My family said that I remind them a bit of Sheldon Cooper. I don't have asperger's by any means but I live in my head more than most, overanalyze, a bit anal retentive and for the most part, not very emotive/affectionate (in IRL).
Nah but I love how nice, polite and decent she can be, then in the next sentence she's quietly but firmly describing why her ex husband had to die. She also shrieks "PLEASE" and breaks a glass when everyone is freaking out to put an end to the drama and chaos. Just takes charge. Then at the end she totally breaks down talking about "flames...flames...on the side of my face..."
I always loved her character, even when I was a kid, and it's a kind of jovial self-mockery to see myself in her histrionics.
I Ms. White.
"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
Anne from Anne of Green Gables reminds me a lot of myself when I was younger. Very bubbly, talkative, and noticing the little things in everything. As for people reminding me of others, I'd say my friend Cheyenne acts a lot like Emma Watson. They both also have this similar feel to them.
Nerd alert: Berwald Oxenstierna from APH also reminds me of myself now...Big change, definitely.
Those who pursue truth must not be arrogant. Just because it can't be proven scientifically, you must not laugh at miracles. You must not deny your eyes the beauty of this world.