Another blog, another personality test

As seen in simonb: From the latest personality quiz:

You are an SEDF–Sober Emotional Destructive Follower. This makes you an evil genius. You are extremely focused and difficult to distract from your tasks. With luck, you have learned to channel your energies into improving your intellect, rather than destroying the weak and unsuspecting.

Your friends may find you remote and a hard nut to crack. Few of your peers know you very well–even those you have known a long time–because you have expert control of the face you put forth to the world. You prefer to observe, calculate, discern and decide. Your decisions are final, and your desire to be right is impenetrable.

You are not to be messed with. You may explode.

Except for the bit about exploding, I don’t see it myself.

4 thoughts on “Another blog, another personality test”

  1. You are an SRDF–Sober Rational Destructive Follower. This makes you a font of knowledge. You are cool, analytical, intelligent and completely unfunny. Sometimes you slice through conversation with a cutting observation that causes silence and sidelong glances. You make a strong and lasting impression on everyone you meet, the quality of which depends more on their personality than yours.

    You may feel persecuted, as you can become a target for fun. Still, you are focused enough on your work and secure enough in your abilities not to worry overly.

    You are productive and invaluable to those you work for. You are loyal, steadfast, and conscientious. Your grooming is impeccable. You are in good shape.

    You are kind of a tool, but you get things done. You are probably a week away from snapping.

  2. I don’t think mine got anything about me right:

    You are an SECF–Sober Emotional Constructive Follower. This makes you a hippie. You are passionate about your causes and steadfast in your commitments. Once you’ve made up your mind, no one can convince you otherwise. Your politics are left-leaning, and your lifestyle choices decidedly temperate and chaste.

    You do tremendous work when focused, but usually you operate somewhat distracted. You blow hot and cold, and while you normally endeavor on the side of goodness and truth, you have a massive mean streak which is not to be taken lightly. You don’t get mad, you get even.

    Please don’t get even with this web site.

  3. Oh, wotthehell:

    You are an SECL–Sober Emotional Constructive Leader. This makes you a politician. You cut deals, you change minds, you make things happen. You would prefer to be liked than respected, but generally people react to you with both. You are very sensitive to criticism, since your entire business is making people happy.

    At times your commitment to the happiness of other people can cut into the happiness of you and your loved ones. This is very demanding on those close to you, who may feel neglected. Slowly, you will learn to set your own agenda–including time to yourself.

    You are gregarious, friendly, charming and charismatic. You like animals, sports, and beautiful cars. You wear understated gold jewelry and have secret bad habits, like chewing your fingers and fidgeting.

    You are very difficult to dislike.

  4. I took the test but didn’t want to be any of the things it offered. Where’s the entry for “Sober, Rational, Hypercritical Loner”?

    On the other hand, this was correct:

    “20 Questions to a Better Apartment: Your apartment’s score is 43.

    Your apartment is the absolute worst it could possibly be. Why did you move here? And could that reason possibly be more important to you than your health and well-being?

    I should hope that this arrangement is only temporary–that you are escaping this situation next semester. Or perhaps you are part of some psychology experiment.

    No, just broke and hopeless. I’m waiting to get caught up on my overdue rent before telling my landlady about the bullet holes in my windows. When you realize that being allowed to remain in a ghetto is the best thing that’s happening to you, you start to think “Maybe two degrees in philosophy wasn’t such a good idea after all.”

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