PDA

View Full Version : Discover your past life


Sabeena
13-05-2006, 19:31
well i found this test on http://uk.tickle.com/test/animalpast.html and it apparently tells you about your past life...
well this is what my past life used to be :rolleyes:

Don't go bananas; in your former life you were a tiny monkey named Oompa. Here's what we know about you: With an adorably sweet demeanour and sharp as a pointy knife, you found success working with a street performer named Juan, who worshipped you and treated you like his own child. He bought you a gold satin jumpsuit with royal blue ruffles, a matching top hat, and a sequined bag for donations. He would play your favourite disco tunes on his accordion, prompting you to dance around and flirt with the crowd while you collected spare change, picked pockets and got up to general monkey business. Everybody loved you. And you loved everybody. You and Juan took your gig around the country and spent the money on tapas and monkey nuts. You were one happy, not to mention cheeky, little monkey.

Take the test, post what your past life is on on this thread... :D

Rachel
13-05-2006, 19:40
Hmmmm...

In your former life, you were a penguin!

Grab your tux; in a past life you were an Emperor penguin of distinguished character and notable charm. Here's what we know about you: Adored by all, you looked particularly dashing in your top hat and tails. However, you were not content to continue the family trade of butlers and waiters. You wanted to the fame and riches yourself. Quite the visionary, you brought popular theatre to the ice- skating rink. "Cats...on Ice!" and "The Saturday Night Fever Ice Capades" were two of your best-received works and were especially big hits with your friends and neighbours. Your fame would have spread worldwide if not for the fact that you looked exactly like every other penguin on the ice cap. Frustrated, you made a brash attempt to assert your individuality: You threw away your penguin suit; purchased a racy, powder-blue number with frilly cuffs; and set sail for Scotland. International acclaim eluded you, but you were quite content spending the rest of your days in the festival city of Edinburgh, where your all-ice-skating production of "Hamlet" met with great praise and commercial success.

:spy:

QueenBee
13-05-2006, 19:43
I was a leopard named Lola... yay porno name! I married some bartender named Tony, and I wore slutty clothes. Then me and Tony grew old together, "joyfully dancing our lives away at the club to the soulful tunes of Barry Manilow."

LOL.

Also...
Not much is certain in life; past or present
Can't argue with that :laugh:

Sabeena
13-05-2006, 19:44
LMAO! your past life seems more interesting than mine... I would much prefer ice skating than being a monkey dancing around and flirting with the crowd..:p

Kyro
13-05-2006, 19:48
I was a leopard named Lola... yay porno name! I married some bartender named Tony, and I wore slutty clothes. Then me and Tony grew old together, "joyfully dancing our lives away at the club to the soulful tunes of Barry Manilow."

I got the same:

In your former life, you were a leopard!
Leopard

Not much is certain in life; past or present; but we know this much about you: In your last life you were a sultry leopard named Lola. You were a showgirl, with yellow feathers in your hair and a dress cut down to there. You would meringue and do the cha- cha. And one night at the Copacabana (the hottest spot north of Havana), you fell in love with Tony, the handsome bartender. Tony fought Rico (he wore a diamond) for you and won. You proved a lot of people wrong by managing to change your spots and started wearing dresses from Marks and Spencer's that were much more becoming for a married lady. The two of you grew old and happy together, joyfully dancing your lives away at the club to the soulful tunes of Barry Manilow.

I don't like the sound of that...

forre
13-05-2006, 19:49
A monkey (read the complete character description in the first post) LOL.

Oh, that explains it all. :D

QueenBee
13-05-2006, 19:49
I don't like the sound of that...
Why not? I bet our lives RULED! :done:

Kyro
13-05-2006, 19:53
Being a showgirl, wearing a dress and marrying a man just really don't appeal to me. I'd rather be a penguin or a monkey any day!

Obie
13-05-2006, 19:58
I got the same,:eek: ,, just like Queenbee and Kyro,,, I was a leopard called LOLA????,,, it doesn't sound that funny when you're a guy,,,, ha ha,,, it actuallyy is, isn't it,,,, ? I won't tell my past life story since Kyro has already done it,,,, nice thread Sabeena,,,, :D

nath
13-05-2006, 20:04
In your former life, you were a dog! (http://i.uk.tickle.com/uk/test/animalPast/120x120.jpg)

C'mere boy; in your former life you were a terrier named Tetley who hailed from the Yorkshire Moors. The cutest puppy on the entire farm, you were so adored that the Wetherby Cricket Club chose you to be their mascot. You absolutely loved the attention; your duty of barking while your team clapped in, the new batsmen; the opportunity to find lost cricket balls and most of all the sumptuous teas between innings.
Unfortunately, you fell out of favour when your sister gave birth to Illingworth, a snot-nosed young pup who used to walk on his back legs for attention.
As Illingworth's popularity grew, the team began to neglect you. They also started to tell you to "shut tha' mouth" when you barked at interesting moments in the game. They started to give Illingworth the best scraps from the tea and they banished you to the kitchen when you bit the wicketkeeper's mother.
After much moping and grieving, you decided to be happy for little Illingworth.
So, armed with your new contentment, you found it in yourself to support him and the Wetherby Cricket Club from the sanctuary of the kitchen. You didn't see much cricket but you certainly got your fair share of scraps!

Kyro
13-05-2006, 20:13
As Illingworth's popularity grew, the team began to neglect you. They also started to tell you to "shut tha' mouth" when you barked at interesting moments in the game. They started to give Illingworth the best scraps from the tea and they banished you to the kitchen when you bit the wicketkeeper's mother.

That's so sad! :(

KellyJ
17-05-2006, 06:50
Don't go bananas; in your former life you were a tiny monkey named Oompa. Here's what we know about you: With an adorably sweet demeanour and sharp as a pointy knife, you found success working with a street performer named Juan, who worshipped you and treated you like his own child. He bought you a gold satin jumpsuit with royal blue ruffles, a matching top hat, and a sequined bag for donations. He would play your favourite disco tunes on his accordion, prompting you to dance around and flirt with the crowd while you collected spare change, picked pockets and got up to general monkey business. Everybody loved you. And you loved everybody. You and Juan took your gig around the country and spent the money on tapas and monkey nuts. You were one happy, not to mention cheeky, little monkey.


CHEEKY MONKEY :D

coolasfcuk
17-05-2006, 07:06
:flag: nath, I was the doggie as well...

In your former life, you were a dog!


C'mere boy; in your former life you were a terrier named Tetley who hailed from the Yorkshire Moors. The cutest puppy on the entire farm, you were so adored that the Wetherby Cricket Club chose you to be their mascot. You absolutely loved the attention; your duty of barking while your team clapped in, the new batsmen; the opportunity to find lost cricket balls and most of all the sumptuous teas between innings. Unfortunately, you fell out of favour when your sister gave birth to Illingworth, a snot-nosed young pup who used to walk on his back legs for attention. As Illingworth's popularity grew, the team began to neglect you. They also started to tell you to "shut tha' mouth" when you barked at interesting moments in the game. They started to give Illingworth the best scraps from the tea and they banished you to the kitchen when you bit the wicketkeeper's mother. After much moping and grieving, you decided to be happy for little Illingworth. So, armed with your new contentment, you found it in yourself to support him and the Wetherby Cricket Club from the sanctuary of the kitchen. You didn't see much cricket but you certainly got your fair share of scraps!

midori
17-05-2006, 08:30
I'm a Leopard :dead:

In your former life, you were a leopard!
Leopard

Not much is certain in life; past or present; but we know this much about you: In your last life you were a sultry leopard named Lola. You were a showgirl, with yellow feathers in your hair and a dress cut down to there. You would meringue and do the cha- cha. And one night at the Copacabana (the hottest spot north of Havana), you fell in love with Tony, the handsome bartender. Tony fought Rico (he wore a diamond) for you and won. You proved a lot of people wrong by managing to change your spots and started wearing dresses from Marks and Spencer's that were much more becoming for a married lady. The two of you grew old and happy together, joyfully dancing your lives away at the club to the soulful tunes of Barry Manilow.

marina
17-05-2006, 09:29
You would never guess :laugh:

In your former life, you were a turtle!

Come on out of your shell; in your former life you were a turtle named Spiros. The details are a bit sketchy, but we do have a brief summary based on public records: You were born in a small pond beside a taverna on a small Greek island. Despite having an exceptionally athletic father, you seemed to prefer sunbathing and mud baths to more active pursuits. Contrary to the rumour, your favourite colour was never green, but actually blue. Few people knew that you were a talented poet because most of your work was destroyed during a flash flood that swept not only your library, but your entire community into the Mediterranean Sea. Fortunately, you were sunbathing on a rock at the time so you only suffered the minor indignity of being stranded on your back until a kindly donkey set you right. You showed courage and determination and had the pluck to settle down, make some eggs, and live happily ever after with your wife Aphrodite and your 20 offspring.


p.s. should I be very nice to my turtle now ?;)

nath
17-05-2006, 10:00
Coolie...yep....dogs are kind as us..:wantkiss:

Obie
18-05-2006, 00:18
So, Leopards rock!!!!!!!!!!!!,, even thought the name "Lola" still sounds weird for me....

11Russia
29-05-2006, 02:38
A monkey lol read at the first post

Katoren
05-06-2006, 17:07
Guess...

I was Lola too. Seems we all had pretty similar past lives :coctail: