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I haven’t done a survey in like four days so LET’S GO

Classical: If you were an Olympian god, what would you be known for?
Being obnoxious My endurance? I’d be like “the god of can’t stop won’t stop”

Byzantine: Do you prefer gold or silver accessories?
Gold.

Medieval: Are you religious?
Not at all.

Gothic: What is your favourite historic building?
Does Big Ben (the tower itself) count? I’ve always liked Big Ben and was glad I got to see it in person once.
(It also has the best Twitter account)

Renaissance: Have you ever had a time in your life when you felt enlightened or changed?
The spring semester of 2007. I was taking just the right set of classes that made me feel like my mind was really opening up to the world and was starting to be able to see a whole bunch of connections that I’d been unable to see prior to that.

Baroque: Do you enjoy the finer things in life?
Meh. I’ll take it if I have it, but I’m cool with not having it.

Rococo: Is your bedroom full of trinkets and pictures? If so, which pictures adorn your walls?
Not the bedroom, but I have a designated “trinket shelf” right next to my computer desk full of all sorts of fun little baubles and things that I’ve designated as important. I only have two pictures (of my own) on the wall: one of Leibniz, one of a chart showing the relationships amongst univariate distributions.

Neoclassicism: If something came back into fashion, what do you hope it would be?
Bell bottoms or bell-bottom-style pants. These freaking skinny jeans and ESPECIALLY this “leggings as everyday pants” garbage needs to stop.

Romanticism: Do you often see things in a positive light?
Ha. No.

Pre-Raphaelite: Which book would you like to see turned into a film?
BAH

Impressionism: Do you look for details or take everything in at once?
I try to take everything in at once. It’s all interconnected, after all.

Art Nouveau: When were you last at the theatre?
Like, movie theatre? When we took my mom to see Infinity Wars. Live theatre? Never.

Surrealism: Why does the porcupine think it’s a duck?
Because it can’t see its quills.

Pop Art: Do you enjoy pop culture?
Sure. Though much more on the music/memes side than the celebrities/TV/gossip side.

Contemporary: What did you do today?
Uhhhhh…taught, walked, panicked about the future, wrote basically nothing for NaNo. Not my best day.

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