Which Movie Star Is Your Soulmate?



At some point in our lives, we all have fantasized famous movie stars as our soulmate. Though there is nothing wrong with it, we could live a much better life if we don’t waste time running after celebrities. The one thing which we don’t get is the fact that for them we are nothing but numbers. That number could be anything ranging from their number of followers on social media, the number of people who have watched their movies, and whatnot.

We need to stop following them blindly because the fact is that many of them could be very different from what they show when they are out in the public. Most of the celebrities do it for several reasons including, but not limited to, their fake image is something that their fans like, for money, etc. They often promote shitty products and services which they will never use in their entire life but do it for the sake of money. We are so naive to believe that they themselves use those products and services.

I believe that if they are doing their job and not caring for their fans we should also do our job to like or dislike them only on the basis of their work. If you could start doing it then sooner or later you will realize that you are living a much happier life.

My advice is not limited to movie stars only. I am saying this not only for movie stars. It is well-suited for politicians, sportspersons, CEOs etc. The simple reason is that we don’t have data on how they are as a person. We only view them from the third person. There is no source to know them personally rather than to believe what the media says. I see this too often that celebs or public figures having cult-like following. This is where it gets toxic because we switch off our brains and do whatever our favorite stars have to say.

I hope you get my advice. Please don’t take the quiz too seriously, play it only for fun. Peace out.

“We feel the same emotions for our ideas as we do for the real world, which is why we can cry while reading a book, or fall in love with movie stars.”
― Roger Ebert

“Paparazzi arrived for Hugh [Grant]. We had to stand under a tree and smile for them.
Photographer: ‘Hugh, could you look less — um –‘
Hugh: ‘Pained?”
― Emma Thompson, The Sense and Sensibility Screenplay and Diaries: Bringing Jane Austen’s Novel to Film

“Worrying about clothes, though, is easy to understand. When it comes to clothes, people are very competitive, especially if they’re movie stars. I think every smart woman devises a look for herself. Margaret Sullivan had a look: romantic, young, pretty, smart. Katharine Hepburn made a look for herself as this wonderful old salty character. Marilyn Monroe had a look; it was like, “Fuck me with sadness”…”
― Carol Matthau, Among the Porcupines

Dissociative disorders, even those created by mind controllers, are not psychosis, but this program will create the most common symptom used to diagnose schizophrenia. The child is hurt while on a turntable, with people and television sets and cartoons and photographs all around the turntable. New alters created by the torture are instructed that they must obey their instructions and become the people around them, people on television, or other alters when they are told to. When this program is triggered, the survivor will hear “voices” of the people whom the “copy alters” are imitating, or will have many confused alters popping out who think they are actually other people or movie stars. The identities of the copy alters change when the survivor’s surrounding change.”
― Alison Miller, Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control

“Out of perverseness, I jumped on the subway and went down to a sound stage on Fourth Street to watch the shooting of Kay Doubleday’s big strip scene in Mad Dog Coll, a gangster film that can still, to my embarrassment, be seen occasionally on late-night TV… Kay Doubleday was in my class at Lee Strasberg’s; it was in the interest of art, I told myself, to watch her prance down a ramp, singing and stripping her heart out.”
― Brooke Hayward, Haywire

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Which gender do you prefer to date?

    • Male
    • Female
    • I’m fine with both
  • Question of

    Which of these is most important for your partner to have?

    • Charm
    • Good looks
    • A tough side
    • Kindness
    • Thoughtfulness
  • Question of

    How many children do you want?

    • Just one
    • About two
    • 3 or more
    • I’m not sure I want children
  • Question of

    Which feature do you notice first?

    • Eyes
    • Hair
    • Smile
    • Their physique
    • Other
  • Question of

    What’s your ideal date?

    • Going to the beach
    • Going to a fancy dinner
    • Riding motorcycles
    • An art exhibit
    • I’m not sure
  • Question of

    Which quality do you find most attractive?

    • Romance
    • Strength
    • Rebellion
    • Artistic
    • Mystery
  • Question of

    Are you a fan of traveling?

    • Yes I love traveling
    • Somewhat
    • Not really
  • Question of

    Do you get jealous easily?

    • Very jealous
    • Kind of
    • No I don’t
  • Question of

    Are you a good listener?

    • Definitely
    • No I’m not
  • Question of

    Do you enjoy sitting in silence with the one you love?

    • Yes I do
    • No it’s boring
  • Question of

    Where would you most like to live in the United States?

    • I’d love the wide-open West.
    • I’d be happiest in the Midwest.
    • I’d prefer to live on the East Coast.
    • Take me to Los Angeles, baby!
  • Question of

    How would your soulmate describe intimate physical contact?

    • Sex
    • Hanky-panky
    • Making love
    • Intercourse
  • Question of

    At a large party, how would you describe your soulmate’s role in mingling?

    • He looks uncomfortable, but stays by my side.
    • We are equally engaging with others.
    • He throws in a few zingers from the peanut gallery.
    • He’s the life of the party, I just try to keep up.
  • Question of

    Which classic leading lady most fits your style?

    • Katherine Hepburn
    • Grace Kelly
    • Donna Reed
    • Maureen O’Hara
  • Question of

    What international destination would you most like to visit with your soulmate?

    • France
    • Canada
    • Mexico
    • Ireland

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