I just read the publisher's description of Timothy Findley's "Pilgrim" on the book's dust jacket. "Fiercely original" they wrote.
I'd like to be called that.
Perhaps I'll use it during my next job interview when asked how others would describe me. "Oh, my colleagues would say that I'm fiercely original, that I have a unique and creative approach to my work as the assembly line guy responsible for hand inspecting twinkies for flaws."
Alas, I'll settle for dull. And when asked where I see myself in five years, I'll say "in the lunch room on my 15-minute break, drinking the free coffee".