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A robot in doll's clothing

I was tagged by Genebei to do this Personality test. I fancied talking back. This is the result:

Your view on yourself:
You are down-to-earth and people like you because you are so straightforward. You are an efficient problem solver because you will listen to both sides of an argument before making a decision that usually appeals to both parties.
~ Nice words. I just hope I live up to it, duh.

The type of girlfriend/boyfriend you are looking for:
You are a true romantic. When you are in love, you will do anything and everything to keep your love true.
~ Truth be told, I did not do everything to save that relatonship the first time I fell in love. Wrong guess :-), but ok, in fairness that was 16 years ago.

Your readiness to commit to a relationship:
You are ready to commit as soon as you meet the right person. And you believe you will pretty much know as soon as you might that person.
~ Who wouldn't be ready to commit if it's the right person? Someone really clueless?

The seriousness of your love:
You are very serious about relationships and aren't interested in wasting time with people you don't really like. If you meet the right person, you will fall deeply and beautifully in love.
~ True

Your views on education:
Education is very important in life. You want to study hard and learn as much as you can.

~ Right, and I also party while studying hard

The right job for you:
You have plenty of dream jobs but have little chance of doing any of them if you don't focus on something in particular. You need to choose something and go for it to be happy and achieve success.
~ Not plenty. Just one - and that's to profile an intelligent criminal and influence the verdict

How do you view success:
You are confident that you will be successful in your chosen career and nothing will stop you from trying.
~ The one who wrote this must be sleepy

What are you most afraid of:
You are afraid of things that you cannot control. Sometimes you show your anger to cover up how you feel.
~ Being afraid is not how I feel towards things I cannot control, but nice try

Who is your true self:
You are mature, reasonable, honest and give good advice. People ask for your comments on all sorts of different issues. Sometimes you might find yourself in a dilemma when trapped with a problem, which your heart rather than your head needs to solve.
~ Tough, isn't it? Hey, next time I want a less pampering analysis, like that result which labeled me A ROBOT - no feeling, brutal and yak yak yak...... I can take that too (lol). Anyway, this was fun, but the size of my head is the same.

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Anya said…
It was nice to read you're answers :-)

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