Tuesday, March 06, 2007

What classic film actress would Ms. Kitty be?

I found a great quiz on Joel the Neff's website and when I clicked the results button found out what classic film actress I would be. Ahem! Look at this! Scroll on down---I can't get it any closer to this paragraph.















Carole Lombard

You scored 19% grit, 14% wit, 42% flair, and 35% class!

You're a little bit of a fruitcake, but you always act out in style. You have a good sense of humor, are game for almost anything, but you like to have nice things about you and are attracted to the high life. You're stylish and modern, but you've got a few rough edges that keep you from attaining true sophistication. Your leading men include William Powell, Fredric March, and Clark Gable. Watch out for small planes.


Find out what kind of classic leading man you'd make by taking the
Classic Leading Man Test.

















My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on grit
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You scored higher than 99% on wit
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You scored higher than 99% on flair
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You scored higher than 99% on class




Link: The Classic Dames Test written by gidgetgoes on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

10 comments:

Mile High Pixie said...

I was Jean Arthur. I had pretty even grades on grit, wit, style, and class!

ms. kitty said...

Wowee, welcome to the limelight, sister!

LinguistFriend said...

Did Amanda Blake's saloon-keeper
character on "Gunsmoke" become entirely irrelevant with the advent of ms. magazine? You combine different directions in the label of your persona, not accidentally I am sure. I have never seen Carol Lombard, and occasionally felt that I had missed something. But such people strike me as unreal, compared e.g.
to my (ex-) mother in law, who as a diplomat's wife pretended to be the lover of a French resistance
leader while gathering information for the US in Marseilles in early WW II, went with her husband into internment in Nazi Germany, dealt with his occasional peccadilloes with style, although they hurt, and died only a few years ago, feeling that it was time.
LinguistFriend

Joel Monka said...

I was kind of surprized at my result:
Humphrey Bogart
You scored 28% Tough, 4% Roguish, 52% Friendly, and 19% Charming! You're the original man of honor, rough and tough but willing to stick your neck out when you need to, despite what you might say to the contrary. You're a complex character full of spit and vinegar, but with a soft heart and a tender streak that you try to hide. There's usually a complicated dame in the picture, someone who sees the real you behind all the tough talk and can dish it out as well as you can. You're not easy to get next to, but when you find the right partner, you're caring and loyal to a fault. A big fault. But you take it on the chin and move on, nursing your pain inside and maintaining your armor...until the next dame walks in. Or possibly the same dame, and of all the gin joints in all the world, it had to be yours. Co-stars include Ingrid Bergman and Lauren Bacall, hot chicks with problems.

ms. kitty said...

I'm not sure what all the outcomes of Ms. Magazine have been, but I do know my ex-husband eventually quit referring to adult women like me as "manuscript". The English major in him just couldn't wrap his mind around a new title.

Are we going to find out who you might have been in the movies, LF? Pixie, Joel Monka, and I have all put our personalities to the test.

I noticed that Rev Sean at ministrare has also done so.

LinguistFriend said...

To Ms. Kitty:
Excuse me, I can't hear, I have a banana in my ear. Or, as they said at the Polish vaudeville in Boston, the only time I have ever heard that story told: "Przepraszam, nie moge slyszec', mam banan w uchu" (I am missing two diacritics, sorry).
LinguistFriend

Chalicechick said...

As his best friend, I must say in my own defense that Linguist Friend has been warned many times that the "I have a banana in my ear" joke is not funny even in English.

CC

ms. kitty said...

He's probably just too shy to tell Carole Lombard and Jean Arthur and Katharine Hepburn what his alter ego is. Or maybe he's got a banana in his mouth.

Joel said...

That's how you say " I am missing two diacritics" in Polish? I must confess, I had always wondered. :)

Joel said...

I'm not sure what all the outcomes of Ms. Magazine have been, but I do know my ex-husband eventually quit referring to adult women like me as "manuscript".

I usually skirt the issue (pardon the pun) by addressing them as "Saucy Wench." Which has really improved my sprinting ability. :)