April 27th, 2007
|02:10 am - And here I was thinking my daemon was a lemming . . .|
Gakked from bethynyc, shiv5468 and auntiemisha:
According to this, I've got a mouse daemon, since I'm supposedly modest, soft-spoken, passive, spontaneous and responsible.
Well, I do like cheese an awful lot . . .
Since this daemon accepts input from other people before settling on a final form, please feel free to add your 2 cents as to whether this critter is an adequate representation of me. The creature's form may change during this process, and I'm curious as to what other creatures may show themselves and what my final daemonic animal will be. I'll find out in 12 days time, when this process is complete.
If you see a different creature after giving your input, please leave a comment and let me know what it was, since I'd like to know into which animals it morphs before settling into a final form.
Andreas is a nice name, no matter what form my daemon may take.
~~ scurries off to nibbble on some Stilton and Double Glouchester ~~
Current Mood: mellow
Current Music: "Facades" (from Glassworks) by Philip Glass
I shall have to make sure to tell rakina
about the spider form, since she knows I've fond of spider-animagus!Snape. (I also like spiders in general and refuse to kill them, because they eat nasty bugs like flies, which I loathe
It looks like an ocelot now. That's fine by me, since ocelot is one of my "creatures" (along with jaguar/leopard, tiger, otter, snowy owl and butterfly -- and maybe spider) and I'm well-known for my penchant for leopard prints. Perhaps it's showing my inner Minerva . . . ?
~~ gives the new daemon-form a catnip toy to play with ~~
|Date:||April 27th, 2007 09:45 pm (UTC)|| |
Yeah. It changed to some sort of cat when I answered, but it doesn't give the specific species. Urf.
Based on other people who've done this meme and their creatures, I'd say that it's now an ocelot.
Hmm. It started as a ladybug when I saw it, and wouldn't let me see what it turned into. Ladybugs do seem appropriate for an entwife!
It's become a spider again, just like it did after bethynyc
interacted with it.
Perhaps it's picking up on my fondness for needlework and other fiber arts and showing off my inner Arachne . . . ?