I like all of them. I'm like Robin because I'm kind of like a leader of my friends and I'm good at finding people(sometimes), I also get obsest with my crushes. I'm like Starfire because there are times when I sweet and girly(but I'm usually shy/quiet when I'm like that). I'm like Cyborg because I go on my electronics a lot and like to eat pizza. I'm like Beast Boy because usually I'm random, hyper, weird, annoying, and make my friends laugh(I also have a squeaky high-pitched voice) . I'm also not always the smartest or bravest and make my friends face palm herself. I also have a hard time with certain meats but I love Asian chicken. I'm also like Raven because at times I am very quiet and speak in a lower pitched voice. I also get moody around my younger sibling. I usually wear a jacket a lot in public. I'm the most like Raven and Beast Boy. It's funny because I ship those two...weird.
I really don't know. none of them? XD I'm more like Anne Elliot (from Persuasion by Jane Austen) than any cartoon character I can think of (maybe a little of Belle from "Beauty and the Beast"?). I love cartoons, but they're never as multi-dimensional as real people, you know? and people have so many little quirks that you'll rarely find a premade character that matches exactly. but here I am ranting, and you just asked a simple question
Don't worry, I have sent a few replies that are rather long, it tends to happen I talk way to much >_< It is really funny because I saw your signature the quote from Jane Austen. It's funny because I have to read Pride and Prejudice for a school class and I am listening to it right now, instead of reading (cheating slightly) but I know exactly what's going on. It's really sad because I am not wuite old enough to appericate it, and I find it quite boring
haha yeah, reading books in school can kill them if you don't have a good teacher. I really love classic literature (I'm reading Dracula right now) and Jane Austen is my favorite author. It's not to everyone's taste, I know; my boyfriend hates her books. Her humor is very subtle and satirical, and he's more of a Kurt Vonnegut fan.