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Jett Superior laid this on you on || September 22, 2003 || 9:21 pm

Oh, and there is this:

You’re a PANTSER! A pantser writes without forethought to where the plot is going–sort of by the seat of her pants method. You’re a free-spirited, creative person. You write with passion about what inspires you at the moment, and you probably have a strong voice. Don’t worry about writer’s block–you’ve a different story. You’ve got more story seeds than a hive has bees. When you write, it’s in disjointed segments. You may write sequentially or in flashes of inspiration, where you connect all your flashes later. People might say you ramble a bit in your work. Your revision process might take several passes, because you really have to whip that first draft into a more marketable shape. Youre novels either hit it big or miss. Theres no in between. Readers either love you, or hate you. Learn to channel that creative energy into a masterpiece and we’ll be seeing your name on the NYT Lists!

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Well. Didn’t we all just know.

And, well, you know I’m sorry to post more than one quiz result in a month’s time, but how could I not tell you my pirate name?

Your pirate name is Iron Ethel Cash.

A pirate’s life isn’t easy; it takes a tough person. That’s okay with you, though, since you are that person. You’re musical, and you’ve got a certain style if not flair. You’ll do just fine. Arr!

I got flair ten ways to Sunday, y’all, and don’t you forget it. I rather like this ‘Iron Ethel Cash’ name. I may look into making it my legal moniker. How’s about you people call me that for a few days so’s I can try it on for a precise fit?

I was assigned my disarticulated skeleton at skoo. WHO KNEW that every little divot in your cranium has a long Latin name and that if you want to practice any kind of medicine (even something as simple as poking people with sharp, shiny things) that you have to know and actually remember each and every one of those divots and ripply bits of bone?

I sat there looking at the skeleton today, saying to him (for it is, of course a him….a him with not-so-great teeth, as a matter of fact), “Why does a hump on the inside of your skull require a name of its own, Chauncey? Isn’t that more than a little self-important?”

Yes, I named him Chauncey. Chauncey Adolph Disarticulated: Has a nice ring to it, yes? We are planning a small, intimate gathering of friends soon; Chauncey just has to get himself together a bit (HA! I FUCKING KILL ME!). Be sweet and your name just may make the guest list, dear Muffinasses.

6 worked it out »

  1. melly 9.23.2003

    What on earth is disarticulated? Your brain is so amazing that I can so get over the vagina.

     
  2. Patti 9.23.2003

    Honey, I’m thinking you need to get out of the house more – do a little less studying or something…. hehehe.

     
  3. fucko 9.23.2003

    For some odd reason, I’m Dirty Harry Rackham. I told them I shower every day! Stupid quiz.

     
  4. Jett 9.23.2003

    MEL!: disarticulated=disjointed, or separated at the joints or sommat.

    PATTI!: come do my two-plus-twos and I’ll get outta the house….straight into a bottle of takillya, with you on my hip.

    FUCKO!: I got nothin’ for ya, man. Nothin’.

     
  5. Stacie Brewer 9.24.2003

    This is what I got… I find this to match my personality pretty damn good.

    You’re a PANTSER! A pantser writes without forethought to where the plot is going–sort of by the seat of her pants method. Youre a free spirited, creative person. You write with passion about what inspires you at the moment, and you probably have a strong voice. Dont worry about writers block–youve a different story. Youve got more story seeds than a hive has bees. When you write, its in disjointed segments. You may write sequentially or in flashes of inspiration, where you connect all your flashes later. People might say you ramble a bit in your work. Your revision process might take several passes, because you really have to whip that first draft into a more marketable shape. Youre novels either hit it big or miss. Theres no in between. Readers either love you, or hate you. Learn to channel that creative energy into a masterpiece and well be seeing your name on the NYT Lists!

     
  6. timato 9.24.2003

    the writing quiz says i’m a newbie. how rude.

     

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