Wednesday, March 31, 2010

What Part of Speech Are You?

You Are a Noun

You are very concerned with the material world and what is actual.

Facts interest you, and it's likely that you keep up with the latest news.

You do well with ideas and concepts you can actually see. You are a very visual person.

You are the type who knows every person and place in town. You're very well informed.


Anonymous said...

Yup that is you :)

SparkleFarkel said...

Yep, you're a dead ringer for a noun! May I call you "Art"?

As it turns out, I, on the other hand, am an adjective: "You are a very expressive person. You have a way with words, and you're never at a loss for what to say." (<-- That's the God's honest truth! My blogs are always waaay tooo long.)

"You can describe something perfectly. You can paint a picture with your story and make people feel like they were there.

You are fanciful and dreamy. You tend toward being a little dramatic. Everything is a big deal for you.

For you, a day is not simply nice. It's 'beautiful,' 'idyllic,' 'balmy,' or 'superlative.'"

Yep, put that all together and it spells SparkleFarkle. Either that or Queen of the Run-on Sentence. LOL!

Such fun! Thanks, Becca!