I can't imagine you fading into the background! You seem to be a bright, vibrant, interesting, and talented person. I think you're just right.I'll have to try that test and see what I get!
Thanks Janet. It's weird how these things turn out. I think we have many sides both interior and exterior that we show or hide. This silly little test was disappointing because I actually thought I would test nerdier. Then the silly things says I'm not nerdy and not hip and I am sure I'm more interesting than THAT. That translated into background image of myself which is true when I'm in unfamiliar settings. In truth, I think I'm a vibrant tropical flower. I bet I would test as a blackeyed susan if there were a test for flower I.D. LOL AnnieELF - dancing at the end of the rainbow - so THERE you old test!!!
I like your spunky comment better than the nerdy score. I see you as a tropical flower also.
What the heck is this, Annie? Why did you take this test? What was the motivating idea? Was there a hook in the title? I cannot believe this!!! I just had lunch with a good friend, and as she sat across the table from me, she sounded just like you, and she is smarter than God, Sorry! but she is. You are helping someone you don't even know beat you up? I think there are too many of us willing to give over our personhood to unseen, uncaring, nosy, supercilious, judgemental characters, who do not give one hoot about the persons taking these surveys. Please, Annie, do not do this again. You have better things to do with your time. Write, knit, take photos, meet fun bloggers, but don't take these things that are meant to make you self-destruct. End of lecture. I'm coming Thursday. Coffee? Lunch? Huge hug! Biene
You are damn right Biene. I'm seriously thinking of taking this post down but not until I print the comments since they are all so sweet. Sometimes these tests are fun but this one was just idiotic. See you Thursday. OH, AND, AND, AND - Toni is coming up from Long Beach. At last, you are going to meet. We will talk details at lunch. Saturday in Sacramento won't be happening but I have a plan B.
Look on the bright side... no one will ever ask to borrow your slide rule, and you will never have to spend a Saturday calibrating and dusting (with canned air!) all the technical instruments you have at home! Being a low level Nerd means that you can live without the latest (MUST HAVE!) computer software. You also know how to socialize with people without resorting to topics such as Star Trek, AD&D, and Dr. Who. Comets are just pretty objects, rocks are things that you remove from your shoe after a hike, and your life doesn't hinge on getting scientific journals in the mail. For that matter, you never launch into conversations that begin with "An atomic weight (relative atomic mass) of an element from a specified source is the ratio of the average mass per atom of the element to 1/12 of the mass of 12C in its nuclear and electronic ground state," which probably means that you, as a very low level Nerd, have actually had a date with someone. You can probably chase butterflies and have no urges to stick pins through them.LOL
:-X I should add that it's a spoof test, not meant to bring harm. The lower the score, the better, from a "being a real person with a real life, and therefore cool" point of view. Annie is part of the "cool" group. Alas, my own score proves me to be... hopeless! Haha.
Annie, I think you should leave it in. b.
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