Linda G. Hill

Life in progress

Which Book or Movie Title Describes your Life?

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I don’t often post surveys, nor do I usually participate in them. But I came across one that I thought might be fun on Facebook the other day and I thought it might be amusing to pass it along. Kind of.

The Facebook version asked a lot of random questions and came up with the answer for me. However, I lost all respect for it when it posed a question in which I had to choose a “literary character,” one of which was Christian Grey of 50 Shades of Grey fame. πŸ™„

So instead of posting the actual survey, I thought I’d just ask: If you could choose just one book title (or movie title, I’m not picky) to describe your life as it is right now, what would it be?

I realize you must scroll through the comments to get to the comment box, so try to come up with your answer before you look at the others, so you’re not influenced.

Go!

Author: LindaGHill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

37 thoughts on “Which Book or Movie Title Describes your Life?

  1. I’m Dancing As Fast As I Can.

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  2. Book: Mitch Albom’s “Have A Little Faith” or Tavis Smiley’s “This I Know For Sure”

    Movie: Based on the last year of my life “Dumb and Dumber” / “Dazed and Confused”

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  3. This is so cliched that I almost cringe while typing it. But it has to be The Perks of Being a Wallflower!

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  4. I really have no idea to be honest. My life has its own story.

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  5. “It’s kind of a Funny Story”.

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  6. Girl, Interrupted

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  7. I don’t really know right now but if I had to write my autobiography I’d call it “very almost but not quite” xxxxxx

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  8. Um, “Dumb and Dumber” I think.

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  9. The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness (movie with Ingrid Bergman)

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  10. Movie title : Disconnect
    Book title : Where in the OM am I ( just bought it , yet to read)

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  11. bridget jones…unfortunately..

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  12. Can I combine two? ‘The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen’ by Terry Gilliam (comedy) and ‘Ran’ by Akira Kurosawa. Drama and comedy…my life in a nutshell!

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