Thursday, June 4, 2009

What's your medieval profession?




You Are a Playwright



You are a highly literate wordsmith. You love both reading and writing.

You are also a natural storyteller. You can turn a mediocre anecdote into a riveting tale.

You find people and all aspects of life fascinating. No topic is off limits for you.

In modern times, you would make a good filmmaker or novelist.

14 comments:

√čarwen said...

I was a playwright, too!
I like the Greer Garson PANDP and the Jennifer Ehle one, too! =D

Andy Moore said...

Yep, I got playwright too!

Mada said...

I got "cartographer". :-D

emme said...

Playwright for me, too!

~Emily

Anonymous said...

Playwright for me also...something doesn't seem to add up here, maybe they only have three professions to choose from.

The Editrix said...

LOL. . . on the forum where I found this quiz, most of the people were playwrights. . .

Briar said...

I got 'Cartographer'.

Funnily enough, that is actually a career I have considered.

Miss Jen said...

That was FUN...
I got~ Playwright! :>)

Ellie said...

Playwright! :D

Theresa said...

Haha! I got "messenger." Most of this is probably true...

"You are a great communicator and quite persuasive too.
And to be honest, your also a bit of a gossip. You like to know what's going on with people.
You can deliver almost any message to anyone, and they'll take it better coming from you.
In modern times, you would make a good journalist or diplomat."

I hate it how bad English is increasingly common in things like this! The incorrect use of "your" is all over facebook! arrgh!

The Editrix said...

LOL! Cool! A messenger. . . so far there seems to be three possible results for this quiz - playwright, cartographer, astrologer, and messenger.

The Editrix said...

Oops - I meant four different results, not three. :P

Livi said...

Hahaha, I got rat catcher....should I be worried?? :P

The Editrix said...

ROFL! What??? Was that seriously a medieval job/vocation/profession?