Rhymes with Bannister…

Your Score: House Lannister

63% Dominant, 36% Extroverted, 63% Trustworthy

Confident. Dangerous. Unrelentingly sexy. The master of all you survey, you are of House Lannister.

You are a dominant personality—and how! When someone asks “and who are you, the proud lord said, that I should bow so low?” your response is probably, “FUCK YOU! I’m a fucking LANNISTER, that’s who the HELL I am!” And then you’d pimp-slap them with your golden hand. All joking aside, you view leadership as your natural, god-given right; it is a trait, just like your golden curling hair and irresistible sex appeal. It’s who you are—a Lannister.

You are introverted, meaning that you prefer to keep your ambitions and devices to yourself. Unfortunately, your personality is so vivacious that (despite all your intended secrecies) you are still a very obvious person. Though no one knows what avenues you will travel, your destination is clear to all. And of course, yours is a road to greatness! You have a magnetic, polarizing personality: people either love you or hate you. They also probably find you exceedingly intimidating. Their fear is probably well-placed.

Finally, you are trustworthy. Does this surprise you? Remember your unofficial motto: “A Lannister always pays his debts.” Though you enjoy keeping secrets and playing games, everyone knows you are a major player. Underhanded tactics are so expected from you that they don’t particularly count as untrustworthyness—it’s more of a family legacy than a choice. Your promise is as good as the gold that you shit.

Representative characters include: Tyrion Lannister, Jaime Lannister, and Tywin Lannister

Similar Houses: Greyjoy, Stark, and Targaryen

Opposite House: Tyrell

When playing the game of thrones, you play it balls to the wall.

Link: The Song of Ice and Fire House Test written by Geeky_Stripper on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

…which is what you bitches will be thrown over if you mess with me on my path to world dominance.

uh… or something?

The thing that amuses me most about this is the part where it says people are afraid of me, and with good reason. I’ve actually run into this on occasion, but I really don’t understand it. I’m not a scary person. I’m wee. I’m polite. If I don’t like a person, chances are I’ll just avoid being in social situations with them so that I don’t have to put up with them or be bored by them. This means that I’m not really all that vindictive. I’m so soft-hearted that I save spiders. Why do they all fear me so?

11 thoughts on “”

  1. Congratulations! I’m glad the pieces have fallen together for you, and am quite jealous of your impending trip to Ireland.

    As far as getting that valuable teaching experience and how important it is to you, I totally understand. Lack of experience is what kept me out of grad school this year, the people at the programs said so.

  2. “I could continue to beat my head against the no-funding wall of the department, but it just so happens that serendipity is my friend. As my brother would point out, I lead a charmed life. I had almost forgotten that…”

    it’s easy to forget it when you live with it all the time.
    sometimes takes a good fae swipe upside the head to remind one.


  3. Shedding skin isn’t pretty… but you can’t grow without it

    Wow!! So much going on for you! So many big changes!! I’m proud and jealous and envious and happy all at the same time!! Fun!

    Let me know if I can help in *any* way… even if ti’s just helping pack, or put together good mix CD’s for your long-ass trips to USI.

    ::hugs:: I couldn’t be prouder (more proud?) of you… you’re amazing!

  4. Even Bridezilla can have her moments

    I won’t lie and say that I am all happy that you will miss such exiting pre wedding events as rehersal and the Bachelorette party, I will miss you at these things. But I am happier that you have this opportunity to go to Ireland and learn things and become a true academic (rubbing elbows and what not with the other bookish types). Ya see I want you to be the best student you can be so that one day you can come back to LA and teach here. As always Dev and I miss you, and so we want you to come back here.

    I am glad you are thinking out new options, very brave. Zorrita tu tienes huevos grandes (little girl fox, you have big eggs (well not eggs, but exactly) )

    See you on July 3rd and 4th, and remember to take a mild sleeping pill on the plane so you can get some rest.

    and one more thing… Debe llamar tu hermano, porque el tiene informacion para ti (it’s missing the accents, but if you figure it out then you can follow directions and you might pass go)


    1. Re: Even Bridezilla can have her moments

      As things look now, I will be making the bachelorette party (I should be arriving in town around 2:00pm on Friday afternoon. I could take a nap and be semi-refreshed for girly drinking).

      And I cannot express how glad I am that you’re being so wonderful and understanding.

      1. Re: Even Bridezilla can have her moments


        So happy to hear that ( or read it actually) cause I think that we will all have a good time getting really drunk or (not so really drunk, depending) and doing whatever else people do at these things.

        Then we spend saturday sobering up, and saturday night possibly doing some girly beauty pampering kind of thing and then Sunday we (or rather I) get married…yeah!!!!

        Its gonna be good!

        Call me when you are off the phone

  5. *Great big coyote hugs!*


    >>>So, a bit of a dust-up, and my path is definitely not what I thought it >>>would be, but I think in the long-run it will be better.

    And this is why I think you’re great! I wish more folks could take this attitude. Proud to call ya friend, friend.

  6. On the language requirement thang….

    The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee taught Gaelic regularly. They have the largest department of linguistics in the mid-west, so I was told. You may want to check that out, if The College of New York doesn’t work out. Also, they are an urban campus, so perhaps they would have an on-line course. I’m just going from memory here, (from 6 years ago) so I don’t really know what they offer – but it’s worth a look.

  7. Heh, somehow it makes sense. And on the whole intimidating thing, it’s more that you have force of personality. One doesn’t need to use it for people to sense that one has, hrm, wattage. I guess this means that, um, you’ll have to push me out a window after getting me into polotics, while I’ll, uh, have to cut off your hand? Or something? Why can’t there be a Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder in GoT to make an ‘Ebony and Ivory’, like ‘Vermillion and Off White’?


  8. I run into that too–people are intimidated by me upon first and subsequent meetings, they tell me, and I have no clue why. Just because I wear a lot of black doesn’t mean that I’m all grim and nasty…

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