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cage's avatar

Can you personify your personality in to a natural disaster or some weather?

Asked by cage (3114points) July 26th, 2008

I’m going to say a breeze for me, in that I can happily go through everyone and most people enjoy me on a hot day :) lol

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marinelife's avatar

I am sunlight filtering through trees into a glade.

Scrumpulator's avatar

The light of a full moon that allows wonderful summer walks at night.

dragonflyfaith's avatar

I’m a pretty, pretty rainbow! No um…a howling wind. I make myself known but I’m mostly all air.

gailcalled's avatar

Some folks think I am hot air; personally I see myself as pretty foggy,

wildflower's avatar

A full-blown rainbow! You can’t decide if it’s a good or bad thing; it’s bright and colourful, but rainy and only a little sunny…..

susanc's avatar

A flat shoreline vulnerable to tidal waves.

cage's avatar

@susanc “awwwwww :(” :)

scamp's avatar

I am a snowstorm. I may seem kinda cold at first, but once I warm up to you I melt into a mushy mess!

cage's avatar

@scamp, AND BE REALLY ANNOYING!!!! lol, but no! I would love a snowstorm, cold but amazing to look at! ;) lol

scamp's avatar

ha ha! you got me cage!

susanc's avatar

Hey! I think flat shorelines are good. No pathos here. They’re calming: generally safe; expansive and soul-enlarging: good to explore and look at and take the boat out from; if the unthinkable happens, and it might not, it’s been worth it.

Huh: a selfportrait I didn’t anticipate. Not sure it’s accurate.

tinyfaery's avatar

A chilly, cloudy day, with occasional rain, and the occasional beaming of the sun. Maybe Seattle, or Vancouver B.C. describes me.

shrubbery's avatar

I’m a rainbow because when you try to come close to me I run away ;)
Nah… I’m an avalanche because I can be all nice and steady but if something hits me suddenly, I come crashing down.

deaddolly's avatar

a full moon…i bring out the crazies.

timeand_distance's avatar

Kansas in march;
sunny in the morning, snowstorm at noon, tornado at night.

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