… more or less, at least. And to prove it, here’s the results of another internet personality test:
Could be worse, I guess. I didn’t even know there was something like an Avoidant personality disorder…
…. not another one of those silly personality tests. – This one wasn’t as fun to take as the previous one, but at least it doesn’t claim I’m an emo girl.
Your personality type:
Logical, original, creative thinkers. Can become very excited about theories and ideas. Exceptionally capable and driven to turn theories into clear understandings. Highly value knowledge, competence and logic. Quiet and reserved, hard to get to know well. Individualistic, having no interest in leading or following others. Highly analytical, they can discover connections between two seemingly unrelated things and work best when allowed to use their imagination and critical thinking.
Careers that could fit you include:
Physicists, chemists, biologists, photographers, strategic planners, mathematicians, university professors, computer programmers, computer animators, technical writers, engineers, lawyers, forensic researchers, writers, artists, psychologists, social scientists, systems analysts, researchers, surveyors.
Here’s the link to the result – no pretty picture to go with it this time, though, just some boring graph.
Have not done any of those for a while, and this one was fun, though the result is somewhat debatable. And who the hell is Amy Lee?
Your result for The Social Persona Test (What kind of man/woman are you?)…
The Emo Girl (QLBF)
Quirky Liberal Beta Female
You don’t have to dress a certain way to be a emo girl at heart. You likely have more spunk than The Librarian (QTBF), which is good, but that attitude that screams “Rescue me” only attracts guys for so long. You are interesting and fun, but non-conformism does not replace self-confidence, a virtue you are in sore need of.
You are more QUIRKY than NORMAL.
You are more LIBERAL than TRADITIONAL.
You are more PASSIVE than DOMINANT.
When picking a date, consider: The Lord of the Misfits (QLAM), The Snowball’s Chance in Hell (QTBM), The Manga Geek (QLBM), or That Creepy Guy (NLBM).
(Image from Wallpaperbase.com)
Take The Social Persona Test (What kind of man/woman are you?) at HelloQuizzy
No music video this time, but a fun reading by John Scalzi:
So I decided to spread some festive spirit on my land:
Get yours for 0L here.
And here’s the second installment – me wearing the outfit Cajsa Lilliehook suggested two posts ago.
As promised, here is my first post showing me off wearing stuff suggested in the previous post, this time presenting the gown Peter Stindberg wanted to see me in.
I hadn’t planned to take up Achariya’s Dress Me Up challenge, for the simple reason that I was afraid nobody was going to suggest anything to me, which would be kinda sad. On the other hand, it is a lovely idea, and I gives me the chance to take a picture of myself in lingerie (which in this case comes from a truckload of free stuff the Dutch Touch subcribe-o-matic dropped on me – a cheers to Iki Ikarus for her generosity!), so I decided to give it a try. So, without further ado…
Dress me up… pretty please? *bats eyelashes*
1. Post a picture of yourself in your underpants.
2. In this post, invite your readers to suggest a particular outfit (or hair, jewelry, shoes, skin, etc.) from a designer for you to purchase and write about. (Designers, feel free to suggest items from your own line – why not, after all?) People who respond should explain why they like these items.
3. In the next few weeks, look back over the suggestion list and incorporate these ideas into your regular blogging, marking these entries with the tag “dress me up.” Post in as many or few suggestions as you want. It’s up to the blogger’s discretion to pick which items to wear, so no complaining if they don’t pick your idea, K? :D
I haven’t done any of those in like, um, a week, so here is yet another silly internet test:
James Tiptree, Jr. (Alice B. Sheldon)
In the 1970s she was perhaps the most memorable, and one of the most popular, short story writers. Her real life was as fantastic as her fiction.
Which science fiction writer are you?
Reminds me that it’s been a while since I’ve read anything of hers…
Okay, it’s just another silly internet test, but so what?
My pirate name is:
Mad Bess Read
Every pirate is a little bit crazy. You, though, are more than just a little bit. Even through many pirates have a reputation for not being the brightest souls on earth, you defy the sterotypes. You’ve got taste and education. Arr!
Get your own pirate name from piratequiz.com.
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