|You scored as Original!Ion.|
You're the Original!Ion. You really like to make others see the pain.
When they complain, kill them.
When they even lay a hand on Arietta, kill them.
It takes but a swing and they're gone...
Incidentally, here are the scans for the Original!Ion special feature, and this is an English translation of that manga chapter, linked by kasumi_blue.
No really. Which Tales of the Abyss character are you?
created with QuizFarm.com
WHAT?! This is the LAST person I expected to be, if only for the fact that I consider him
the most EVIL person in all of Tales of the Abyss.
And is it not disturbing that after the most evil personality, the NEXT one I score highest for the is the CHIRPY GENKI HAPPY!!!cheegle?! THIS IS NOT RIGHT. I mean, two completely contrasting personalities SIDE BY SIDE.
AND WHY am I nearly HALF-VAN, IYA DAME.
On another note, it takes me fifteen whole minutes to put on my costume (all eight component parts), and it takes me even longer to get it off. I have realised it does not matter whether or not I wear contacts, as in the present getup, I am effectively blind. But I have discovered that PAINT makes better hair gel than actual hair gel!
And other than the fact that at the close of today I got given work that even the lawyer assigning it to me said, "... I don't think [it] can be done in one day..." and tomorrow is the last day before the REAL HARDCORE LAW SCHOOL STUFF BEGINS... I have decided that I love our legal system. I mean the laws themselves, not the substantive justice that the laws engender. It's such a mongrel creation of a gazillion other legal systems. Our Copyright Act was originally based on the Australian model, our Penal Code and Evidence Act came from India, our Companies Act is largely based on the British model, our Spam Act is this extremely distressing hybrid of the US and UK ones - mainly because the original acts are absolutely beautiful, and what we created out of the both of them is a NASTY MESS (in comparison to the provisions of the original).
Also, I ABSOLUTELY LOVED DIE HARD 4.0. Or as they call it in the US, LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD. Apparently the reason we get Die Hard 4.0 outside of the States is that non-US citizens wouldn't "get" the reference to that particular state's motto. OH WHY. A good motto to live and die HARD by is a good motto. It doesn't matter where it came from. As long as the words mean something, where they came from is of little import. Bruce Willis's co-star looks awfully like a goofy version of Keanu Reeves with actual expressions. And one day I will actually watch a movie WHERE I SEE NO SLASH, but that is NOT HAPPENING YET.