Does this mean I’m “difficult”?
Your result for The Heart Test…
The Pragmatic Heart
Independent, Realistic, Intimate, Explicit
You are the most practical of hearts, the Pragmatic Heart. You very much so value the depth of a relationship, but at the same time you are individualistic, know what you want and don’t settle for anything less, and are practical and reasonable. You like to scrutinize another’s heart for defects and will only settle for what you deem worthy of your love, and you have much love to give. Only those who will respect your analytical nature will you open your heart to, otherwise you are a closed book.
Matches for the Pragmatic Heart:
The Broken Heart
The Broken Heart is more needy than you, but their Explicit nature will put you two on a level playing field. You will appreciate the Broken Heart’s realistic and intimate nature and feel a genuine connection with them. Their need for love may not always be something you can understand, but your intimate nature will help you appreciate this quality.
The Reclusive Heart
Like you, The Reclusive Heart is independent and logical. The Reclusive is also intimate, something you relate to, but is more indulgent. This will be a good quality, as the Reclusive will want to make the relationship work, even when you are too logical for your own good. However, the Reclusive may not be as challenging as other mates, and you certainly like a challenge.
Your exact opposite is The Bleeding Heart.
Avoid Idealists when possible. They may not be able to relate to your practical nature. Dependents may also trouble you, as you value your independence, but such relationships can work if you are willing to roll up your sleeves and try.
Take The Heart Test at HelloQuizzy
I saw this quiz over at Delusions and just had to take it. It’s something mcangeli and I ised to talk about once in a while when at work, b/c his kids have very traditional names, and mine don’t. :]
You Like Names That Are Cutting Edge and Exotic
You love creative names and names from foreign cultures.
You believe names should be expressive and interesting.
You like names that are unusual, striking, and powerful.
You couldn’t imagine naming your child or pet anything “normal.”
Some female names you might like: Amaya, Celestine, Danessa, Fawn, Kenya, Monet, Serenity, and Tia
Some male names you might like: Drake, Flint, Harley, Kendrick, Pascal, Romeo, and Timber
I saw this at Chica’s blog. It seemed fun, so here goes!
Here’s how it works:
1. Go to photobucket.com (don’t sign in)
2. Type in your answer to the question in the “search” box
3. Use only the first page
4. Copy the html and paste
1. What is your name?
2. What is your favorite thing to do?
3.What is your current relationship status?
4.What is your favorite color?
5. Who is your celebrity crush?
6.What are you wearing?
7. What is your favorite movie?
8. What is your favorite beverage?
9.What is your favorite food?
10.What was your favorite vacation?
11.What do you want to be when you grow up?
12. What is your favorite desert?
13.Who is your best friend?
This was a neat little quiz, in-depth, but not too long. The result is interesting because the time of day it returned is very close to the time of day when I was born. Coincidence? Let’s see your results!
I was checking in on MaxieZ and found another political quiz that maps you and also shows the candidates. Here are my results, which are a bit surprising.
Click the graphic to go and take the test to see where it puts you.
It looks like I’m floating out there in space. Apparently when most people take the quiz, the Ring around the peg is kind of elliptical, showing the standard deviation. The ring around where it pegged me is a circle, and it covers a whole lot of ground…
So it still stands that I’m in the non-group, the ones that are the bane of hardcore, party-line-spouting majority. Those of us who live in this grey area are dangerous, because those who walk the party lines will vote with the party no matter which two canididates it comes down to. Those numbers are known way ahead of the game. If enough people are in this grey area, the final results of an election are completely veiled until the last vote is counted. (unless those votes are stored and counted by Diebold, apparently).
Where does it put you on the map?
I was reading about Mrs. Sparrow’s woes in finding out that she’s “only” a B-list blogebrity…. Whatever being a blog-ebrity might be worth. I took the test, and It says that:
I’m a C-lister! Just like in birth order, I’m stuck in the middle. Average. Blah.
Looking at it again, in order to hit the A-list, I’d likely need a steady supply of gadgets to review, write bagloads of articles on “blogging for bloggers” and “how to make money by writing your own blog”, and eventually corporatize the whole blog here.
Doesn’t sound very original or thought-provoking.
Oh the shame! oh, the scandal!
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Like Ray Davies sang, “Paranoia may destroy ya”, right?