Anime Character to Which I Am Most Similar (30 Day Anime Challenge, Day 13)

Hehehe, do you remember this?

“Describe yourself in three fictional characters.”

I’ve already done it, and they all happened to be anime characters, so I’ll pick the one of them that I’m most like and put his picture right…



That’s right. I’m basically Tama-chan. I mean, some other spices sprinkled in for flavor, of course, but come on. Tamaki are so alike that it is almost not funny. Even my bestie Ginger says so, so you know it’s legit. (^_~)

So, I’m Tamaki. I talk about Ouran enough that I won’t ramble about Tamaki here, but check out the series and then tell me I’m wrong.

Well, okay, most of you don’t know me in person, but I’m honestly not wrong.

Also, my husband is basically Kyoya, so we’ve got that “Mommy!!-Yes, Daddy?”                  ヽ(`Д´)ノ (д´ノ) ヽ(   )ノ (ヽ´△) ヽ(´△`)ノ  relationship down PAT, even if those aren’t the words we use. I kid you not.

Anyway, the other two characters that best reflect who I am (but let’s face it, I am mostly Tama-chan from the well-meaning ridiculousness to the growing mushrooms) are Nanami from Kamisama Hajimemashita and Tohru from Fruits Basket. Here’s a brief rundown of traits each character and I have in common:


  • Well-meaning
  • Protective of loved ones
  • Naturally a bit flirty (even if my methods were different)
  • Grows mushrooms
  • Cuts to the heart of the matter when supporting others.
  • Caring
  • Plays the piano! 
  • Basically a princely (princess) type
  • Massive freak outs (“MOMMY!!”)
  • If I deny my problem, it doesn’t exist.
  • Hyperactive and ridiculous with a good heart


  • Generous to a ridiculous extent*
  • Positive outlook
  • Grateful
  • Polite
  • Caring
  • Girly
  • Overly apologetic (Especially as a youth! :P)


  • Stubborn
  • Loves wholeheartedly
  • Silly
  • Nurturing/motherly


With which character do you share similarities?

Until next time, my princesses,



☆⌒(≧▽° )





*Example: In grade school, I used to give away my last pencils to classmates who didn’t have them, willing to not finish my own work so that way the other person could do their own tests. I never realized this was (or even thought about it being) strange or unique until I got older and Mom pointed it out.

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