Which Pride & Prejudice Miss Are You Most Like?
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1. You hear there is to be a Regency ball. You:
a. Dance about the room talking loudly about what you’ll wear, how your hair should be done, and how you’ve been aching to dance.
b. Feel happy and talk it over later with your best friend.
c. Squeal with delight and try to get a word in edgewise above all the fuss.
d. Smile at everyone’s happiness and know that it will be a lovely time.
e. Hope you will meet an eligible gentleman. Your family has been anticipating your marriage for a long time.
f. Suppose you must go, but you do not like dancing.
g. Fake a smile and feel dissatisfied with nearly everyone you know will be coming.
2. At the ball, you know you have been rejected when someone suggested you as a partner to their friend. You:
a. Think he is rather rude, but since he is that way, it is better you did not have to dance with him.
b. Did not expect it, anyways. Your best friend is perturbed and declares that it will be his loss.
c. Have not danced a single dance yet and do not intend to accept any. But you are never singled out, and deep inside you feel hurt.
d. Laugh. Who does he think he is? There are many men who are far more agreeable to choose from.
e. Feel rather hurt, but the circumstance was presented humorously, so you tell the story to your friends to laugh at.
f. Decide to compliment and agree with him on everything, and then he will want to dance with you. He his handsome and rich; you won’t let this be a set-back.
g. Start to sulk until your best friend laughs and laughs, and you cannot help joining in. Then she finds you a different partner.
3. You are asked to go on a trip with your mother’s cousin’s family. You:
a. Accept. It will be lovely to see their dear children again!
b. Accept, and try to convince them to take along your best friend, too. It would be dreadfully dull without her!
c. Decline. If you wanted to go, your own family would take you.
d. Accept. An escape from monotony is always welcome.
e. Accept. You enjoy their company, and have always wanted to go to that place.
f. Decline. You would rather stay home.
g. Accept. You love anything new and exciting!
4. You are out shopping with a friend. She shows you a shirt and says “this kind of shirt is so cool! Would it look good on me, should I get it? Truthfully, you think it’s ugly. You say:
a. “If you like it, you should get it.”
b. “I wouldn’t get it. Why do you care so much about what’s considered cool?”
c. “You would look marvelous whatever you wear!”
d. “What, that? How could you think that looks good?”
e. “I thought you said you were looking for a new dress.”
f. “It’s ugly, but you might as well get it anyways.”
g. “Oh…sure,” after blinking a few times.
5. Somebody makes you angry. What do you do?
a. Tell them you do not care about what they said/did.
b. Try to understand them, and perhaps apologize if they think it was your fault.
d. Tell them exactly what you think!
e. Bear it with composure.
f. Glare at them, turn sharply way, and talk very meanly about them behind their backs.
g. You don’t often become angry. If someone starts to say something you do not like, you simply tune them out.
6. You are:
d. A leader
g. A follower
7. Sometimes you tend to:
a. Be pliable
b. Think a little too well of people
c. Be rebellious
d. Be judgmental
e. Not care enough about things
f. Be rude
g. Be a stick-in-the-mud
8. Acquaintances might think of you as: