Which Shakespearean Heroine Are You?
How would you describe yourself?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
A movie star
Queen of Everything
CEO of my own company
You like boys who are:
Dark, brooding, and a little bit crazy
Sharp-tongued and smart
Noble and deep
Easy to push around
As bossy as I am
Intelligent and devoted
Head over heels in love with me
You flirt with someone you like by:
Insulting him and arguing with him
Writing long, heartfelt poems to him
Telling him what to do
Waiting for him to come to me
Being really, really smart
Throwing chairs at him…or a footstool…whatever's handy
Sending really obvious hints and smiling a lot
Professing my love
Do you get along with your parents?
When it comes to friendship, you:
Have trillions of friends
Have one best best friend
It's really just me and my boyfriend
My family members are my best friends
I'm sort of a loner.
When a guy breaks up with you, how do you react?
Throw a chair at him…or a footstool…whatever's handy.
Break up? Why would we ever break up? This is true love forever!
Weep, sigh, pine, and do anything to get him back.
Ha! He wouldn't dare.
Guys don't break up with me, dude. I break up with them.
Dramatically lose my mind. Make sure everybody knows about it.
Pretend the whole relationship never happened.
Explain to him sensibly why it's a bad idea to break up with me and outline the logical reasons to get back together until he gives in.
Your huge celebrity crush is:
Your favorite Shakespeare-related movie is?
Shakespeare in Love
Much Ado About Nothing
10 Things I Hate About You
Hamlet (the LONG version)
West Side Story
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
I don't watch movies.
What is your favorite TV show?
Law & Order
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The Daily Show
The Powerpuff Girls
Dead Like Me
Television is a wasteland overrun with so-called "reality shows" that trample all over the very idea of true love, such as The Bachelorette, which I would never watch, no sir.
If someone were going to play you in a movie, it should be:
If one of your friends was dating someone you thought was wrong for them, what would you do?
Tell her straight out. She deserves the truth--and she deserves a better guy!
Not get involved. True love is rarely understood by outsiders.
Look, I have enough problems with my own relationship right now, ok?
Drop hints about what a loser he is until she figures it out herself.
Ask them both probing questions about what they see in each other.
I’d get rid of him. I have my ways.