Who would you like to be if you could pick a favorite character? You can choose from anything you want. A book, a character in a movie, tv, etc.. cartoon, The endless choices would be fun to hear. I think I would like to be Katherine Hepburn. She was my favorite actress.
Selene from Underworld. Not that I want to be a vampire, but I loved her part.
Audrey and Cinderella are cool too. I love the old movie, Sabrina. And I could watch Cinderella over and over. I used to read Pippi Longstocking
I love the story about Pippi, I read that one too! In fact I still have the original one from when I was little. Found it among the keepsakes mom left.
I used to look like Pippi Longstocking...
James T. Kirk of the USS Enterprise
Xena, warrior princess.
Only I'd be Holle, Celtic warrior princess. I used to sign my emails like that when I was teaching. Think I'll start doing that with Hub forum comments! lol
Ennis from Brokeback Mountain, so I can make out with Jake Gyllenhaal! LOL!
Or, I would live like I was in a cartoon. Like Roger the Alien in American Dad. That way I could do all kinds of crazy stuff, and never get in any serious trouble. Maybe have an anvil drop on my head, and then just walk away going...gee I didn't see that coming. I think i'll get an ice cream come. Get in a car crash one minute, and be sitting on a beach sipping a cocktail the next.
But, knowing my luck, I would have someone who wants to be a cartoon villain attempting to blow me up with dynamite every time I turn around. But, then I could live in smurf like village where everyone is happy and gay, and poop rainbows, while singing a happy song. As long as it isn't too annoying. LOL!
But, then I might be just as happy being a good jedi, with a sick sense of humor. "You don't need to wear those pants." or "You want to make out with me don't you....I can feel it....trust me I'm a jedi!"
Roger Rabbit, since he's married to Jessica....F***ING RABBIT!
by Kyou Capps 6 years ago
What is your favorite cheesy pick-up line? Mine is, "Excuse me miss, I think you dropped something....your smile." While the guy does this he is supposed to pretend to pick something up off the floor then lightly touch her chin for the last part.
by Ivann 8 years ago
Mine would have to be Hades.
by Shil1978 8 years ago
Which cartoon character has been your all-time favorite and why?
by Tranita 7 years ago
Who is your favorite cartoon character? Just because you're an adult doesn't mean you never had one.Look at the child within, we all have one!!! lol Why is this your favorite character?
by Dale Mazurek 8 years ago
Okay hubbers. I read and read and then I read some more to pick hubs for my blog. Some of you know about the blog I have built for Hubbers. I read a blog, do a quick review on it and then post the Hub to it.Well now I am looking for a different perspective. I am looking for...
by flyboy7 7 years ago
Who is your favorite cartoon character of all time? Mine is definitely Sylvester the cat.
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