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tonight, during a short break while studying neuroanatomy, i did some so-called love tests on www.askmarsvenus.com :) and so out of all, i'd like to share this one result which i thought kinda interesting...quite true...
what movie character resembles you?
“Rose DeWitt Bukater” As portrayed by Kate Winslet in Titanic
Rose DeWitt Bukater seems to have it all – first class travel, engagement to a wealthy man, servants, clothes, status. But this young woman is in a bad place mentally. She is betrothed to a man she doesn’t love. She feels controlled by him and by her mother. She is a victim of her time, and struggles to get out of the constraints of her corsets and the demure demeanor expected of her.
Rose finds only a few people on the Titanic who don’t look down upon her enthusiasm for books and logic, art and adventure. Most consider her a silly, spoiled girl who doesn’t know her place. But, chances are, people are more frightened of Rose’s bravery and bluntness than they care to admit, so they all try to keep her reigned in.
However, once Rose meets poor artist Jack Dawson, it takes only a small effort to crack her habits of good breeding. Jack – simply by being Jack – shows Rose how to live and love with abandon. Rose had always known there was more to be had than proper tea parties with vapid conversation. She had the nerve to speak her mind, most of the time, but she hadn’t had the nerve to completely be herself. Until Jack.
Rose and Jack seriously skip through the Five Stages of Dating – the accelerated relationship between them essentially constitutes a fairy tale. While this behavior isn’t recommended, there are some very real messages to be taken from this movie. Many women spend years looking for their “Jack,” that one man who will encourage, support, and enable them to find out what they’re really made of. But Jack doesn’t make Rose who she is – rather, he is the one person who loves her for exactly who she already is, which means freedom to her. It’s often a surprise when you find yourself attracted to someone “different” and wholly unexpected. But the person you think you’re meant to be with and the person who ultimately gels with you might not fit the picture you drew for yourself. And that’s OK.
Although things end tragically for the couple Rose moves on and swallows life whole. She doesn’t allow a man or responsibilities or propriety stand in her way. She doesn’t linger over a relationship and what-ifs. She, you could say, is strong enough and determined enough to fill her Love Tanks many times over, no matter who or what stands in her way.
quote of the day:
sometimes what you want is not what you need
but these words mean nothing if you don't even know the difference
sweet ♥ sugus