The a-musing side of revision

I found this over at Marianne’s this morning:


Your Inner Muse is Melpomene


You are most like this muse of tragedy.While you aren’t depressed, you don’t shy away from sadness.
Although you do tend to be gloomy, you have a sensitive side.And this sensitive side helps inspire and help others.

What Muse Are You?

I’m gloomy. Nice. Real nice. Although the whole muse thing is appropriate, since we have a running muse joke in Geek Girl’s Guide.

Here are some things I did this week, all in the name of revision.

  • Looked into Krispy Kremes. Did you know they now have multigrain Krispy Kremes. Cuz you know, when I’m reaching for a Krispy Kreme, I’m thinking heart healthy.

  • Couldn’t remember how to spell L-tryptophan, so I Googled sleepy turkey chemical.

  • Looked up The Art of War and Sun Tzu.

  • Looked up Lara Croft and Tomb Raider (although this reference I may cut).

  • Sent Darcy lolcat inspired notes such as: IM in yr scene, makin’ changes.

Because we needed a visual:

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4 responses to “The a-musing side of revision

  1. Well, I got this result:

    Thalia

    You are most like this playful muse of comedy.
    Life is all about laughter to you, and you’re a natural comic.
    You make people laugh until their sides split.
    And you’re always up for some play time!

    So, maybe this isn’t the most subtly attuned of quizzes…

    I love your google criteria. Someone will enjoy seeing that on their stats.

    Today, someone came to my site with this question: Are theology students weird? I wonder what answer they found.

  2. Im on yr site giglin…

  3. Jen

    I’ve actually googled sleepy turkey chemical, too… although it might have been nap turkey chemical. LOL. And you hardly strike me as the gloomy type.

    I think Marianne is just starting trouble with all those quizzes. 😉

  4. Me? A troublemaker? Ha!

    And, C, you’re going to get the coolest EVER Google hits if you keep writing that stuff.

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