Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

Quiz time!

At the behest of my pal thaitea, I present the following poll: "WHO'S YOUR FAVORITE FANTANA?"

You want some of what we got

FANTANA YELLOW, a.k.a. "La Piña", proudly reps Fanta Pineapple flavor. Her name is LeeLee, and she's Fantana Island's resident haXXX0r. She describes herself as, ahem, your "digital assistant".

FANTANA PURPLE, a.k.a. "La Uva", is fond of the grape -- no, not cheap wine, but Fanta Grape flavor. Her name is Raquel, and according to her bio, she has over 250 pairs of shoes in her closet on Fantana Island, but curiously, her ultimate dream is to never wear shoes again.

FANTANA ORANGE, a.k.a. "La Naranja", is the unofficial leader of the Fantanas. Her name is Calli. She reps Fantana orange flavor -- by far the most popular kind -- and is known on Fantana Island for wearing an orange jellybean in her navel. No, really.

FANTANA RED, a.k.a. "La Fresa", represents the peeps on Fantana Island who dig on Strawberry Fanta. Her name is Nina, and she describes her ideal man as someone who owns more than one belt. Kinky!

Poll #151923 Don't you wanna, wanna objectify women?

Who's your favorite Fantana?

It's gotta be that blonde cutiepie LeeLee.
0(0.0%)
None other than sexy, sexy Raquel.
2(13.3%)
Orange is the best Fanta, and Calli is the best Fantana.
1(6.7%)
I loves me some dark 'n' lovely Nina.
2(13.3%)
I cannot decide! All the Fantanas are so HOTT!
0(0.0%)
Who the fuck are the Fantanas?
1(6.7%)
This is the stupidest quiz in the history of LiveJournal.
2(13.3%)
I can't decide, but now I really want to drink a Fanta.
4(26.7%)
Fanta is not available in my area.
3(20.0%)
You suck, Leonard.
0(0.0%)
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