was the Chamber of Secrets. My favorite movie was the first movie, but the Chamber of Secrets is my favorite book so far. I liked how little things like the roosters dying and Harry hearing the basilisk all added up in the end, and there were funny moments as well. Lockhart was an amusing character; I think he was my favorite Defense Against the Dark Arts professor, because he's so nonsensical. I also liked Tom Riddle's diary and his fight with Harry. The diary was a very cool idea.
"If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals." - Sirius
It's just true and a good observation from Sirius, who has a tendency to make bad decisions himself. It's smart advice.