SHOCKING RESULTS: Which Sex And The City Character Are You?
It has been a harrowing kind of day for me. I found out that once again, I am the Rebound Girl, the female version of the Dane Cook movie, Good Luck Chuck, if you will. I am so sick of the dating game that I could vomit all over your computer screen. In fact, I am virtually doing so as we speak.
What is so wrong with wanting to find and be with the one who will not let me down? The one who CANNOT let me down, because it is not in his nature to lead me on or to use me to fill the void that his very recent EX has left in his life. The one who would be so into me that if we had a big blow up he would show up on my doorstep in the pouring rain, begging me to take him back because he *gasp* LOVES me.
When dealing with bad dating adventures, I usually watch Sex And The City for TV therapy. I did so earlier today and told some friends about it. One of the friends asked me which Sex And The City character I am. I responded back that I am “Miranda”: the bitter one with the baby. I am glad that I have the crazy sense of humor enough that can laugh at that because inside I feel like crying. But it begs to ask the question: Where is MY someone? Why am I so difficult to love? Why am I always the Rebound Girl?
Maybe I am the Carrie, because I always have all these burning questions about love, that I usually end up typing out on my laptop just like tonight…with a smoke in one hand and a glass of wine in the other. I pose most of such questions to my girlfriends in stable relationships, who just end up laughing in my face and tell me to take a chill pill and/or go find a Mr. Right NOW, but that is not what I am after.
I need the real thing.
I need a Coca Cola. Just kidding. I need true love.
Which SATC character are you? Click on this quiz to find out.
No surprise, I scored a Miranda.
|Reesha: You are Miranda. You are drawn to men who can respect your independence and strength, and engage you intellectually. However, you are as hard on potential boyfriends as you are on yourself. It’s a tough act to balance the demands of work and dating, but your cynical views on love make it even harder to find someone to take away the loneliness.|