Which Job Would You Have In Tree Hill?
In a perfect world, we would all live in Tree Hill. If you did, what job would you have?
In high school, were you part of the "popular" crowd?
Which of these jobs do you think you'd be best at?
How important is being in a relationship to you?
What is your work ethic like?
What is your favorite snack food?
Which of these would be a dream vacation destination?
Would you quit your job to become a stay-at-home parent?
Who is your celebrity crush?
You're a bit like Peyton Sawyer, you're very in touch with your soul and choose to express that with your art. You might not be a talented painter, but you choose art as a method for your expression. You turn inwards when you are struggling with something and art is how you find your way out.
You're like Nathan Scott. You've had nights where you weren't sure if you'd ever achieve your dream, but you've worked harder than anything to get there. And you know that if your career ever did end due to an injury, you'd love to coach/teach it afterwards.
You're like Haley James Scott, you would make a good musician. Maybe you don't have a voice like Haley's, but you have an ear for music. You have a wide selection in taste when it comes to what types of genres you like. You can lose yourself in a good album.
You're like Brooke Davis, you don't just love fashion, you are inspired by it. You don't think that models need to be a size 0 and you love fashion that promotes healthy body types. You could happily sit on the side of a runway, but you also love to see people's street style as well.
You're like Lucas Scott, you use your words as your voice. You love to write about anything and everything. You look at everything with a writer's eye. You envision everything as one big story, where every person you meet plays a role, big or small.
You're like Julian Baker, movies are your life. You have dreamed about being actor, but you also can see yourself behind the screen, making things happen. To you, life is one long movie, and everything that you do is the next big climatic moment in your movie.