'She's talking to that mirror again, farther?' says Misst Craddock. Father Cradock turns round slowly from the book he is eating and explains that it is just a face she is going through and they're all the same at that age.
Hah! eat your heart out - my Daemon is Arphenia - a snow leopard. So there. If it's any consolation, I think this quiz thing is all screwy. I answered all the questions as honestly as I could and it still came away with the impression that I was "Modest, solitary, assertive, shy and humble". Me!
gah. why do i know you're not up for having others change it for you in the next few days?and whoever went and changed mine to a black cat, many thanks. i'd rather be a familiar than a fluffball.
Solitary and assertive - that's you all right, Falsie. Don't know about the modest and humble though. Btw, the snow leopard is Lord Asriel's daemon and the hare is the Texan aeronaut Lee Scoresby's. The aeronaut and his daemon both speak in a southern accent, which makes their scenes difficult to follow if you're hard of hare-ing. (You may groan.)
this is so hilarious... I was so excited to tell you that my daemon is a snow leapord! Bah falstaff you stole my thunder!! :( mine is called Albus (I immediately thought "ah, like Dumbledore!)
Jai: Actually, I'm convinced Falstaff's daemon's spot on; you're forgetting Day Falstaff and Night Falstaff. Somewhere there must be space for humble.And if anything were needed to confirm that a hare is wrong - all wrong - for me, it's the southern accent. Now I have to go drown my sorrows in bourbon or some other rot-gut?Szerelem: See Jai's comment; you're Lord Asriel himself. (please don't ask who Lord Asriel is! Just think of him as Lord Dumbledore.)
SB: Nah, neither Day nor Night Falstaff is modest or humble (though I suppose at a pinch you could call Day Falstaff shy) - though each thinks the other ought to be.And I think the drink you're looking for is a mint julep.
Falstaff: Mint julep? I would die rather. Or turn teetotal.Oh, look! I've turned into an otter! (Are these guys confusing Pullman with Rowling by and chance? Isn't an otter Hermione's patronus? [It is. I was just being rhetorical])
The switch to otter was me up to some mischief :PLooks very cute no? And otters are very intelligent too..
Lekhni: Thanks! It's much better than hare.
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