I think people see my as good-intentioned, but often wrong-headed. Perhaps Pippin would've been a better choice. I usually try to do the right thing, especially once it's been explained to me properly.
book Merry that is. I've said it often, I'm sure he's a Capricorn. He's organized, plans ahead, thinks of others, loyal to a fault, understands maps, never seeks the limelight, is resolute & brave & does what must be done when the chips are down. Most of all, puts friendship ahead of everything.
I guess I would say my prsonality's like his in a way -I'll be the first to join in with seemingly mad cap stuff and enjoy having fun as much as anyone else -once you're my friend I will stick by you but if I'm crossed, watch out! I'm loyal to a point but I will speak up if I think somethings not right! and I will finish something once I put my mind to it!!
A pity Galadriel didn't make it on the list! :-)
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She is the one I identify most with - and, luckily, that others identify me most with as well...! Both physically (especially when I am on the slimmer side!... but also when I am not) and psychologically. I know, although she is admired, and even loved by some, she isn't as popular as, let's say, the Hobbits. It doesn't matter, I'm glad being like her a little, for she is somehow my role-model, the star I try to shine like in this Later Age... I'm not wearing white robes, but whenever it will not be too conspicuous I do like dressing in that kind of style that Arwen and also Éowyn are wearing... just because I like it so much!
I am compared to a hobbit. I tend to where bare feet a lot of the time, so my feet get a little dirty looking, so friends generally refer to me as a hobbit. Also because I've been known to have a few pints, smoke a pipe, and be merry! Those who know the characters a little better compare me a bit to Bilbo. I would agree I guess, as he's been the character I've related most to over the years. And I couldn't be happier to be compared to Mr. Bilbo Baggins.