Kimra wrote:Oh that last post was about me. Umm... 10 things about me in a nutshell:
She's obviously lying to try and fool you, Asherian. Best to assume that everything she's told you so far is false. But with that in mind, I think we can safely deduce who it really is: Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The evidence is overwhelming. Let's look at what she's told us, in reverse chronological order.
Kimra wrote:Would you believe I'm an English Major as well?
What other identity would Hamlet take?
Kimra wrote:10. I'm bored about writing about myself and I must AWAY.
Two things to note: "I must away." Who says this? Shakespeare characters.
Also, Hamlet never gets tired of going on about himself. He's like the Prince of Denmark and Also Long-Winded Soliloquies. (See also point 3.)
2. I have an unhealthy obsession with manga, and a collection of figurines to go with it.
3. I struggle to think of more than two points about myself in any one sitting (maybe I have dementia?)
4. My house has no running water (hot or cold), or heaters, and it's winter. So I'm complaining.
5. My house does, however, have a abnormal number of computers... maybe I can turn them all on at once, and sit in a room with them for shared warmth?
6. I like: Buffy, Chocolate, Batman, the West Wing, Crappy Movies, bad 80's movies (Big Trouble in Little China rocks!) and the new Star Wars movies (because without them how could I have Darth and Droids http://www.darthsanddroids.net
7. I will remember cool things that I actually really like after hitting the 'submit' button, and then forget about the 'edit' button or... you know... decide I really should finish my overdue assignments for this semester.
8. I'm a University. Don't let it deceive you, that tells you nothing about my age (I submit that I'm somewhere between the age of 18 and 800).
9. I like Milo (and perhaps have given away my country of origin with that one). When I make Milo I fill half the glass up with milk and the other half with the choco-like-substance (Milo).
These don't help to narrow it down very much, but note that none of them are true of Hamlet.
Kimra wrote:1. I don't like being in a nut shell.
O God, I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space
Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2
Police said they spent some time working out if they could charge the man with being armed with a weapon, as technically he was armed with part of a fish.