March 16th, 2006

cobbes

"have you ever been alone in a crowded room?"

This is true...

Mostly Hobbes

You are 20% Calvin and 80% Hobbes
You've got elements of both Calvin and Hobbes, but over all, your sensible side wins out over your wild streak, and you tend toward the tiger. As the picture below indicates, the head is the first place that people usually turn to the darkside (i.e. Calvin): symptoms include irresponsible behavior and crazy ideas. You're liable to both. But beneath that you have a heart, a sensitive side, and this more often than not carries the day.



My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 0% on calvin
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You scored higher than 91% on hobbes
Link: The Calvin Or Hobbes Test written by gwendolynbooks on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
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your life is ending

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I need to get at least a 64% on my final exam in psychology to get an A. My last three exam grades were 76 (B+), 86 (A), and 78 (B+) (and I have some extra credit). I think it's safe to say I'm getting an A.

:D
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hell's kitten

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So I'm watching Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, and I'd forgotten how hilarious it is.

Then I read this trivia bit about it:
"The characters Rosenberg and Goldstein are also a reference to the characters Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in the play "Hamlet". The writers hope to create an alternate film with these characters that takes place in the same time period much like the way that the play "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead" takes place in the same time period as "Hamlet"."

Dude, that would kick so much ass. If this actually goes through, I have high hopes for it.

High apple pie in the .... skyyyy hopes.

Edit: Harold and Kumar Go to Amsterdam