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mythological? but I exist!!

Many thanx to Dawn the unicorn for pointing me to this quiz:
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What mythological creature are you?

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UR A HIPPOGRYPH:
"Wings stir the sunlight dust
of the cathedral in which
the Past is buried
to its chin in marble."
A hippogryph is a cross between a griffin and a horse. You are very loyal and committted. Thus, you are a perfect fit for marraige or relationships. You are close to your friends and they appreciate you very much. You love the taste of freedom as does Pegasus. You are the perfect warrior. Obtaining swiftness and sharpness you are hard to beat down. Yet, you can be regal when the time is right.


Let's review the results, shall we?


A hippogryph is a cross between a griffin and a horse.
    yep, I am a half-breed, all right...


You are very loyal and committted.
    True. I think many people would like to see me committed.


Thus, you are a perfect fit for marraige or relationships.
    Oh, THAT kind of committed ah? Yeah, that works too :-)


You are close to your friends and they appreciate you very much.
    Those who make it to the "friend" category lah... Not too many people are allowed that close to me...


You love the taste of freedom as does Pegasus.
    Definitely! Just don't have George Michael sing that song to me, ok?


You are the perfect warrior.
    ROAARRRRRR I *am* after all, a Leo :-)


Obtaining swiftness and sharpness you are hard to beat down.
    "obtaining"? you mean "during the times I am swift and sharp I am hard to beat down"? Weird way of putting it, but sure! After all, most of my office colleagues could never "get" my train of thought...


Yet, you can be regal when the time is right.
    LOL! Again, I *am* a Leo, after all....

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