|Oscar de la Renta and model. He doesn’t look like Oscar de la Renta anymore. (I probably don’t look much like Tish Jett anymore either. . .)|
If you’re looking for a good time but don’t want to go public — perfectly understandable — may I suggest you go here. When you click you will be taken to Vanity Fair magazine’s modern version of the Proust Questionnaire.
Once there you will find an interactive version of the nineteenth century parlor game. You answer the twenty questions, send your responses and in seconds something/someone (doubtful it’s someone) sends back the analysis of your answers. The result tells you which celebrities you most resemble.
I thought you were getting bored with the whole Proust thing, but thought you might be entertained by this little detour. I throughly enjoyed it, but found the people I resemble rather astounding and seemingly contradictory. But, then again, maybe we’re all a collection of contradictions.
According to the brief, these are my Doppelgängers:
Oscar de la Renta — Must be my connection to the fun-filled world of fashion. . .
Nora Ephron — I’m thrilled of course.
Johnny Cash — Go figure.
Yoko Ono — Bizarre.
Walter Cronkite — Very nice.
John Waters — I had to Google him and came away impressed (I think).
Barbara Walters — Lovely.
If you decide to play the game, please do come back and tell me with whom you share similar preferences and personalities.