by Beth Kinderman and Nikki Walker
Taken from http://www.geocities.com/poetess47/100questions.html and posted here for preservation as Geocities contents often disappear without notice.
Quote from original Author(Beth):
In the more recent past, we've also found that answering those annoying online personality quizzes in-character can sometimes lead to interesting revelations. When you find yourself sitting in front of your computer screen wondering, "Hmm, if my character was a pair of shoes, would she be stiletto heels, Nikes, Doc Martens, or Birkenstocks?" you know you're really getting to know her (or that you've become an even bigger geek than you were to begin with). Emode.com(appears defunct) and TheSpark.com are good places to start.
And, because I've gotten
flames about it: No, we do not mean to imply that slavishly following this list
is the only way you will ever truly develop your character. If you think we're boring, obnoxious, or
presumptuous, just think about the questions you like, and you don't even have
to consider the rest (yeah, we know it's kind of a long list). Or better yet, ignore us entirely and find
your own ways to develop characters.
Some of these questions were stolen from the Character Questionnaire at www.roleplayingtips.com. Check it out, it's a really great website.