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Date Posted: Tuesday, March 22, 12:08:51pm
Author: JayBee
Subject: Hmmmm (r)
In reply to: Swatkat 's message, "Re: Giving this a try (r)" on Tuesday, March 22, 11:01:44am

And now I ask you when you do meet a character that reminds you of yourself, do you root for them in the way you root for your OTC?

Well...no. Mostly because the only characters who strike me as being much like myself don't get a lot of screen time. They have names like "Extra in Crowd Scene #347" and "Woman Walking Down Sidewalk". ;-)

Joking aside, I can't think of a character with any sort of substantial role on any television show/movie/book I like who reminds me of me, so I don't know how I would respond. Maybe with boredom (who wants to watch oneself?) or even discomfort (you get to see your own flaws writ large!).

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