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Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by mo, Feb 18, 2012.
i'm just kinda wondering there's definitely some character you were like
Big Bird -- he's easily the most vulnerable, emotional and childlike out of the cast, and that's the closest representation of me I find.
i would say a mixture of Elmo and Ernie
I'd like to say Oscar or Grover.
But then again, I also often feel like Sully, since a lot of people tend to interrupt me. And yet I feel I have the know-it-all aspects of Biff... And I sort of feel like Bruno. At my job I often have to carry fairy heavy things around, and I often don't feel like talking when doing so. And I tend to feel like imaginary-era Snuffy... A lot of times I feel people aren't noticing me when I'm around. I can be behind or near somebody a bit, waiting for them to notice me before talking (I don't want to startle them by talking without them knwoing I'm there... I hate it when people do that to me).
Probably Bert; the things that interest me aren't necessarily the same things everyone else is interested in, and when I was a kid, my younger brother used to want to talk/play with me when I wanted to be left alone.
Grover- Silly, randomly dresses like a super hero, likes trying out different jobs, and I love to moooooove and groooooove! I could always be Elmo too. I like laughing, and Jaz talks in 3rd person all the time!
i'm probably murray monster I'm pretty excitable and are always asking what words mean!
I always felt like I related to Grover somehow...Ernie a little, but mostly Grover.
I always felt a little grover.
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