Sunday, June 8, 2008

No Surprises Here

In fact, I was pretty embarrassed when I read the intro to the quiz, complete with nail-biting (yes, even at the age of 35, I'm an inveterate nail-biter), thinking that the "suggestion to 'relax' is as laughable as the command 'sprout wings and fly," and sarcasm as a "conversational tool." So embarrassed at being so known that I had to read it to Absurdist Lover to explain why my blood pressure rises every time he says "relax." I'm neurotic, dude! I can't relax on command!

Seen at Khora's.

Your Score: The True Neurotic

You scored 59 anxiety, 73 awkwardness, and 59 neuroticism!

Congratulations, you are The True Neurotic, you nail-biting, conflict-avoiding worrier, you. You're plagued by self-doubt and anxiety, which makes social activity hard--even though you may be well-liked, you feel under a storm of silent criticism. It doesn't help that people give you funny looks for organizing all your pens by color or sharpening your gnawed pencils to a delicate point.

Your high anxiety score implies that you are unable to relax, worry about the future often, and probably are plagued by irrational fears and self-doubt.

Your high awkwardness score implies that you are socially inept, probably stick out from the crowd, and feel uncomfortable in large groups of people, such as at parties.

Your high neuroticism score implies that you exhibit neurotic behaviors--probably organization, fanatic obsessions (can you recite the entire first LOTR movie?), repetitive mantras, constant checking, or orderly rituals.

See the other results!
The Neat Freak
The Dork
The Geek
The Subtle Neurotic
The True Neurotic

Link: The Neurotic Test written by littlelostsnail on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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