Thanks to a tip on Ars Lounge (thanks DrFaulken) I sauntered by the BBC What am I like? test. It's a sort of Myers-Briggs Light if you will. Apparently it's part of some new TV show they're running: answer twenty questions and you get some insight into your own psyche.
Well, my outcome had no surprises as you can see in the image above and the verdict was: realistic. Although there is the excellent remark made by DrFaulken:
A shortcoming with any of these tests is that people sub/consciously select answers that matches to their perceived lifestyle, and not always their actual self.
So, maybe I've just been answering the questions in such a way to reaffirm my own mental image of myself. Not entirely unlikely and there's also the fact that I really do have a horrible brain when it comes to remembering things! One day I think I hate X but two months later all of a sudden I love X, for example. My brain often does weird things and doesn't remember interesting/important stuff. Sort of like an inverse colander, where the big, important things fall through and the grit is caught.
Also, I just love saying colander ^_^
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