You want your girlfriend or boyfriend to be more relaxed, calm, and composed.
With respect to money, you save for a rainy day.
You think good luck is something you won’t attain – you expect bad luck.
The hidden side of your personality tends to be easily attracted to fads and fashions. You are showy and want to be noticed.
You are not able to relate clearly to others. You tend to become lost in clouds of confusion when attempting a task.
When it comes to finding a romantic partner, you base your search on information from your friends.
It’s funny. You take a test that says it can tell you who the real you is and you never once agree with the results. For example, I don’t think this result sounds anything like me. Sure, it’s only a cheap little web test, but just suppose for a moment that I’d taken a highly detailed personality profile and been given the same results. I’d still disagree with it, and think the author of the test was dealing in too many generalities to be specific to a unique individual, rendering the test inaccurate. The annoying thing is that by taking a test asking someone else to tell me who the real me is I’ve effectively given up all opportunity to tell them that they got it wrong. If I took the test looking to find out who I am then obviously I don’t know and have no right to disagree. On the other hand, if I took the test knowing who I am then I’d only be taking it to test how accurate it was, and obviously the author must have gotten a little too close for comfort for me to be disagreeing so vehemently. Right?
Wrong. I took the test out of boredom. It’s highly inaccurate to the point that I disagree with both the conclusions drawn about me and the way those conclusions were drawn. It seems like any child can put these things together these days and yet an increasing number of people are taking them seriously, blatantly taking the tests over and over until they get the results they want rather than the ones their answers originally gave them. If you’re wondering how I can tell, lets just say that you can only be told you’re perfect at everything two days after everyone else took a test so often before alarm bells start ringing. Why do people take these things so seriously when they’re being judged by someone else’s standards? Some militant bigot put up a test that penalizes your purity for having gay friends and if even one percent of the population takes these tests to heart so much then that’s already sixty million people who hate gay people because they’re “corrupting”.
Now I know I may come across as a hypocrite by posting this next to a test (nevermind setting up a group for tests) but all I’m saying is stop taking these things to heart and just have fun with them. If you’re going to go around trying to make out that you’re perfect in everyone’s eyes then you’re going to come across to people as very emotionally insecure and generally a quite sad individual, and we all know you’d hate that.