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You are Sam the Eagle. You are patriotic and devoted. And extremely anal. HOBBIES: Patriotism, Being appalled at what everyone else is doing. FAVORITE MUSIC: The National Anthem of America FAVORITE MOVIE: "An American In....America" LAST BOOK READ: "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, Eagles are from America" QUOTE: "Please stop that now! It's un-American!"
You are Rowlf. You are a loner, and love classical music, You can play the piano without opposable thumbs. Then again, you are just a Muppet. ALSO KNOWN AS: Ol' Brown Ears HOBBIES: Piano playing, punning, fetching. QUOTE: "My bark is worse than my bite, and my piano playing beats 'em both." FAVORITE MOVIE: "The Dogfather" FAVORITE COMPOSER: Poochini FAVORITE SONG: "I've Never Harmed An Onion, So Why Should They Make Me Cry?"
You are ambitious and devoted, which means that you can accomplish some amazing things. Once you decide that you want something, you'll get it at any cost. This can lead you to extremes, though, so be careful - although you could do some great things for yourself and world, you could end up hurting some people in the process. Don't let yourself be so blinded by your goals that you forget what is truly important to you. As long as you keep things under control, you can be an incredibly influential person. Don't ever stop
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You are Kermit the Frog. You are reliable, responsible and caring. And you have a habit of waving your arms about maniacally. FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "Hi ho!" "Yaaay!" and "Sheesh!" FAVORITE MOVIE: "How Green Was My Mother" LAST BOOK READ: "Surfin' the Webfoot: A Frog's Guide to the Internet" HOBBIES: Sitting in the swamp playing banjo. QUOTE: "Hmm, my banjo is wet."
"You are Statler or Waldorf. You have a high opinion of yourself, as do others.
But only because you are in the balcony seats. ALSO KNOWN AS: Those two old guys in the box. SPECIAL TALENTS: Heckling, complaining, being cantankerous QUOTE: "Get off the stage, you bum!" LAST BOOKS READ: "The Art of Insult" and "How To
Insult Art" NEVER LEAVE HOME WITHOUT: Their pacemakers. "
You are Statler or Waldorf. You have a high opinion of yourself, as do others. But only because you are in the balcony seats. ALSO KNOWN AS: Those two old guys in the box. SPECIAL TALENTS: Heckling, complaining, being cantankerous QUOTE: "Get off the stage, you bum!" LAST BOOKS READ: "The Art of Insult" and "How To Insult Art" NEVER LEAVE HOME WITHOUT: Their pacemakers. "
You are Dr. Bunson Honeydew. You love to analyse things and further the cause of science, even if you do tend to blow things up more often than not. HOBBIES: Scientific inquiry, Looking through microscopes, Recombining DNA to create decorative art. QUOTE: "Now, Beakie, we'll just flip this switch and 60,000 refreshing volts of electricity will surge through your body. Ready?" FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST: John Cougar Melonhead LAST BOOK READ: "Quantum Physics: 101 Easy Microwave Recipes" NEVER LEAVES HOME WITHOUT: An atom smasher and plenty of extra atoms.
You are Sweetums. A hard exterior covers up the soft sweet center of your soul. And you love to eat humans. SPECIAL TALENTS: Really big dance steps. FAVORITE MOVIE: "Big" QUOTE: "Wait for me!" LAST BOOK READ: "Taming Your Outer Beast" NEVER LEAVES HOME WITHOUT: Robin the Frog