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Hahaha, am a bloodsucker! You leh?

You scored as Count Dracula. You are the charming, ravenous vampire from Bram Stoker’s classic novel. A frightful spectre from the shadows of history, you harvest the blood of the living to perpetuate your existence. Though you are hospitable and charming, it is only an insidious ruse to cover your carnivorous intentions.

Count Dracula

63%

Dorian Gray

58%

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

50%

Frankenstein's Monster

42%

The Headless Horseman

38%

The Invisible Man

25%

What's Your 19th Century Horror Character?
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Comments on: "What’s Your 19th Century Horror Character?" (4)

  1. Even I am Count Dracula.

    sulz: hehe, fangs for playing!

  2. lovelyloey said:

    Heh I’m Dorian Gray. Cos afraid of growing old mah. 😛

    sulz: this girl too!

  3. I am Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

    we are cool

    schizo

    sulz: haha. (hey, your dad guests blog in your own blog, that’s something unusual… in a good way.)

  4. Hmm, LMAO this quiz could be right. I guess it says something when you score %100 on a quiz.
    You scored as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

    You are the unfortunate changling from Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel, the victim of volatile emotions that violate your reputedly noble character. Through scientific experimentation, you have divided your social and primal selves into two separate physical entities, which grapple perpetually for control of your existence. Because of this tension, your life is a maelstrom of inescapable, private turmoil.

    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    100%
    Frankenstein’s Monster
    75%
    The Headless Horseman
    63%
    The Invisible Man
    63%
    Dorian Gray
    50%
    Count Dracula
    38%

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