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Here's a poll! Take it )

(I no longer have a paid account on LJ, so you'll have to go to my DW mirror to take the poll. Sorry for the inconvenience)
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Because I haven't done a poll in 6 months, here's another one about my anime reviews (and how I could improve them) ^^

Don't hesitate to drop a comment if you've got something else to say not covered in the poll.

pollll )
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Sooo... if I had one resolution last year, it was to make review of series I was watching as I go; and I did that pretty systematically for anime series; and kind of not at all for Live-action TV shows; and books as always but limited by the fact I haven't read much this whole year... and since writing review, with my Muse down to lalaland, wherever Muses go when they aren't demanding fics from ficcers, has been my main fandom activity lately, I was kind of wondering how much it was appreciated and how to improve them (and hopefully the number of comments I get on them ;))

So,
Poll time! )
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Your result for The Fan Fiction Personality Test...

The Mindgamer

Everything is possible, nothing is ever really over.

Fanfiction is a creative outlet for you. You don't intentionally write it, it just happens. You find inspiration in several fandoms, but are not obsessed with only one.


You like to explore "what if" situations. What if this character had never made this very choice? What if this event had taken place sooner, never, elsewhere? What if these people had never met?


You are likely to write Alternative Universes, fan seasons or sequels and just follow your (sometimes pretty strange) plot bunnies.

Take The Fan Fiction Personality Test at OkCupid




[Poll #1508022]

pollish

4 Feb 2009 12:14 am
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I made a poll because I was bored. I blame [livejournal.com profile] deeplyunhip :p

cut for poll )
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[Poll #1266990]

Also, what exactly would you put behind "unhealthy"? Is there some kinds of unhealthy which you are willing to ship and others which you draw the lines at (which ones, and why)? Don't hesitate to give some examples!

ETA: this is mostly due to the fact that some of the comments on this post by [livejournal.com profile] meganbmoore made me wonder if I was the only one.
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Usually when your interest in a fandom turns sour, why is that?

[Poll #1213954]

Drop a comment if you have anything to add!
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I've been following [livejournal.com profile] aubrem's very interesting lattest discussion about decentralisation with attention (LJ's tracking device rocks mightily, I cannot say that too many times ♥). Being both a Snape/Lupin OTPist and a very big fan of dark fictions, I feel, of course, concerned.

cut for lengthy reasonning )

A Poll is there under the cut )
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Following onto the interesting post by [livejournal.com profile] shiv5468 on Extraversion/Introversion and Lupin hate and the following discussions, I'm wondering about the correlation between the Myers-Briggs typology and the character that we like, dislike, identify with and write easily.

So let's test it!

To take this poll, please, you must first know your Myers-Briggs type. If you don't know it, you can test it there (long one) or there (shorter one).
This test will tell you how you fit over four axis, each dichotomy being represented by a letter (thus giving types like ENFP for exemple) :
(I) Introvert / (E) Extravert
(N) Intuition / (S) Sensing
(T) Thinking / (F) Feeling
(P) Perceiving / (J) Judging
You can also check the wiki entry on Myers-Briggs for more information about it.

take this poll! )

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