(And, synergy, you'll be proud of me to hear that I DID get off my backside yesterday long enough to box and address almost all of the things that need to be taken to the post office. There's just one box I haven't done yet . . . and of course, it's the one for YOU. :D I was going to register "Affluenza," and realized that I hadn't actually finished reading it! I have about an eighth of the book left to read, so I'm going to finish it up this weekend, and send it out on Monday. But I'm moving in the right direction, anyhow). :D
Anyhow . . . the most interesting one (to me, anyway) first. I took a Meyers-Briggs type selector, and came out DIFFERENT from the way I've been scoring the past several years. Okay . . . let's back up, here. First of all, it is said that your MB type will never change, throughout your lifetime, but I don't believe that. My type changed after C was born - I went from ENTJ to ENFJ. Basically, my tendency to be more "thinking" changed to more "feeling." Okay. Fair enough - I do believe that motherhood wrought some very deep changes.
Now, I've scored as an ENFP - which means my tendency to be "judging" has changed to one of "perceiving." Hmnh. Very interesting. Anyhow, I don't feel like going into a huge dissection of this right now (might do that later), but I think it's interesting. I do think the test is reasonably "reliable" - I think the guy just took the real MB and put it online. Maybe I'll try it again a bit later today, and see if I come out any different. Oh, and I took another quiz which told me that I should look for a partner who's an INFJ. So, I guess that's my new pickup line. "So, big fella, what's your Meyers-Briggs, type, huh? *winkwinknudgenudge*"
Anyhow, plenty more quizzes ( Collapse )
Oh - and remember that if you go to OKCupid to take any of these tests, I recommend signing up for a (free!) account, so they'll save your results.