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01 March 2009 @ 03:03 am
I really like her :)  
Hey I'm Kate's character!

I took this from brumeux77




Your result for The Jane Austen heroine Test...

Marianne Dashwood

60% romance, 58% sauciness, 45% etiquette, 50% intelligence

A dangerous combination of romance and sauciness means you follow your heart---whatever the cost. You've been known to go for long walks in the rain, stare sighing out of the window, and (gasp!) write letters to men before you've gotten formally engaged. You think social niceties are stuffy and restrictive. You've got enough chutzpah in you not to care what society thinks of your love-struck behavior, but not quite enough sense to protect you when your oh-so-perfect suitor runs off with an uglier, richer woman. Fortunately, your pure heart and feisty spirit attract a lot of genuinely nice guys in addition to all the triflers.

Ideal matches: Colonel Brandon, Henry Tilney, John Willoughby (if one of you has any money to speak of)

Guaranteed heartbreak: Captain Benwick, Edward Ferrars, John Willoughby (if neither of you has any money to speak of)

Not worthy of your affections: George Wickham, John Thorpe, Edmund Bertram


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Akumu Blackaku_rin on March 1st, 2009 10:18 am (UTC)
:)


Your result for The Jane Austen heroine Test...

Elizabeth Bennet

59% romance, 54% sauciness, 45% etiquette, 67% intelligence


You believe in true love and standing up for yourself. You're also witty and reasonably well-read. What you don't have time for is kowtowing to society's expectations of you. So what if your hem gets a little muddy? Let the neighbors click their tongues! You've got better things to do. Like dressing down that tall, snobbish gentleman in the corner, or traveling 'round Derbyshire, or chatting with that pleasant young officer, or nursing your older sister back to health, or trading witticisms with your father, or keeping your crazy little sisters in line, or.....

Ideal matches: Mr. Darcy, Captain Wentworth, Colonel Brandon

Guaranteed heartbreak (their hearts): George Wickham, John Willoughby, Captain Benwick

Not worthy of your affections: Mr. Collins, Henry Crawford


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lijahlover: Metropolation scenelijahlover on March 1st, 2009 06:45 pm (UTC)
Re: :)
Awww she's lovely to :)
Jackie: Orlandojackieville on March 1st, 2009 10:37 am (UTC)


Your result for The Jane Austen heroine Test...

Elinor Dashwood

53% romance, 31% sauciness, 63% etiquette, 77% intelligence

You're always aware of social obligations and have more than your fair share of sense. You would never say something out of anger or in poor taste. This may lead some (like, perhaps, your saucy little sister) to accuse you of being cold. Nothing could be further from the truth! It's just that you don't believe in making a scene. Respectable gentlemen everywhere swoon for you (though you'd never admit it). But you only have eyes for one. He is lucky to have you.

Ideal matches: Edward Ferrars, Mr. Knightley, Captain Wentworth

Guaranteed heartbreak: John Willoughby, John Thorpe

Not worthy of your affections: Frank Churchill, Captain Benwick


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lijahlover: Metropolation scenelijahlover on March 1st, 2009 06:46 pm (UTC)
She's wonderful to :)
worst-case-scenario girl: Alan Rickmanfacecat on March 1st, 2009 06:16 pm (UTC)


Your result for The Jane Austen heroine Test...

Elizabeth Bennet

56% romance, 55% sauciness, 40% etiquette, 67% intelligence

You believe in true love and standing up for yourself. You're also witty and reasonably well-read. What you don't have time for is kowtowing to society's expectations of you. So what if your hem gets a little muddy? Let the neighbors click their tongues! You've got better things to do. Like dressing down that tall, snobbish gentleman in the corner, or traveling 'round Derbyshire, or chatting with that pleasant young officer, or nursing your older sister back to health, or trading witticisms with your father, or keeping your crazy little sisters in line, or.....

Ideal matches: Mr. Darcy, Captain Wentworth, Colonel Brandon

Guaranteed heartbreak (their hearts): George Wickham, John Willoughby, Captain Benwick

Not worthy of your affections: Mr. Collins, Henry Crawford


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Well if Col. Brandon is anything like Alan Rickman who played him I'd take that. ;)
lijahlover: Metropolation scenelijahlover on March 1st, 2009 06:47 pm (UTC)
She's so amazing :) And the Col. is perfect for me to I'd take him :) I loved Alan in this movie!
lijahloverlijahlover on March 1st, 2009 06:48 pm (UTC)
I meant Sense and Sensibility!