So um, I got tested. And stuff.

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Or rather, I took a test.  A personality (per·son·al·i·ty:  /ˌpɜr səˈnæl ɪ ti/ ) test.

Erm…  Three personality tests, to be precise.  (One each for Me, Myself, and I.)

And then I compiled the results.  Into concise and readable statements “I” statements.  Not because I’m a narcissistic egomaniac. (Even if I *do* think I’m extraordinary.) But because I’m OCD like that.  And because I’m a sexual intellectual.  And because I’m youneek and speshul.  But mostly because I suffer from House Chore Avoidance Syndrome, and even though I really need to do laundry, this seemed like a much more stimulating (no, not like that) way to spend my afternoon.  😛

So without further, adieu, I hereby present…

35 Fascinating Facets of Feve

NOTE:  Try tacking the words “in bed” to the end of these phrases.  😉

I would describe myself as bookish. I love to read, especially when the material is challenging, and I enjoy discussing books with others.

I often prefer to express myself in writing, and I’m a bit of a grammar nazi.

I am not easily confused. I concentrate easily, and love to learn. I also love to teach.

I am easy to understand. I am willing to explain things twice, and in a variety of ways.

I am never bored.  In bed.  (See?  Gives you a whole new outlook, doesn’t it?)

I’ve always achieved at the top of my class academically.

I thrive on problem solving, and can manage multiple complex problems simultaneously. I attack complicated material by separating it into components and analyzing it systematically. I readily see cause-effect relationships.

I get things done quickly, and I am quick to spot inconsistencies, differences, and anomalies. I love to examine the unusual.

I research things that interest me.

I am practical, organized, and decisive.

I follow my gut and listen to my feelings. I can read people. I am intuitive and perceptive. I am also highly self-aware.

I prefer to formulate my own opinions and theories; of which, I have several.

I am full of ideas. I take existing ideas and link them together in new and interesting ways. I enjoy innovative thinking.

I am reasonably skeptical. I am critical and evaluative. I frequently look at the meanings behind things, and feel an intrinsic need to understand how things work. I question everything, including why I question everything.

I have a mature understanding of life and am defined by my own internal compass. I am calm under pressure. I demonstrate self-control.

I am a practical, capable person. I have talent and feel a responsibility to contribute to the world. I have a firm sense of purpose.

I am altruistic.  In bed.  (Heh.)

I have a strong need for individuality, and I value independence. I function best in autonomous roles.

I follow my own path, which is equal parts ambitious, unconventional, logical, and beneficial to the world. What I do makes me happy.

I remain in touch {ahem} with what I want for myself, what motivates me, and what is good.  In bed.

I am rarely irritated or worried. I am happy and I have a positive outlook on life.

I am self-confident and not easily discouraged. I do not second-guess myself.

I am strong.

I am comfortable with others and rarely feel apprehensive when confronted with new social encounters. I am not afraid of unfamiliar situations.

I am adaptable (read: Switch in bed) but prefer to swim against the tide.

I value trust.

I am assertive.

I am fearless, I am a leader, and I am true to myself in all situations.

I have a high energy level and am motivated to succeed. I am a hard worker.

I respect authority (well, helllooooo, Officer…) and value tradition.

I do not shy away from attention, nor am I embarrassed easily.

I have a vivid imagination, countered by level emotions. I am a realist.

I am a good listener.

I tend to think before I speak or act, but I also tend to be brutally honest. I say what I mean and I mean what I say.

I finish what I start…

…and um, I’m finished now.  😉

Which means, I suppose, that I should start the laundry.


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Any questions?


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  1. wildoats1962

    MMPI, Minnesota Multi-phasic Personality Inventory, it’s one of those tools to indicate what type of personality problems you have {they never define normal, it’s much easier to define everybody as abnormal in some way.} I used to read on my breaks at work before I started doing crosswords. I read a book called “Deviant Sexual Behaviors” that was written in the 30’s or 40’s. The various theories were hilarious if you didn’t think about the powers that be actually using those rules. I cut up a paper bag to make a book jacket, because I didn’t want my coworkers to see me chuckling as I read it. Another time I was reading a collected works of Jules Verne. It got back to me that one coworker commented that I must not have enough to do if I have time to read big thick Jules Verne books. I made it a point to leave the book where he would see it, and I moved my bookmark 150 pages every day. {LOL}

    1. Mrs Fever Post author

      I ran across a blog recently whose author categorized Jules Verne’s works as ‘Steampunk’. Not sure how I feel about that. Also, whenever anyone references Jules Verne, I think of the Back To The Future movies. ‘Doc’ was a fan.


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