Hm....I don't do anything creepy, but I do have a tendency to overact to things. For example when I'm playing a game and I die I'll get angry and cuss at whatever killed me (you should have heard me when I was playing Catherine). When it gets really extreme I might pound my fist on my knee with anger. I used to get weird looks from my mom, but shes used to it now lol.
Hmmm...I'm pretty hungry right now. So I gotta say a doughnut, one with pink frosting and sprinkles. Actually, a never ending supply of them, strap me to a chair and place a conveyor belt in front me so they can fall right into my mouth. Yup, thats what I'd want. *waits to see if anyone gets the reference*
Good question. I like them both, I don't know why everyone always just HAS to choose favorites and pit characters against each other when it comes to these kinds of things. I prefer Ezio over Altair though, only because the series really fleshes his character out more than Altair. Theres more to love lol. In the beginning of the first Assassin's Creed I really hated Altair, he acted frankly, like a douchebag. He threw all the rules out of the window and decided that he was going to listen to no one but himself because he believed he knew better, he killed indiscriminately and constantly put his brethren in danger with his reckless ways, and I guess thats exactly what some people like about him, but I didnt. As the story went on though and he grew I started to like him and sympathize with him. There is one thing I absolutely can't stand about him though, and that is his voice! Geez, that was some bad voice acting on Philip Shahbaz's part, but its not like Altair could help it, so I won't fault him on it lol.