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cloud_wolf ([personal profile] cloud_wolf) wrote2009-01-12 08:40 pm
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Yes, yes, lemming, also, a webcomic rec

Your result for The Sorting Hat Test...


You scored 66% Order/Chaos, and 35% Moral/Rational

Orderly Rationality. You like the follow the rules unless there's a very good reason not to, and you try to keep an objective, rational look on life. Your strength lies in your ability to understand complex things by keeping a clear head and going through step by step; your weakness is in a difficulty relating to others who don't share this combination of traits.

You join members such as Luna Lovegood, Cho Chang, and Filius Flitwick.

The 4-grid I used to determine this is as follows:

Chaotic Orderly
Moral Gryffindor Hufflepuff
Rational Slytherin Ravenclaw

Take The Sorting Hat Test
at HelloQuizzy

Surprise, surprise. Ah well.

ALSO. I don't know, perhaps you already know of this webcomic and I'm the last one to know, but you should all check out Kate Beaton's comics lj, [ profile] beatonna, it's seriously hilarious. She has a brilliant style (seriously, now I want to draw like her) and she makes a lot of historical comics, but also many other kinds of comics (See her Top Gun volleyball comic). She also has very interesting posts about quirky historical things (Like the Coronation of George IV and how Canada was portrayed in old newspaper comics) and just funny comics about her life.

Just a small selection of comics I think are utterly hilarious:
In Which Robin Hood Breaketh the Fourth Wall
Foundin Fathas
Mermaids, they be a sexy omen
Yeats in Love
This is for the Shakespeare fans
The discovery of Canada
Miyamoto Musashi is badass
Johan, this Mr. Darcy comic, you have to see it
Okay, I'll stop now, before I list all of them.

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