Daily Archives: 4 September 2008
Laura has been having fun with this over on her blog and even got a few of us to play along. What’s “The Best Thing About You”?? I figured it would be my strength. Here are what my test results say:
Your result for The Best Thing About You Test…
Honesty is your greatest virtue.
Honesty is the human quality of communicating and acting truthfully. This includes listening, and any action in the human repertoire — as well as speaking. And you? You cannot tell a lie. Both loved ones and strangers should trust you, because you won’t (1) lie, (2) lie via omission, or (3) sit there and let lies be told. (Can you even let a sleeping dog lie?) All 7 virtues are a part of you, but your honesty runs deepest.
Your biggest risk is hurting the feelings of your most sensitive friends. However, most appreciate you for your candor.
Honest famous person: George Washington, if you believe the propaganda.
Your raw relative scores follow. 0% is low, and 100% is perfect, nearly impossible. Note that I pitted the virtues against each other, so in some way these are relative scores. It’s impossible to score high on all of them, and a low score on one is just relatively low compared to the other virtues.
I was a little surprised my courage was so low. I thought for sure it would be my strength. However, it’s so very true and accurate about honesty too. I don’t leave anything out there for one to have to wonder how I feel or what I’m thinking. I’m pretty happy with the results.
So, what’s “The Best Thing About You”??
This is my 2nd “Thursday Thirteen”. This week, my “Thursday Thirteen” are the women I consider to be the Most Beautiful Classic Movie Stars. It was hard to narrow this list down. There was so many of them. These are women that true beauty exudes from. In no particular order, my 13 Most Beautiful Classic Movie actresses are:
1. Judy Garland – those big brown eyes and a voice to match
2. Carol Lombard – timeless
3. Myrna Loy – elegant
4. Elizabeth Taylor – the eyes
5. Katharine Hepburn – classy
6. Ava Gardner – dark curves
7. Olivia De Havilland – simple
8. Bette Davis – all around
9. June Allyson – cute and charming
10. Donna Reed – wholesome
11. Doris Day – girl next door
12. Deborah Kerr – radiant
13. Kim Novak – blonde bombshell
Honorable Mentions: Natalie Wood, Barbara Stanwyck, Vivian Leigh, Lucille Ball, Jean Simmons, Debbie Reynolds, Lana Turner, Janet Leigh, Jane Russell, Rita Hayworth, Grace Kelly, Esther Williams and Jane Powell. (Do you see another possible Thursday 13 here?!?!)
Next week it will be the mens turn. I’ll feature the 13 Most Handsome Classic Movie actors. We’ll find out who can still make you swoon!! Who are your Most Beautiful Classic Movie Stars??
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