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Your Score: Merchant of Venice


You scored 37% = Tragic, 50% = Comic, 42% = Romantic, 29% = Historic




You are The Merchant of Venice. Set in the beautiful "city on the sea," The Merchant of Venice is a romantic comedy about a locally prominent sea merchant who agrees to take on a costly loan from a covetous money usurer in order to finance his friend's trip to Belmont to woo a rich and beautiful lady. When the loan defaults however, the merchant's life is at stake, but with the help of his friends, he is saved at the last second and everyone lives happily ever after. What your score tells us about you is that you are most likely a romantic person who is willing to go to extreme measures to help out a friend in need. For this, you are highly regarded and loved by many people. You may be a bit greedy at times, and sometimes you might even get yourself into a little trouble, but luckily you have friends that are willing to help you out in your time of need. We'd certainly help you out if we could.




Link: The Which Shakespeare Play Are You? Test written by macbee on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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And...

What Is Your Battle Cry?

Yea, verily: Who is that, sprinting across the freeway! It is Kayshapero, hands clutching gilded boxing gloves! She grunts homicidally:

"I'm going to strike a match on your crotch, and set you ablaze!!"

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Snerk....

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sffilk
May. 13th, 2008 08:30 pm (UTC)
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Your Score: Hamlet
You scored 56% = Tragic, 36% = Comic, 21% = Romantic, 32% = Historic

You are The Tragedy of Hamlet. Highly regarded as the best play ever written by anyone ever, Hamlet tells the story of Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, and his desire to enact revenge on his Uncle for the murder of his father. When performed in its entirety, Hamlet is just under 4 hours long and contains many of the most recognizable phrases in the English language. But enough of that - let's get back to you. Your results tell us that you are no doubt of high intelligence and cultural grace. While sometimes a bit dark and moody, you still have the poise and respect of a royal noble. Your tragic flaw, however may be that you tend to over-analyze situations and think too much when you should act. You also may be a bit long-winded, but we like you anyway!
urban_terrorist
May. 14th, 2008 03:28 am (UTC)
You're going to strike a match where?


I'm outta here!

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