Guy: Hi, this is Scott.
Me: Hi, my name is Una. I'm calling from BlackBook and we have an invoice --
Scott: Great name.
Scott: Did you ever -- I bet you get this all the time --
My brain: Please don't say Uma Thurman.
Scott: There's this movie called Legend, with Tom Cruise, from the 80s. It wasn't out on DVD until recently, but Tom Cruise was like a magical wood nymph --
Me: Tom Cruise was a wood nymph?
Scott: Yeah, it's a great movie, and there's this character named Oona in it. She's like a Tinkerbell-type fairy.
Me: Wow. Well, I'm calling to see if we can pay this invoice by credit card.
Scott: We don't actually have a credit card system here.
Me: Oh, OK. Thanks.
Scott: Watch Legend!
So I Google "Una Legend" and of course nothing comes up because every character named Una is spelled with the double-O (perhaps they foresaw the tendency of people to pronounce the U version 'You-na').
So I google "Oona Legend", and behold, a site devoted to her:
There are no words for this promotional photo -- if you have a caption email me.
Not much is known about Oona, except that she is a cheeky willful little forest fairy and lives in a magical forest together with other mythological creatures like elves and goblins. None of her friends have seen her true self before because she kept it a secret since she was born. Oona has wild unbrushed golden hair, unusual lightblue eyes and wears a very revealing dress probably made of leaves and others natural materials. She acts bitchy and stubborn sometimes, but she has a heart of gold and a very carefree spirit.
They only got a few things wrong:
Not much is known about
Anyone out there seen Legend? I want to know if this Oona person really is my fairy doppelganger.