March 23, 2011 | By: Tracy

Would You Rather - Wednesday

Helpless Plea :  If anyone knows how to add the share buttons on blogger when they absolutely refuse to be added, please hit me up with an email. Blogger and I are about to throw down.


BTW, thank you all for leaving such awesome comments on my St. Patty's Day blogfest entry. I actually won one of the prizes!!! I'm positive it was because of all the nice things I paid you guys to say.

Okay enough about me.

Last week you all had to decide between living life in Hogwarts or Middle Earth. At first, it looked as though Harry & Co were going to run away with the results, but at the midway point the hobbits came on strong (actually, I think it was the elves, but whatever).  Sadly, it wasn't quite enough for them to defeat the wizards, so The Potter won. 

Ginny Weasley - Most Popular Girl on Would You Rather Wednesday

Me, I'd rather spend my life hanging around Hobbiton & Rivendell. And at first, I thought I wanted to be Arwen -- unbelievable gorgeous & hooking up with the future King.  But then realized I'd get bored waiting around for him to get back from saving Middle Earth. At which time, I decided to become Legolas instead. That way I can be a kick ass fighter and stare at my reflection all day. (Yes, I absolutely would be vain if I was Legolas, thankyouverymuch)

Anyway, now on to this week  -- this time we get THREE choices to choose from!

If you were given the chance to star in a blockbuster movie based off the most amazing book you've ever read, would you rather be cast as . . . ?

A)  The Hero/Heroine

or 

B) The Villain / Villainess

or 

C) The Comedic Sidekick


28 witty remarks:

LM Preston said...

Love to be the The Hero/Heroine :-D

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Depending on who the hero is, I'd be the heroine. But then again, being the witty side kick or villian would be fun too. Okay, changing my answer. I'm going with the cool, but ever so witty side kick. They're the ones who actually make the movie, no matter what the heroine thinks. ;)

Sophia Richardson said...

I had an interesting little epiphany thinking of my answer. At first I went with comic sidekick to avoid the pain that comes with being the heroine but I'd like it if I turned out to be the hero of my own story, and I could use the excitement, good and bad. So I'll go with being the heroine.
- Sophia.

Anne Gallagher said...

The comedic sidekick. I write angst, I don't want to live it. Been there, done that.

Rogue Mutt said...

They don't cast people like me in movies. Not even to stand in the background of the shot. The director would start screaming, "You, get out of my shot!" Then security would hustle me away for a thorough beating.

Melissa said...

Well, if you're Legolas, I think you are ENTITLED to some vanity. haha.

Today's is EASY! I'd be the villainess. In RL if I don't purposefully TRY to come off as nice and friendly, I come off as a cold-harded bitch (I can't help it! It's my neutral expression! I look like I'm ready to kill everyone! Apparently.). Also, I have a rather devious mind and a cruel streak. Writing antagonists in my novels is my favorite part and I'm pretty sure I already play the villain in my own life. So....NO ACTING REQUIRED! Haha, I'd just get to let loose.

Man...this makes me sound like a crazy person! Oh well.

Susanne Drazic said...

I'd have to say none of them. I don't like being in front of a camera.

Matthew MacNish said...

First of all you've GOT to fix that. It's Rivendell, not Rivendale.

And I would pick Comedic Sidekick, but I'm already pretty hilarious in real life, so I guess I would want to try out villain.

aLmYbNeNr said...

Haha, no, actually, I'd have to agree with Melissa. I've been told my neutral expression makes me look like I'm pissed off. I was going to pick the heroine, but I'm actually going to go for the villainess. It would be a great way to let loose some of the anger I have in everyday life, those moments when you go, "If only I could..." yeah. LOL!

Pk Hrezo said...

B! I'd love to play the villain!! How fun! The more evil, the better!

Chris Phillips said...

Definitely hero. More groupies that way.

Sarah McCabe said...

I'd have to be the heroine. I don't have the comedic timing to pull off the sidekick and most movies never give villains good parts.

LTM said...

ooo... tough one. I'd say the hero b/c you know you'll be around for the sequel. But the villains always get to wear the cool outfits. Hmmm... I guess I'll be the villain. :D

sorry, no help no the share buttons. :o| <3

Jen Chandler said...

First off, congrats on winning the SPD fest :D

Hmmm, being the heroine would be fun and cool BUT comedic side kicks are awesome as well. Aaaannd depending on the villain...grrr...

Ok, going to go with heroine!

Lindz Pagel said...

Villain. All The way.

Donea Lee said...

I can be evil. And I can be good. But, am I funny? I could act like I am! :) I'll pick C.

E.C. Smith said...

Hmmm...the villianess. Definitely. Imagine all the nasty, crazy stuff I'd get to do...and all legally! lol.

Elena Solodow said...

Villainess.

Vine said...

Going to go with the hero/heroine. I like winning

Kari Marie said...

Comedic sidekick. I'm a natural at being hilarious without really trying.

About blogger? It might be the template. I know I used to have them, but my new template doesn't have a spot for them.

Meredith said...

Comedic sidekick would be fun, but I feel like they die a lot of the time. So I'm going with heroine.

Jessica Bell said...

LOL! C for sure!!! :o)

Hart Johnson said...

I'm comedic sidekick. Even in the books I write, it is the comedic sidekick who speaks with my voice. Though I prefer the comedic sidekick actually be wiser than the hero (a la Shakespearean tradition... the truth from the fool)

lbdiamond said...

I'd totally love to be the Villaness, but would probably fit better as the comedic side kick...ah, the curse of clumsiness and a sarcastic wit, LOL!

Jaime Loren said...

Villain! Have to stay true to myself! :P

Katie said...

Definitely comedic sidekick. Really, I'm best at the easy laugh. I mean being sarcastic and humorous are the best.

Colene Murphy said...

Villain! Because, when the hell can you get away with that kind of crazy, mean, junk in real life! (and would never want to!) It would just be fun to have a chance to be unapologetically evil.

Christopher said...

Villains always the most fun.

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