Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,
Megan
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QUIZZES ROCK

You represent... naivete.
You represent... naivete.
So innocent and trusting... you can be very shy at
times, but it's only because you're not sure
how to act. You give off that "I need to
be protected vibe." Remember that not all
people are good. Being too trusting will get
you easily hurt.


What feeling do you represent?
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The Goddess Death: Dark, morbid, appropriately
represented by the color black and the element
water. Death is reserved, intellectual,
introspective. Rarely does she do anything
requiring a lot of energy or display of emotion
-- but when she does, anyone within a few
planes would do well to duck and cover.


Which Goddess Owns You?
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I am most like Hera of all the Greek goddesses - and it SOUNDS LIKE ME too! ahh!

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Morpheus
Morpheus


?? Which Of The Greek Gods Are You ??
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Pisces
You should be dating a Pisces.
19 February - 20 March
Your mate is loving and caring, trusting and
hospitable, and romantic. Though he/she can be
self-pitying, temperamental or dependent, the
fishes are quite romantic in bed.


What Zodiac Sign Are You Attracted To?
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Archie
Whoa mama! You are Archibald "Archie"
Kennedy and you are absolutely gorgeous with
your baby face and irresistable blue eyes!
Though you had some faith skirmishes and mental
problems in the beginning, you leveled out and
turned into a fantastic officer. Though Horatio
always outranks you, don't worry: the girls
like you more. ^_~


Which Character from Horatio Hornblower Are You?
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