I'd also choose Forest Gump, i can at least feel a bond with the character. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hlx2Jr-oG0
Nailed that one
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Lol try not to let your loved ones get taken to begin with.I did enjoy watching them though.
He always has the last word.
Omg. You just gave me an idea for another question
In the video game I'm stuck between the Archmage and the Swordmaster. In the lore of the fantasy world I'd be a Loremaster. A loremaster in DnD is more of a scholar.A Loremaster in Warhammer is a fighter/mage.Powerful in each class.
I don't watch TV so that is kinda hard to compare. Mentally I guess I am Sonic cause it feels like I am constantly bouncing from one thing to the next quickly. Overall though? I'm struggling to think of a character.When I'm in a good mood I am very energetic like I can't keep my body from moving and I start doing like 10 different things at a time with multiple points of stimulation. I am very playful usually and love hiding jokes in plain sight as well as being kinda mischievous. On my downs though I get really dark. Way more than I should. I love mostly everyone else and hate myself completely. I have a lot of different creative outputs but writing seems to be the one that sticks. If you know any characters like that then I'm that one lmao
Interesting! Yeah I don't have any suggestions there either.Also can't think of an answer for myself.(Maybe you're like me, you like to ask qs you don't have answers for yourself.)I think overall the character I have loved most is someone hardly anyone would know. It's Michael from Thirtysomething. There were the occasional times I didn't like him, but for the most part I found him such a great, appealing, blend of a man who was also sensitive and introspective. I don't think he's rare, I just think characters are not written like him anymore. There's tons of extremism and things done for shock value to try and hold viewers' attention. Michael was a husband, friend to many, a cousin, and a person who struggled and triumphed in his career. He's not like me, but I felt a certain indefinable kinship with the way he viewed the world, I think.
I remember the name of that show but never saw it. Maybe I can be the whammy from press your luck lmao