Who is your Alter Ego?

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Virginia Zuloaga Profile

I felt like answering to myself... Weird, I know,

Anyway, mine is the Draining Darkness according to an online quiz.  Holder of darkness, mysterious and isn't afraid to fight.  A dark caster.

This is quite... Accurate.  Because I'm totally the opposite and that's what the alter ego's supposed to be.

Bonus: My alter ego has black hair and blue eyes. Nice, huh?

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Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
The Darkness part, the black haired, blueyed part or just all of it? Ha ha ha! That's the great part of the alter ego. You're just that being that you're actually not. Does it sound confusing or is it my English? Maybe I have to practice more....
Yo Kass
Yo Kass commented
I get what you mean, I liked how mysterious your alter ego sounded...

Black hair, blues eyes and not afraid to fight... sounds like your alter ego is Megan Fox in 'Transformers'!
Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Oooh... You're right, but not quite. I just didn't have her in mind. I was thinking more like a manga version, perhaps? Just being creative... But I guess Megan Fox fits the description.

PS. I know about the edit part. This time I just wanted to make a statement.
Noah Green Profile
Noah Green answered

My alter ego is a 90 year old man who spends the entirety of his senior years making snide comments and flirting with 20 year old beach babes. He enjoys long walks on the beach, as well as showing off his sub-machine gun collection from the Vietnam War.

He talks how he wants, walks how he wants, drinks how much he wants, and sleeps to his hearts content.

Why is he able to do all of these things? Because, he's old. Old people do what they want, when they want.

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Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Hi Noah, I guess "doing what we want" is an important aspect on everyone's alter ego. Mine being a Draining Darkness might mean seizing the freedom of the night.

And about the age? Is it for the wisdom that old age brings? 90 years for me is an age that says "I'm still here and I'm only ten years away from the century". It's quite an achievement getting old with all that spirit. ;-)

Thanks for your answer!
Noah Green
Noah Green commented
Old people get away with more ;) Oh...and wisdom...yeah that too. :)
John McCann Profile
John McCann answered

Charles Robert Darwin, of course.

Even if that choice does not meet alter ego definitions.

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Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Hi John, any character or real person can be an alter ego. We create them so anything is possible and the sky's the limit! Darwin in cool! :-)
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Ray Dart , Mighty Sorceror, answered

Out there in "networld" you will find Zelkirkan, Mighty Sorceror......

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Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Hi Ray, I'll have to check that one out... I haven't heard of him yet. But Mighty Sorceror sounds like my type of alter ego!
Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Hi Ray, I'll have to check that one out... I haven't heard of him yet. But Mighty Sorceror sounds like my type of alter ego!
Yo Kass Profile
Yo Kass answered

I've had a few alter-egos in my time, mainly as ghost writers for a couple of websites...

Once I was a devout-Christian from Louisiana, another time I was a geisha living in Rome.

I was also the singer in a goth-rock band once upon a time... And that even happened in the real world! I was thinking about uploading a photo - but actually I think some alter-egos are best left buried in the past!

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Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Oooh, Kass! Don't keep the skeletons in your closet! I'd love to see that goth look... or the Geisha!
Yo Kass
Yo Kass commented
Lol fine maybe if you ask a goth related question I may need to upload an image for it ;)
Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
"Gothic" question, huh? That sounds like a good idea! ;-)
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Arthur Wright , Florida Paralegal with a BS degree in Social-Psychology, answered

King Arthur of Camelot

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Virginia Zuloaga
Virginia Zuloaga commented
Nice choice! I would join you as Morgana. Not that I like being bad to your alter-ego. It's just the type of characters that I chose: sorceress, dark, fantasy world...

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