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September 06, 2005

what else did you expect?

duke.jpg

I took this test and got the results I expected. I ain't no Cary Grant, and I don't want to be. I'm a lot more like this:

John Wayne You scored 50% Tough, 4% Roguish, 28% Friendly, and 19% Charming! You, my friend, are a man's man, the original true grit, one tough talking, swaggering son of a bitch. You're not a bad guy, on the contrary, you're the ultimate good guy, but you're one tough character, rough and tumble, ready for anything. You call the shots and go your own way, and if some screwy dame is willing to accept your terms, that's just fine by you. Otherwise, you'll just hit the open trail and stay true to yourself. You stand up for what you believe and can handle any situation, usually by rushing into the thick of the action. You're not polished and you're not overly warm, but you're a straight shooter and a real stand up guy. Co-stars include Lauren Bacall and Maureen O'Hara, tough broads who can take care of themselves.

This test is pretty good. Maureen O'Hara was a red-headed Irish woman, and I have a weakness for them.


Comments

as a non-lesbian lover of women, i have to admit, maureen o'hara, in her heyday, was pretty damn hot! man oh man, especially in the quiet man. i wouldn't mind lookin' like that.

Posted by: erica on September 6, 2005 06:42 PM

Looks like I am

Jimmy Stewart
You scored 16% Tough, 4% Roguish, 71% Friendly, and 9% Charming!
You are the fun and friendly boy next door, the classic nice guy who still manages to get the girl most of the time. You're every nice girl's dreamboat, open and kind, nutty and charming, even a little mischievous at times, but always a real stand up guy. You're dependable and forthright, and women are drawn to your reliability, even as they're dazzled by your sense of adventure and fun. You try to be tough when you need to be, and will gladly stand up for any damsel in distress, but you'd rather catch a girl with a little bit of flair. Your leading ladies include Jean Arthur and Donna Reed, those sweet girl-next-door types.

Posted by: Assrot on September 6, 2005 06:44 PM

Humphrey Bogart...

Posted by: dpatten on September 6, 2005 06:46 PM

if I were a man I would be John Wayne. Yea! Me.

I took the women's test too and ended up with Myrna Loy.

Posted by: Symph on September 6, 2005 07:15 PM

I'm Barbara Stanwyck...

You're a tough dame, a bit of a spitfire, and you can even be a little dangerous, but you do it with such flair that almost all is forgiven (and even when it's not, you're still the most interesting woman in the room). You can be witty and charming, all right, but you have a tough streak that keeps you focused and sometimes deadly. You've had quite a climb to get where you are, but you're a hard worker and you mostly deserve all you get...and then some. You might end up destroying everything around you, but you must admit...you've got style. Your leading men include Henry Fonda, Fred MacMurray, and when you forget yourself, Gary Cooper.

Hmmm... :)

Posted by: Misty on September 6, 2005 07:23 PM

Now I am getting worried. I am 20 years younger that Rob, but come up with the same...Should I be worried?

John Wayne
You scored 61% Tough, 9% Roguish, 14% Friendly, and 14% Charming!

Posted by: Barry on September 6, 2005 09:49 PM

Hmm, Jimmy Stewart and Clark Gable voluntarily served in combat in WWII.
John Wayne begged for a deferrment so he could ------- play WWII tough guy heroes in the movies. The Duke is a VENEER

Posted by: TomR on September 6, 2005 10:29 PM

Tom... WTF does that comment have to do with the test? You dumbfuck.

It wasn't about John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart or Cary Grant PERSONALLY. It was about the characters they played on screen.

You leftist monkeys NEVER get the point of anything except Michael Moore movies.

I pity you.

Posted by: Acidman on September 6, 2005 10:55 PM

Jimmy Stewart, of course. I did want to be Elwood P. Dowd when I grew up.

Posted by: Stu on September 7, 2005 12:24 AM

Clark Gable.91% charming, 75% tough, 0% friendly, 91%roguish. Amazingly accurate test.

Rick

Posted by: recondo32 on September 7, 2005 12:53 AM

I'm Jimmy Stewart. TomR I had heard that he had gotten a deferment due to his knees or something like that. Basically he was 4F.

Posted by: RayH on September 7, 2005 01:03 AM

I'm Jimmy Stewart as well.

Ray, your right--the Duke volunteered for the draft but was 4F because his knee was shit.

Posted by: Chris on September 7, 2005 01:56 AM

The Duke-Yay!

Posted by: Henry Blowfly on September 7, 2005 02:55 AM

Gahhh!! I'm Bogart, of all people.W here the hell's my classy broad then?

Posted by: Horrabin on September 7, 2005 03:08 AM

William Powell, the "Thin Man"! Don't I wish!
His doll in the Thin Man movies was Myrna
Loy, what a "dish"!

Posted by: Captain Harley on September 7, 2005 03:15 AM

John Wayne and loving it.
I scored 59% Tough, 14% Roguish, 23% Friendly, and 4% Charming!
The best part about the Duke is that he would not give a shit about TomR's deferment slander

Posted by: Ivan Ivanovich on September 7, 2005 10:18 AM

Gable....Since I've been (secretly) reading Blondage's blog, I'd love to see who she is! Wonder if her type likes Gable....sigh....

Posted by: JJW on September 7, 2005 02:53 PM

Might you possibly be, like Robert Duvall, "grizzled"?

Posted by: Joni on September 7, 2005 03:09 PM

I was Carole Lombard:
You scored 14% grit, 23% wit, 38% flair, and 38% class!
You're a little bit of a fruitcake, but you always act out in style. You have a good sense of humor, are game for almost anything, but you like to have nice things about you and are attracted to the high life. You're stylish and modern, but you've got a few rough edges that keep you from attaining true sophistication. Your leading men include William Powell, Fredric March, and Clark Gable. Watch out for small planes.

I took the Leading Man test and ended up as Jimmy Stewart...go figure. He's not the kind of guy I'm attracted to - I've always had a weakness for the "bad boy" types.

Posted by: Trish on September 7, 2005 05:10 PM

I was (Miss) Barbara Stanwyck. (Loved her in "Baby Face"!) But my all time favorite actress was the very elegant Mrs. Irving Thalberg (a/k/a Norma Shearer). That was some classy dame.

Posted by: Joni on September 7, 2005 10:25 PM
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