I need a break from Open Critique Days, though they'll return next week, but in the meantime I thought it would be fun to have another Sharing Day!
Here’s the deal:
You can ask me any question you like about whatever you like, which I will answer either completely truthfully or not at all (in which case you can ask something else). I say that because, come on, there are some things no one should have to know.
But you can only do so if you answer the following question about yourself (note that you don't have to ask me anything, if you'd rather not, but I'd still be interested in your answer):
What's the most emotional you've gotten over a piece of geekery, whether it be an RPG session, computer game, movie, novel, or what have you?
Here's my answer for that one:
Like everyone who's not dead inside, I cried at the end of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan". But the bit of geekery that still gets me all teary even after having read it literally dozens of times is a very simple, unaffected short novel by Anne McCaffery, "Dragonsong". I always lose it at the end when she finally finds acceptance ... What's even weirder is that since I was in a "Fruity Pebbles for breakfast and lunch and dinner" phase when I first read it, I literally can smell that cereal every time I read the book. Bizarre.
Now it’s your turn! Try to keep them relatively clean and of the legal, non-lethal-if-known variety, please.