You are 29% Rational, 86% Extroverted, 29% Brutal, and 43% Arrogant.
You are the Hippie! Characterized by a strong sense of extroversion, irrationality, gentleness, humility, and a faint scent of marijuana, you no doubt frolic through fields preaching peace and free love! Immediately following that, you then frolic to the hospital with herpes! You are probably either very spiritual or needlessly paranoid about “the man”, like most hippies, as a result of your focus on intuition and feelings over cold, brutal logic. You probably enjoy poetry, especially beatnik ultra-liberal crap about how horrible fascism is, even though your suburbanized, sheltered idea of “fascism” is having to pay two dollars per gallon at the gas pump. You are also very, very social. And like any hippie who would have no qualms about hitchiking across the country just to meet some interesting people, you also love to interact with others, even complete strangers. Though I highly doubt they love to interact with you! Because we know most any hippie is peace-loving and humble, it stands to reason that you, as well, are terribly gentle and humble, almost to the point of revulsion. Your carefree attitude of peace and harmony is probably very, very sickening to realists or cynics or anyone who isn’t a hippie, to tell the truth. In short, your personality is defective because you are overly emotional, extroverted, gentle, and humble—thus making you an annoying hippie. Now go do your drugs and have sex with filthy bearded men in tye dye shirts.
If you scored near fifty percent for a certain trait (42%-58%), you could very well go either way. For example, someone with 42% Extroversion is slightly leaning towards being an introvert, but is close enough to being an extrovert to be classified that way as well. Below is a list of the other personality types so that you can determine which other possible categories you may fill if you scored near fifty percent for certain traits.
Be sure to take my Sublime Philosophical Crap Test if you are interested in taking a slightly more intellectual test that has just as many insane ramblings as this one does!
I am a self-proclaimed pseudo-intellectual who loves dashes. I enjoy science, philosophy, and fart jokes and water balloons, not necessarily in that order. I spend 95% of my time online, and the other 5% of my time in the bathroom, longing to get back on the computer. If, God forbid, you somehow find me amusing instead of crass and annoying, be sure to check out my blog and my webcomic at SaintGasoline.com.
Your Analysis (Vertical line = Average)
You scored 29% on Rationality, higher than 17% of your peers.
You scored 86% on Extroversion, higher than 85% of your peers.
You scored 29% on Brutality, higher than 29% of your peers.
You scored 43% on Arrogance, higher than 50% of your peers.
I especially love number 5. Happens to me ALL the time. It just fascinates me that there are words common to certain languages that others don’t even have. My Psychology of Language class has given me a whole new perspective on language and how it’s used.
1. Waldeinsamkeit (German): the feeling of being alone in the woods
2. Ilunga (Tshiluba, Congo): a person who is ready to forgive any abuse for the first time, to tolerate it a second time, but never a third time
3. Taarradhin (Arabic): a way of resolving a problem without anyone losing face (not the same as our concept of a compromise – everyone wins)
4. Litost (Czech): a state of torment created by the sudden sight of one’s own misery
5. Esprit de l’escalier (French): a witty remark that occurs to you too late, literally on the way down the stairs…
6. Meraki (Greek): doing something with soul, creativity, or love
7. Yoko meshi (Japanese): literally ‘a meal eaten sideways’, referring to the peculiar stress induced by speaking a foreign language:
8. Duende (Spanish): a climactic show of spirit in a performance or work of art, which might be fulfilled in flamenco dancing, or bull-fighting, etc.
9. Guanxi (Mandarin): in traditional Chinese society, you would build up good guanxi by giving gifts to people, taking them to dinner, or doing them a favour, but you can also use up your gianxi by asking for a favour to be repaid.
10. Pochemuchka (Russian): a person who asks a lot of questions
11. Tingo (Pascuense language of Easter Island): to borrow objects one by one from a neighbour’s house until there is nothing left
12. Radioukacz (Polish): a person who worked as a telegraphist for the resistance movements on the Soviet side of the Iron Curtain
13. Selathirupavar (Tamil): a word used to define a certain type of absence without official leave in face of duty
my letterforms class is turning me into a george costanza when it comes to fonts. i got annoyed with my teacher’s powerpoint presentation tonight because he used arial instead of helvetica and all the capital Rs and Gs looked wrong. i get pissed whenever i see a pre-distressed font, and especially when that font has a drop shadow on it. what is happening to me?
i think the better question is “what is going to happen to your professor?”
i mean, really? teaching letterforms with drop shadows and pre-distressed typefaces? yuck! professionals should never do that unless it’s for a good reason, so why is a professor using them. i’m not super messed up by arial instead of helvetica, but i don’t like it’s cap Rs. it’s virtually the same thing as helvetica. maybe one could call it helvetica lite?
i know it hurts, and i’m not trying to justify anyone’s actions involved because i don’t know the story. but i’m sure people act certain ways for their own reasons. wether you view them as acceptable or not they still need to do these things for themselves sometimes because…
I agree I’m sorry that you have to go through this Jess.
It’s time to talk about them. They’re my senior advisors. I have known and worked with Judy every semester since my Sophomore year. Nick is new to the team. He’s a graduate of Cranbrook and completely brilliant. Judy’s a conservative lady who’s not really up on the modern social concepts so I have had to explain what a weed nugget and a Bro are to her in depth. Nick just freakin’ knows-it-all, man I love both of them so much.
We have meetings every wednesday and this particular wednesday the planets must have aligned. I had the best meetings with them EVER. They are both really excited and even want to buy my stuff! I couldn’t be happier, my work is literally the most important thing to me, not like it’s my child kind of thing, okay maybe it is my art baby. I’m super excited to have the opportunity to show my work this spring
PS you should all come to senior shows. Not for me but for yourself. It’s a crazy, wonderful time here.