Visual Aesthetics Personality Test : LUSENET : Unk's Troll-free Private Saloon : One Thread

Visual aesthetics personality test

-- (cin@cin.cin), December 22, 2001


I'm down to earth, well-balanced, and harmonious. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, CPR.

-- Peter Errington (, December 22, 2001.

Introsective, sensitive and reflective. Go figure.

-- Jack Booted Thug (, December 22, 2001.

Peaceful, discreet, non-agressive hmmm

-- (cin@cin.cin), December 22, 2001.

Sames as JBT. Humph!

-- Carlos (, December 22, 2001.

We're soulmates Carlos.

-- Jack Booted Thug (, December 22, 2001.

Here's another test that is more detailed and eerily accurate

-- (cin@cin.cin), December 22, 2001.

colorquiz results seemed silly till the last two parts. ouch.

-- Carlos (, December 22, 2001.

Carefree, Playful, Cheerful : )

-- Pammy (, December 22, 2001.

Plotting world domination, desires to enslave others, fears goats.

-- helen (this@the.right.test?), December 22, 2001.

Cin, we have got to talk about the scientific method, and reliability/replicability here.

The first test resulted in an extremely favorable personality verdict. The second test resulted in the opposite, to say the least. Why the damn difference? Inquiring minds DEMAND to know.

-- Peter Errington (, December 23, 2001.

Carefree playful cheerful.

The second test was quite accurate, lol.

Resists any form of pressure from others and insists on his independence as an individual. Wants to make up his own mind without interference, to draw his own conclusions and arrive at his own decisions. Detests uniformity and mediocrity. As he wants to be regarded as one who gives authoritative opinions, he find it difficult to admit to being wrong, while at times he is reluctant to accept or understand another's point of view. Seeks to avoid criticism and to prevent restriction of his freedom to act, and to decide for himself by the exercise of great personal charm in his dealings with others.

-- Uncle Deedah (, December 23, 2001.

Dang unk, didn't I say eerily accurate?

Worry not Peter, my second test was just as insightful as yours LOL. I did not make the tests, I just happen to find these things interesting and amusing.

-- (cin@cin.cin), December 23, 2001.


Plotting world domination, desires to enslave others, fears goats.

doesn't sound like you, but may fit Mike Mule.

-- SteveOH (Narf@Poit.Zort), December 23, 2001.

Unk, we have a lot in common. ; )

-- Pammy (, December 23, 2001.


The only thing holding me back from Empress of the Known Lands is those damn goats. Always wanting something, no time for good plotting...

-- helen (plots@constantly.foiled), December 23, 2001.

Same as Carlos and JBT

Anyone surprised?

-- FutureShock (gray@matter.think), December 24, 2001.

Well, a little FS. I got the same results as JBT and Carlos, and now you. And I never thought of Carlos and JBT in the same vein as I. Now about the OTHER test, the results were perfectly scarey (kinda reminded me of something you told in the summer of 2000!). Glad to see you around FS, and a Merry Christmas to you and yours! You have been missed my friend! And don't be gone so long!

-- Aunt Bee (, December 24, 2001.

I am surprised. Birds of a feather I guess. Thought you were better than me did you Bee? How cruel.

I am more concerned about the results of the second quiz. In fact I'm depressed. Do you suppose that site is powered by Voodoo? I've got to think about this one.

-- Jack Booted Thug (, December 24, 2001.

No JBT, didn't think I was better than you- not my mindset. Just surprised because of your gruff (IMHO) demeanor in chat. I never woulda guessed that one for you! No harm intended, I assure you!

-- Aunt Bee (, December 24, 2001.

Just kidding Bee. Gruff! Why I was trying for Smart Ass. I have to work on my technique.

At last I have found my ilk, though I don't think Carlos is too thrilled about it.

-- Jack Booted Thug (, December 24, 2001.

Independent Unconventional Unfettered

But, that second test...well, it's just plain ugly!

-- (just, December 24, 2001.

Maybe scarier than being the same as Carlos, JBT, is learning that *I* was also "dubbed" Introspective, Sensitive, Reflective. [I can hear the Blue Hairs moaning now.]

"You come to grips more frequently and thoroughly with yourself and your environment than do most people. You detest superficiality; you'd rather be alone than have to suffer through small talk. But your relationships with your friends are very strong, which gives you the inner tranquility and harmony that you require. You do not mind being alone for extended periods of time; you rarely become bored."

Well, the description seems correct. Moving along to the next test now. Will it say I'm really a man?

-- Anita (, December 24, 2001.

JBT was in the chatroom and I missed it? Darn! : )

-- Pammy (, December 24, 2001.

I did the second test, but I signed in as a male first. It wasn't so far off, but 40 pages of what's wrong with me in little one-liners isn't something I can remember.

What's with all the tests, Cin? Tests and breasts from your last threads. Is this a rhyming thing? Is this a lead-in to the "bean bake"? I REFUSE to take the insanity test. I much prefer to believe that Cornboy is Kevin Costner in Field of Dreams and that poltergeists keep tripping me.

-- Anita (, December 24, 2001.

I'm writing a book, Anita, and you're chapter 9.

Merry Christmas everyone.

-- (cin@cin.cin), December 24, 2001.

Moderation questions? read the FAQ