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26 March 2008 @ 09:12 am
He'll find his own way to tell you, With the little things he'll do, That's how you know  
Okay, here are is the compiled list of answers to yesterday's meme. Some with screencaps or clips!

polaris_86 gave me:
Top 5 most embarassing moments in your life. (I just noticed a lot of these are about guys. XD)
- I switched schools in 4th grade. My first day at the new school, I walked into the boys bathroom. :P
- Forgetting how to spell "dumb" on the white board, in front of my whole class. Fucking irony!
- This dick (who I later had a crush on, LOL!), read my diary over my shoulder, and saw what I had written about another boy. I don't know how many people he told, but I know there were some.
- When a boy who I liked caught me staring at him. But he was angellicaly beautiful! I couldn't help it!
- Crying in front of my entire class, when my teacher was apologizing to me for something.

Top 5 meanest cliffhangers at the end of an TV show - episode
- season 2 of Heroes. Even worse because we have to wait even longer for new episodes because of the strike.
- season 2 of The Office, after Jim and Pam kiss.
- the first season of Alias. Did Vaughn survive or not?
- season 6 of Buffy, Spike gets his soul back. Many will say the end of season 5 is bigger. But since there was all the talk of Buffy moving to another channel, it was obvious she would be brought back to life.
- someone is pregnant on Friends (Monica and Chandler's Wedding).

And jedipanchan gave me:
TOP 5 LAMEST PLOT TWISTS
- Nathan being Claire's father on Heroes. Way too obvious. Plus it rendered Paire to only exist in fandom. *le sigh*
- Curly's twin brother in City Slickers 2.
- The end of The Village. I actually really like this movie. I though Joaquin Pheonix was really hot good. But even I have to admit it wasn't that much of a shock. I watch it more for the love story than the twist.
- The end of Saw 2. Okay, I didn't see it coming. But I can be quite oblivious. And wasn't all that shocked.
- Can I say Citizen Kane? If only because it is so played out? I'm sure if I hadn't know the ending when I first saw it, I would have approved. It is a great movie, and the revelation did tell you something about the character if you really think about it. But still, played out.

TOP 5 6 SEXIEST ON-SCREEN KISSES
- I gotta start with an almost!kiss. In the 2005 Pride & Prejudice, when they're fighting in the rain. You can seriously feel how much how much they want to kiss. *dies*


- The Sixteen Candles kiss over the birthday cake. What girl honestly didn't want a kiss from Jake Ryan on her birthday?
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- Sami and EJ getting frisky on the couch on Days of Our Lives. Their first kiss (huzzah!), and James Scott shirtless. Hummina hummina! Okay, I gotta change my answer. That was actually their second kiss. But my favorite was their first kiss, where he goes to wake her up, and she kisses him, thinking it's Austin. All I know is that I got turned on the first time I saw it. And he's still shirtless! You can see it in this fanvid (one of my faves), it's right at the beginning of the vid. Even if you don't watch the show, you should really see that clip. Effing haaaaawt.
ETA: The vid's been removed. Damn! Well, watch my fanvid of the couple! Even though you only see the aftermath of said kis (at approx :55)


- Simon and Kaylee FINALLY getting together at the end of Serenity! One of my ships that is actually canon!
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- Veronica and Logan, season 1 outside the hotel on Veronica Mars. I just love that they are still just getting to be friends again, but he feels the need to rescue her. *swoon* One of the few times she needs to be rescued.


- And I have to add one more. We always have to add some to our memes. XD But like I said to her, I'm a Slytherin so I cheat, and she's a Hufflepuff so she needs to include everyone. LOL! Oh how I love applying HP to anything and everything. Anyway, it's the steamy bathtub kiss between Lestat and Akasha in Queen of the Damned. STFU. I love this movie.


And I am still doing this meme! So if there is another Top 5 you'd like me to post, just lemme know. :)

I want it to be September. Right now. And not just because I am taking two days off work. I'm taking them off because bombshell_chic, her friend, and I are heading to Forks for Stephenie Meyer Day! Yay! Fangirl roadtrip! I am going to make so many mix CDs! XDDDD *iz excited*

I can't decide whether to bake cupcakes when I get home, or go to McDonald's for dinner. I know I shouldn't do both. It will probably be cupcakes, so I won't have to get cash. And I looked at some icons of cupcakes yesterday and really want some. :P



Your Score: Balance


~ 37% Water ~ 59% Wind ~ 44% Earth ~ 55% Fire ~



And I know and I believe

There's a way out to the sea of happiness

It seems your personality is in perfect harmony; your impulses are tempered with thoughtfulness, and your emotions are balanced with a healthy amount of reason.

In order to maintain that harmony, try wearing a Jade, a Chrysoprase or an Agate; all three enhance balance and stability, as does the Snowflake Obsidian that will help remain balanced during times of change.

In detail: You are more balanced than most people. Your Ground Chakra, (associated with the element of fire and representing our basic desires and driving force), your Creative Chakra, (associated with the element of earth and representing our need to preserve and grow), your Heart Chakra, (associated with the element of water and representing our sense of love and compassion), and your Throat Chakra, (associated with the element of wind and represents our desire to learn and communicate), appear to be on an equal footing with each others.

These are the results you will get if you score highly on...

None of the four elements: Balance Wind: Gust Fire: Blaze Water: River Earth: Valley Wind & Fire: Thunder Wind & Water: Clouds Wind & Earth: Canyon Fire & Earth: Lava Fire & Water: Tornado Water & Earth: Trees Wind, Fire & Earth: Storm Wind, Fire & Water: Stars Wind, Water & Earth: Forest Fire, Water & Earth: Avalanche All four elements: Harmony

Link: The Elemental Balance Test written by Nitsuki on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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polaris_86: leila; Layla; Reirapolaris_86 on March 26th, 2008 06:49 pm (UTC)
Definitlly have to do that balance - test. :)

What about your Top 5 most entertaining books?
Allee: crowleylady_lyca on March 26th, 2008 09:59 pm (UTC)
Do it! Very fun! :D

Okay, I didn't pick my most favorite books of all time, because some of them are a lot more dark, and not entertaining. :P
Top 5 Most Entertaining Books
- Little Altars Everywhere by Rebecca Wells. It's part of the series that is most well known for Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. While that one is my favorite, LAE probably has the most humorous stories.

- Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. It's kind of playing off of the movie The Omen, with there being an Antichrist. But Crowley and Aziraphale are the kinds of people I would want to meet at a cocktail party.

- The Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling. Definitely the one that kept me most entertained.

- Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. I read it in about a week. I would seriously speed home (faster than usual I mean ^_^) from work just to get to that book!

- Carolina Moon by Nora Roberts. I admit, I LOOOOVE Nora Roberts. Even though I am definitely not as interested in romance novels as I used to be, I still love Nora. This was the first one of hers that I ever read.
polaris_86: Jaredpolaris_86 on March 26th, 2008 10:04 pm (UTC)
Thanks, very interesting choices! :D

But now you just have to tell me which dark books you meant, you just made me too curious! X3
Allee: Percy Weasleylady_lyca on March 26th, 2008 10:30 pm (UTC)
Here are some! :)

Well, okay Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman isn't necessarily dark, only a couple of her books really are dark. But I don't know, wouldn't say entertaining either. :P

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath. Well, she based a lot of it on herself, and she had problems with depression...

Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel, it's her memoir about her struggles with depression.

The Virgin Suicides... I think it says it all in the title. LOL!

She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb. Well, it's a beautiful book. I have a hard time believing it was written by a man. Lamb writes really well from a female voice. It's about a girl dealing with all sorts of problem throughout her life. Her parents splitting up, her mom's death, being raped, dealing with those problems with food, gaining weight... I really recommend this book though. You'll cry, but it is worth it.

The Perks of Being A Wallflower. It has its funny moments. But a lot of other stuff too. The story is told through the letters of Charlie to a person he doesn't know. It goes through Charlie's first year of high school.

A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb. Not necessarily dark, but I definitely cried my eyes out at the end.

Edited at 2008-03-26 10:31 pm (UTC)
polaris_86: leto animatedpolaris_86 on March 26th, 2008 10:35 pm (UTC)
Wow, some of these sound sooo interesting. As soon as I get the chance, I'll try to read them (which means as soon as I have the money to effort one of them XD).
Thanks for your detailed answer! :) *huggles*
Allee: lunalovegoodlady_lyca on March 26th, 2008 10:43 pm (UTC)
Yay! I hope you get the chance to read some of them! Who doesn't like talking about books? ^_^
Pan: Ron Approvesjedipanchan on March 26th, 2008 10:52 pm (UTC)
GOOOOOOD OMMMMEEENNNNSSS!! One of my favorite books of all time!! I try to re-read it once a year (in the summer usually), because it's so enjoyable and I laugh every time.

POA has always been (one of) my favorite(s) HP book(s)...I'm always changing which one is my favorite, lol. But POA has a special place, hehe.

I'm done rambling now. I think I've had too much sunshine today and it's making me giddy. :DDD
Allee: crowleylady_lyca on March 26th, 2008 11:00 pm (UTC)
I am still holding out for a Good Omens movie. I was seriously dream casting it in my head the other night. XD
Pan: Scrubsjedipanchan on March 26th, 2008 09:06 pm (UTC)
That balance test was so fun! Thanks for the vids!

If you want more, how about...top 5 under-appreciated movies. (I know I already gave you two, so if you don't get any more you don't have to do mine, lol)

I wanna go on a fangirl roadtrip!!! *jealous*
Allee: cuteednortonlady_lyca on March 26th, 2008 10:21 pm (UTC)
That test was so fun, I went on eBay and Amazon to browse for jewelry of a couple the stones it recommended. Yes, I am the highly suggestable type.

Those vids, I watched them with the volume down (because I was at work), but definitely left me feeling a little swoony.

Top 5 Under-Appreciated Movies
- Angus. I still can't believe this hasn't been released on DVD. I mean it's a funny, but totally honest look at high school. It has a great soundtrack, including tons of Green Day back when they were still kind of raw (in a good way).

- The Mirror Has Two Faces. Okay, I think in order to be listed as a female on your driver's license, you need to see this movie. Even if you don't like Barbara Streisand. Jeff Bridges is cluelessly sexy, you want to smack him and then nuzzle him. This is the movie I put on whenever I need a pick up and there is no liquor in the house.

- Death to Smoochy. Ed Norton, Catherine Keener, John Stewart, Robin Williams, Danny Devito....so much effing talent! And if you like dark comedies (or just phallic-shaped cookies), ya need to see it.

- Back to Beach. Frankie and Annette poking fun at the genre that made them stars. Plus, it teaches us that all of life's problems can be solved by peanut butter, pajama parties, and dancing the Jamaica ska on the beach. Plus, it's why I randomly say "He's battering down the door with someone's head?!" at random moments.

- Sin City. I consider this underrated mainly because their should've been at least a couple of Oscar nods for cinematography, costumes, or for some acting in supporting roles.
Pan: JD if onlyjedipanchan on March 26th, 2008 10:47 pm (UTC)
I totally looked on ebay and amazon for jewelry after that test too!! XDDD

I LOVE Death to Smoochy! Great picks, m'dear. :P
Allee: ronharryguylovelady_lyca on March 26th, 2008 11:01 pm (UTC)
Thank you! =D
Jackie: movies - pp - darcy is so frakking hotttjackie on March 27th, 2008 01:36 am (UTC)
OH ALLEE. OH DARCY. *swoons*
Allee: littlemisssunshinefangirllady_lyca on March 27th, 2008 01:49 am (UTC)
I KNOW!!!! I am so with you on the swooning. I've watched that clip at least 50 times! I am probably going to stay up later than I should and watch the whole movie.

*molests your icon*