Would you rather…?
Before I begin with my post, I would like to share with you a couple of very exciting pictures I promised yesterday.
Do I look more or less like the little girl? Maybe not, but I guarantee I was more excited than her.
Okay, onto the real things I’ve learned today. The day has been full of probing deeper into myself via “Would you rather…?” questions and personality/aptitude tests. Here is what I have learned about thus far (with my comments in parentheses):
1. I should wear red nail polish because I’m classy, beautiful and charming. (I hate red nail polish, but love those descriptions)
2. Out of the Twilight cast, I most relate to Jasper Hale. (Yawn and no thank you)
3. I have a lot in common with prostitutes. (This stemmed from pink being my favorite color)
4. There is absolutely no job that matches up with my talents in the career database. (Great, can I just be a mom?)
5. I have a cold exterior, but am warm on the inside. (Reaaally? Please tell me this isn’t true)
6. My perception of life is related to the quality of plastic. (Cheap? Disposable?)
7. I’m not the best organizer, but I’m a good team leader. (Have you seen my computer? Closet?)
8. I ooze with charm when with my partner. (Finally, I could agree on this one)
9. My prototype is ‘feminine woman’. (As opposed to….??)
10. I want to be in a t.v. show. (Duh)
11. I want a horn in the middle of my forehead. (Hey, you didn’t hear the other options)
Haha, I love this post!
Some of the descriptions you got are weird and made me laugh, but I agree that you are very very charming and I love you!
June 16, 2010 at 9:45 pm
A.) You are making personality tests out to be totally off base when that is not true. Have an open mind and realize you relate to prostitutes better than you realized. As “would you rather” showed us, at heart you are hornier than you might have thought. (get it? you want a horn on your head? wink wink nudge nudge)
B.) You cited no discoveries from the best and most impressive test you took
C.) Having an aptitude for nothing does not qualify you to be a mom, especially since your most dreaded thing is to feel tied down. Spread those wings, break those ties and live that spontaneous life you love so much.
June 16, 2010 at 10:55 pm
Your “C” is all wrong. She doesn’t say not having an aptitude for nothing qualifies her to be a mom, she says,”that’s great, can I just be a mom?” Mille is great with kids and she loves them, that is what qualifies her to be a mom.
June 18, 2010 at 4:51 pm