If you were to choose ten chicks (or dudes) (from literature/television/film/whatever) who had comparable qualities to yours, which ones would you pick?
One. Kit Kat played by Lydia Wilson in About Time. Careless, unaware of her own worth, easily distracted by impulse.
Two. Anna Malloy played by Isla Fisher in Tag. Crass, pushy, dedicated. She’s probably my favorite of the bunch. Here’s a good (not kid-friendly) snapshot: https://youtu.be/9zayyt63auA.
Three. Samantha played by Molly Ringwald in Sixteen Candles. Shoots for the fences, annoyed by idiots, shy.
Four. Shelby Eatenton Latcherie played by Julia Roberts in Steel Magnolias. Has a hard time standing up for what she wants, people-pleaser, decent sense of style.
Five. Meredith Morton played by Sarah Jessica Parker in The Family Stone. REALLY good at sticking her foot in her mouth, tries too hard, excellent gift-giver.
Six. Molly Mahoney played by Natalie Portman in Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium. Fascinated by magic but doubts her abilities to be magical, tenacious, has creative desires but not a lot of vision until push comes to shove.
Seven. Allison Reynolds played by Ally Sheedy in The Breakfast Club. AWKWARD. Doesn’t much like people. Doesn’t think she has any friends.
Eight. Emma played by Ann Hathaway in One Day. Settles. Rarely speaks up for herself. Kind of a geek.
Nine. Sadness played by Melissa McCarthy in Inside Out. Caring touch, kind heart, incessant crying jags.
Ten. Meredith played by Gillian Anderson in Playing by Heart. Control freak, doesn’t deal well with passion, doesn’t deal well with men.