Vizzini

Which Princess Bride Character are You?
this quiz was made by mysti

This is one of my all time favorite movies. Thanks to Kathleen for this one.  I’m not sure that it’s a good thing to be Vizzini though.  I did the quiz twice to make sure.

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  1. I love those internet quizzes. I turned out to be Miracle Max.
    Here’s my sentence from the book…
    “Just as his readers would likely have no interest in serge, black bread, or objects carved in detail, so Robert Cawdry has no interest in the commomplace words of his time-and so his Table Alphabeticall[sic], while its publication marked a pivotal moment in lexical history, was in fact a work of very limited utility, and barely comarable to what would come in its wake.”
    –From “The Meaning of Everything–The Story of the Oxford English Dictionary” By Simon Winchester
    Whew.
    This sentence is from page 22 since page 23 is a title page of the first English Dictionary. I loved this book and books like it, but it looks like I should read a Jackie Collins novel sometimes too. I’m not sure, however, if I could post what it would have on page 23 🙂

  2. I’d recommend the Thursday Next novels by Fforde. They’re not trashy novels (meaning you’ll probably want to keep them to read them instead of leaving them in an airplane seat pocket), but they’re roaring good fun anyway. Excellent for mental decompression.
    The series is based on the premise that the barrier between the real world and the worlds depicted in books can be broken. Add in mystery/detective plots, a good set of amusingly quirky characters (some familiar from books you’ve read before), a dash of time travel and spy intrigue, and you’re set.
    The three so far are “The Eyre Affair,” “Lost in a Good Book,” and “Well of Lost Plots.” There’s another due out early this summer. http://www.thursdaynext.com/