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New Contributor Sarah Webb Takes the Petticoat Personality Test


selfieToday we are thrilled to welcome the very talented Sarah Webb to our team! And, as is tradition here at The Silver Petticoat Review, our dear Sarah has agreed to take the Petticoat Personality Test. So please give a warm welcome to Sarah and take a peak below to get to know a little bit about her.

What is your favorite book, movie and/or TV show? 

My favorite TV show is The Office. Favorite book is probably Harry Potter. Favorite movies are hard for me. I don’t think I have just one but probably anything that has to do with X-Men, movies that star Jason Segel because I want to marry him, and anything based on historical events. I also just watched Hook the other day and realized it is a masterpiece!

What movie/TV show or book character turns you on?  

Viktor Krum. Haha just kidding I have no idea.

What character turns you off?  

I could not believe Fredric Henry from A Farewell to Arms and that ending. I was Bradley Cooper from Silver Lining’s Playbook when I read that.

Is there any kind of music or any songs that inspire you?

I’ve just discovered the power of Pandora! Just throw in a favorite song and so many more fantastic songs just like it? This is the best way to build up a playlist to your very own inspirational needs! Otherwise, definitely Disney. I mean, come on “Just Around the Riverbend?” “Part of Your World,” “Love Is An Open Door.” They scream inspiration. 

Is there any movie or TV couple past or present you absolutely love?

I still can’t get over the cuteness revolving around the aura of Audrey Hepburn. Pairing her with George Peppard (swoon) only made one of the best couples in movie history. Their relationship in Breakfast at Tiffany’s has its ups and downs but that ending scene in the rain and she’s holding the cat just made me want to find a guy who would steal silly masks and walk around New York City!

If you could be or live as any character (book/movie/TV show) who would you choose?

I’d probably want to live as Mystique. I’ve always been mesmerized by her and her power and I think Jennifer Lawrence made me want to be her even more!

What are you reading and/or watching right now?

Reading Philip Roth’s Goodbye, Columbus and I must say I am really enjoying it. Watching Orange is the New Black, which I would recommend to anyone.

Any guilty pleasures?

Reality TV. Anything and everything.  I am currently sitting here watching Sister Wives.

If you could be any animal, what would you be and why?

Probably a bird so I could fly.

If you could see one book adapted into a movie or TV show what would it be?

A while ago I saw a fake IMDB page on tumblr. It was a BBC show called The Marauders and was based on the life of James Potter, Sirius Black, Peter Pettigrew, and Remus Lupin during their Hogwarts years. How awesome would this be! When I saw this my heart skipped because I thought it was the most brilliant idea! Come on people get on it!


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By on June 17th, 2014

About Rebecca Lane

Rebecca Lane grew up in the hot desert landscape of Tucson, Arizona where she decided early on she wanted to write, if only to mentally escape her blistering surroundings. She has always been enamored of the arts and literature. As a child she often wrote short stories, and rewrote the endings of novels that she simply could not abide. She received her Undergraduate degree from Sarah Lawrence College in New York, where she was lucky enough to also spend a year studying at Oxford University. While she began her journey dreaming of the day she would sing opera in a large Manhattan theater, she found in the end she could not stand waitressing and simply could not give up books and her hopes of someday writing them. She is currently working as a freelance writer/editor and earning her Masters in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University.

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