lifted from acme54
|mara_sho took the free ColorQuiz.com personality test!|
"Longs for a tender and sympathetic bond and for a ..."
Lifted from mirabehn
Congratulations! You scored 77!
You prefer your own company or that of your partner's. You don't have
many friends, but the ones you do are the kind that are loyal. You're
always misunderstood as being grumpy, but often it's that you simply
don't care to talk. If people constantly question your mood, it can
actually make you grumpy and you wish they'd stop asking if you're
Ideally, you'd prefer to be in a vocation where you can work alone. A
quiet night with a book, movie or computer is preferable to going out
and battling with a crowd of people lined up at the popular nightspot
in town. You're a deep thinker and thrive on analysing life, current
events and your own original views. You're mature for your age.
If financially viable, you'd rather live alone (or with significant
other) and don't like many visitors.
Compared to an extrovert, you're cooler and probably less neurotic. You
can be trusted with a secret.
Change is probably something that you don't embrace a lot, as you
prefer familiar and routine. You won't have nearly as many jobs as an
extrovert. They get bored easily.
I like you.
My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
|Link: The Introvert/Extrovert Test written by MidniteButrfly on Ok Cupid|
(oh, and small note to self, when a girl at work asks if there's a new man in your life she's after something... I'm in the process of being set up with her boyfriend's best friend who's apparently got a lot in common with me - as in, he's into computers and sci fi. I don't quite know how I feel about that.)
ETA What's that crappy 80s pseudo-dance thingy that has some castrated guy screeching out "I feel lo-o-o-ove, I feel lo-o-o-ove..."? 'Cause I'm currently hearing that at loud volume coming through my living room wall. My neighbour is so gay. </sarcasm> *headdesk* second edit - okay, now it's dance crap. Have I mentioned lately that I hate dance crap? So Dale, the higher you turn that volume up, the higher my TV volume will go up. And guess what? I got no problem with listening to DS9 at an insanely high volume... At least now I know what all the drilling and hammering that's been going on has been about - apparently there's a new nightclub through the wall from me... (I'm kidding, it's just my 40-something recently-single male neighbour trying to reclaim his youth by buying a stupid sized sound system for his house...)