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all these poses, such beautiful clotheses, makes any boy feel as pretty as princes

Posted on 2005.01.05 at 01:02
How I feel about it all: calmcalm
Soundtrack: Rufus Wainwright - Poses
More latenight Spam:

Your Birthdate: June 5

With a birthday on the 5th of the month you are inclined to work well with people and enjoy them.

You are talented and versatile, very good at presenting ideas.

You may have a tendency to get itchy feet at times and need change and travel.

You tend to be very progressive, imaginative and adaptable.

Your mind is quick, clever and analytical.

A restlessness in your nature may make you a bit impatient and easily bored with routine.

You may have a tendency to shirk responsibility

What Does Your Birth Date Mean?

These things are amazing, no?


peacey at 2005-05-01 11:48 (UTC) ()
I *love* these types of things. Do you think yours was accurate. Mine is absofreakinglutely, chillingly accurate. The most accurate of these things that I've ever seen. They nailed me...

Your Birthdate: September 25

Your birth on the 25th day of the month (7 energy) modifies your life path by giving you some special interest in technical, scientific, or other complex and often hard to understand subjects.

You may become something of a perfectionist and a stickler for details.

Your thinking is logical and intuitive, rational and responsible.

Your feelings may run deep, but you are not very likely to let them show.

This birthday makes you a more private person, more introspective and perhaps more inflexible.

In friendships you are very cautious and reserved.

You are probably inventive, and given to unique approaches and solutions.

Also, saw the "Hitchhiker's" movie. Two words: skip it. There were more negatives than positives. Among items they got right: Magrathea, Heart of Gold, the actor who played Arthur. Items they got wrong: everything else.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-02 04:06 (UTC) ()
I think mine was spot-on. And I've been wondering about Hitchhiker's. It's something I'm not sure should BE a film, y'know? Better left to the imagination.
leithian at 2005-05-01 15:15 (UTC) ()
I did this one in the wee hours of the morning - I'm always curious about just how "accurate" they'll actually be. Sometimes they surprise me by being dead-on, like this one. It's strange.

Also, I just realized that your background is Neverwhere. Is that Gaiman's handwriting?
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-02 04:05 (UTC) ()
Mine was very, very accurate.

And yep, it's from the first chapter of the first draft of Neverwhere. The manuscript was auctioned off to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, IIRC.
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