Tuesday, November 09, 2004
You're a mermaid. The stereotypical mermaid had a long, fish-like tail that blended with the human torso at the hips and almost white skin with red hair or some off color like green or blue. They were the most fantastic singers and the siren type of mermaids would lure sailors with their lovely lullaby into dangerous rocks. They were mostly harmless and peacefull (Don't you love how she spells this word?) and they were content to simply sit on the beach combing their hair or in the water playing with friends. They never wore clothes (Just shells on their tits) and were always women.
Actually, from my research, they were not always women. Here's a cool link about them. Some of my favorite stories about the Mermen and Mermaids identified them as the inhabitants of Atlantis, a thriving civilization which by the grace of some God or another did not perish by sinking into the ocean, but thrives on, the people being transformed into sea creatures. There are also stories that Merfolk were the children of Poseidon, half human, half immortal.
They were sweet and a little deciteful at times. (Well, who isn't?)
What Mystical Creature Are You? (Pictures)
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I ave always LOVED Mermaids.
Also, my Village Voice horoscope says I should refer to myself as the "Earth-Shaking, Record-Breaking, Love-Erecting, Truth-Correcting, Mind-Expanding, Justice-Demanding Bolt of Liquid Lightning."