Tuesday, February 12, 2002

Daria is the poster child for "teen misfit," and holds in high contempt what she sees as the shallowness and superficiality of the world around her. She is also cynical -- though she'd say she's "realistic" -- and mistrustful of authority, and doesn't hesitate to make her opinions known when she sees fit. She has a talent for writing, a sharp intellect, an even sharper tongue (her sarcasm could cut tempered steel), and a wit so dry it makes the Sahara look like a rain forest.

Wow. Being compared to Daria. What a life-changing shock. And I always thought of myself as more of the Quinn type. Guess I'll have to retire my collection of Guess Jeans and pink T-shirts.

(As if I would have gotten anything else)

On with it.