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  • n. Plural form of personalty.


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  • Smart People is about a family member that had died and the ramifications that had on the personalties of the rest of the family.

    Ken's Review: Smart People - One of the Best Films of the Year «

  • Does this mean there are actually three personalties?

    Being Yog-Sothoth

  • They have slightly different attributes, but attributes are not personalties.

    Monday, Nov. 23 – The Bleat.

  • Just like we have different temperamental traits, genetic endowment with body type, different hair and eye color, we can have different 'food personalties'.

    Donna Fish: What is Your Food Personality and How Does it Differ from that of Your Kids?

  • Male avatars, I'll alternate between "I" and "he" depending on the type of characters... if their personalties are molded closer to my own, it's "I".

    Is it I?

  • I have discovered that my characters come to life a lot easier if I just let them enter my pages unformed, they soon develop their own personalties and traits as they interact with my other characters.

    :Acquired Taste

  • A lot of my characters are based on combinations of different personalties, either people I know personally, people I don't know but have read or heard about, historical figures, etc.

    November 29th, 2006

  • And of course it's easy to play devil's advocate, because gossip about certain types of TV personalties -- certainly the local news anchors in a market like mine, Philadelphia -- is standard newspaper fare, especially when the personalities are good-looking, as Logan surely is.


  • Oddly enough my wife and my personalties are not at all suited for eachother.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • I've always pictured Wayne and my personalties to be similar.

    Wet Socks


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