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Obsession, A Stale Fragrance by Likestrek

Still no call but, as my mother pointed out, and yes, I do talk to my mother about it since she's a woman and right there, I gave her an escape hatch. It would be nice if there was a reason that had nothing to do with with me for her to use it and I know with her classes and work she legitimately has more than one but...Truthfully, I don't even know how she saw what we did on Sunday; whether it was "a date" or just "two people who know each other going to a movie. " Now, if my mother's perceptions are correct, this person's mother and grandmother thought it was a date...

I know I'm obsessing but at least it's someone new. Speaking of someone who isn't new, and why I'm sharing this now when it actually occurred on Sunday night (Yes, same day as my date) I don't know but, I was watching a rerun of Friends and it was the episode where Ross tells the British chick Emily he loves her. Because the episodes originally aired before I knew her I, of course, didn't make the connection the first time but Emily is the spitting image of my last library science-related obsession...

I think someone may be very envious of me for this quiz answer...






Darth Vader
You scored 62% airiness, 15% squishiness, and 57% edginess!

According to our patented JawamaticTM technology, you are most like Darth Vader in personality.


Vader, being a merciless Dark Lord of the Sith, is a black-hearted autocrat. Beyond that, he's an expert tactician, using his abstract reasoning skills to quickly assess a situation and anticipate his opponent's next move. He would make an excellent chess player.


Vader is, in a word, strategic.


(The polar opposite of Darth Vader is Chewbacca.)


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The Star Wars Personality Test written by MiguelSanchez on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Comments

LadyVader said…
Ah, but the difference is I don't want to BE Darth Vader, I WANT Darth Vader. What a difference a verb makes. ;)

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