Which US Sitcom Character Are You?



Magical world and all the TV shows and movies related to the topic seem very interesting to me. If you are someone who is into all this then you would be amazed at the number of Hollywood movies and TV shows that are based on it. The most famous one is Harry Potter.

It is one of the very few wizard movies which almost seems like a reality. Everything is very neatly woven into the story. There are several different concepts that you need to understand in order to completely understand the series. I am amazed to see the level of depth that this Harry Potter series possesses. It is very intriguing in my opinion.

There are also many life lessons in the movie. Unlike other shows which are made for children, this one doesn’t show a very rosy life instead it shows that life is difficult even in the magic world and there also people face problems.

A different set of problems but there also there is racism, good, evil, and much more. It touches upon several interesting topics which our politicians often fail to address. Like the issue of racism. It shows how wizards and muggles are treated differently. Muggles are considered low-life and insignificant. There is also this concept of pure blood and mixed blood. Mixed blood is the one who is born out of muggles and wizards. It may not seem very relatable but if you look closely then you would realize that there has always been racism against the black people. In the past, they were denied their rights. There are many interesting topics that are considered in the series.

“You’re not friends. You’ll never be friends. You’ll be in love ’til it kills you both. You’ll fight, and you’ll shag, and you’ll hate each other until it makes you quiver, but you’ll never be friends. Love isn’t brains, children, it’s blood — blood screaming inside you to work its will. I may be love’s bitch, but at least I’m man enough to admit it.”
― Joss Whedon

“They should.”

“Should be like a wood bee,” she said.

It was a private joke, a mocking appreciation of the slipperiness of even the simplest hope, a nonce catchphrase like so many others lifted from favorite movies or TV shows that served as a rote substitute for conversation and bound them like shut-in twins, each other’s best and, most often, only audience.”
― Stewart O’Nan, The Odds: A Love Story

“I lived through those books, songs, television shows, and movies – the way the characters talked, looked, acted. I thought that could translate over into reality, that I could make their world my world. I wanted so badly to run away from my life. But you can’t bury yourself in other people’s pages and scenes. You aren’t David Copperfield or Tom Sawyer. Those love songs on the radio might speak to you, but they’re not about you or the person you pine for. Life is not a John Hughes film.”
― Jason Diamond, Searching for John Hughes: Or Everything I Thought I Needed to Know about Life I Learned from Watching ’80s Movies

“It’s funny how we think life works a certain way because of TV and movies. Most people don’t really think about how scripts are edited and how people get to practice their lines and rehearse. If one doesn’t get it right they get to redo the scene until they do. In real life what’s missing or not working only comes up when we’re going along full blast. We end up being the editors of our lives only while we’re running in real time.”
― Mark Kendrick, Desert Sons

“To be truly happy, a man must live absolutely in the present, no thought of what’s gone before and no thought of what lies ahead. But a life with meaning, a man is condemned to wallow in the past and obsess about the future.”
― Daniel Linderman

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What type of car do you drive?

    • Van
    • Bicycle
    • Beater
    • No car/other
  • Question of

    What’s your humor like?

    • Dry
    • Sarcastic
    • Immature
    • I’m not sure
  • Question of

    Would you say you’re a loud person?

    • Definitely
    • I can be
    • Not usually
  • Question of

    Were you one of the popular kids in school?

    • Absolutely not
    • I was somewhat
    • Of course
  • Question of

    Would you say you’re clumsy?

    • Very clumsy
    • I wouldn’t say so
  • Question of

    When was the last time you felt embarrassed?

    • Earlier today
    • Probably yesterday
    • A few days ago
    • I can’t remember
  • Question of

    Which do you prefer?

    • Sophisticated jokes
    • Immature jokes
    • A bit of both
  • Question of

    Which word best describes you?

    • Sweetheart
    • Outspoken
    • Clumsy
    • Cynical
  • Question of

    Who are you closest to?

    • My significant other
    • My friends
    • My family
    • Other
  • Question of

    Would you say you lie often?

    • Not at all
    • Only white lies
    • Definitely
  • Question of

    What one word describes you best?

    • lovable
    • individual
    • boring
    • curious
    • eccentric
  • Question of

    After a tough day, how do you feel?

    • indifferent
    • frustrated because you don’t like when things get unpredictable
    • cautiously optimistic
    • cheerful … it takes a lot to get you down
    • lonely until you find someone to talk to about your day
  • Question of

    What’s your musical preference?

    • Whatever the person next to you is listening to
    • sing-a-longs
    • rock ‘n’ roll
    • alternative
    • classical
  • Question of

    At a party, you’ll usually be found …

    • looking for a date.
    • dancing, or at least trying to.
    • spreading gossip.
    • discussing world issues in the back where the music isn’t so loud.
    • annoying your family by sharing embarrassing baby photos.
  • Question of

    What do you like to do in your free time?

    • read a book
    • spend time with your family
    • find out what other are doing … you wouldn’t want to fall behind the times
    • whatever you want … you move to your own beat
    • helping others … and trying not to trip in the process

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