According to a small flowchart in my brother's "Hobbit Activity Book" which he acquired as a birthday present a few years ago, I am most like Bilbo. I never really appreciated that result.
I wanted to be Thorin or maybe Gandalf. Someone important and serious. But on watching An Unexpected Journey again, I realized how many similarities we share, so here I am to relate those to you. :)
Bilbo Missed Bag End
I love to travel. And when we travel, I don't necessarily suffer from homesicknesses. However, I often prefer staying at home and watching Doctor Who or reading a good Sherlock Holmes mystery to venturing out and about. Of course, there are many activities outside of my neighborhood which I enjoy immensely(visiting the library, shopping at the mall, going to the movies), but hanging out at the house doesn't grow dull quickly. Which leads me to my next point...
Bilbo's Reactions To An Adventure
I'm not sure if I'm technically an introvert, since I do enjoy talking a lot(if you've met me, you know :D), but I do have some introverted tendencies. But at the same time, I totally get Bilbo's "Tookish side". I have a "Tookish side", despite the fact that no one in my distant family is named Took.
Reading adventure stories or watching fantasy movies excites such feelings, but, as with Bilbo, I'd definitely feel out of place if anything like that were to ever happen to me.
I Keep A Journal
Of course, Bilbo's "red book" wasn't exactly a journal, however he felt the desire to chronicle his adventures through pen and ink, just like I constantly jot down my thoughts and reflections on books, movies, and the world in general.
An Unexpected Gathering of Thirteen Dwarves Would Scare Me
This one might seem silly, because who wouldn't be startled if thirteen dwarves spontaneously appeared on the doorstep. But I think Bilbo's reaction paralleled mine in many ways.
I'm sorry, but do I know you?
Which LotR characters do you identify with?