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11 August 2005 @ 16:20
I'm pretending to be Devanagari  

Thanks to nelsolidarida, I've found a quiz that's ((very) roughly) along the lines of something that isolt wanted to create:

Samarkan Font

Your font is Samarkan. You are a very quiet person who would rather stand back and observe rather than get involved. You have a broad variety of knowledge and your insight helps you see past the problem and discern a solution that most people wouldnt have even noticed. You are not a party person and you maintain a close friendship with only a few people. You are open-minded to change because you realize that it is a necessary part of life.

What Unique Font Best Matches You? (anime pics!)
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...and, as I said, I'm pretending to be Devanagari.

I still look forward to isolt's version. I don't believe that everyone is a display font.

 
 
 
lascribe on 11. August, 2005 17:06 (UTC)
Did, the quiz: me, too, Q.
鉄観音: peek!isolt on 11. August, 2005 17:49 (UTC)
Oh... my.

I am apparently also Samarkan.

I need to finish my quiz, because I am definitely, definitely not Samarkan. I am an attractive and practical sans-serif. ;)
Merlemerle_ on 14. August, 2005 11:53 (UTC)
Yes. I, too, am Samarkan.

Not completely off, I suppose. The description, maybe. The font itself, no. I think of myself as more of a Courier New, though. Or maybe Dragonwick, but that's not a common font.

Gods help me, I am pleased not to be a ShelleyVolanteScript. *shudder*
Q. Pheevr: Plaid god!q_pheevr on 15. August, 2005 10:56 (UTC)

I like the description that goes along with Samarkan well enough, but I don't at all see how it (or that picture of the elven flautist) has anything to do with the font itself. I would have expected something more along the lines of:

You are Samarkan. You like to engage in romantic fantasies about The East, but when it comes right down to it, you don't know India from Uzbekistan. (Also, you either can't spell very well or are still using an operating system that insists on eight-character file names.) You spend much of your free time festooning telephone polls with advertisements for yoga lessons and frequenting cheap Indian restaurants. Please go read a biography of Tamurlane now.

Okay, that was excessively snarky. But still.

鉄観音isolt on 15. August, 2005 11:33 (UTC)
*snickers*

No, I think that was just snarky enough.

Nothing wrong with cheap Indian restaurants though!