mb Jul 8, 2012 6:33 PM #1
+1 to water
I've also heard that milk is bad for your skin. The androgens present are intended to allow a calf to develop sexually, but in humans those same hormones are a cause of acne.
Even though most of that stuff kind of flew past my attention span, I got much of what he was saying, and it is interesting. :D
Um, if milk is bad for my skin, I'm not sure if that includes, heh. << that, well I got to do it man, bad for my skin or not
I drank a big, tall cup of water today on the way back from the public hospital where I ate a freshly cooked double hamburger, no cheese (because of some dietary rules of some practice I was raised to), lettuce, onions and pickles. I was just lucky that time XD cause most times I go out for ice cream.
Actually I also remember buying a small blueberry-pineapple fruit slushie, so I don't think it had any milk in it? Idk, I was just lucky today XD then I read all this.
mb I don't recall if I've mentioned this to you earlier, about personality intelligence tests?
It's the Myers-Briggs method. It gives you a 4-letter code identifying your personality type based on what you submit.
mb Jul 10, 2012 5:38 AM #5
I've done one of these before; I find it only partially accurate because I find the questions themselves only partially precise.
like question 4. as if imaginative and realistic are mutually exclusive!? Plus, the types of people one "gets along with" don't necessarily reflect the type of person one is. In fact, possibly the reverse; often "opposites attract", after all.
6. is ridiculous. nobody is ever faced with "constant change", and routine adapts to itself eventually (habits reinforce themselves).
7. is again a false dilemma; conscientiousness implies both feeling and reason. also, men tend to be properly more reasonable, and females more feeling oriented. therefore it is imprecise and confusing to ask both he and she at once.
8. enthusiastic and excitable are two different things. excitable implies susceptibility to influence; ie. being reactionary; whereas enthusiasm is more of an intrinsic, self-directed thing
9. it depends; if there is an obvious solution it makes no sense to reinvent the wheel. however, if the answer is not obvious, then trial and error, creativity, inventiveness, etc. are necessary
10. plan for the unexpected; that's what contingency considerations are for; ie. adaptability is also the result of prior consideration/planning
11. A good theory isn't fancy; elegant maybe, not fancy. Theories aren't decorations for your house. jesus h. christ who fucking wrote this?
12. common sense and vision are not mutually exclusive. being able to see clearly is being able to sense commonly. vision is a sense after all.
13. your heart provides the blood to your brain. the brainstem regulates heartbeat.
16. the second "to" should be "too". so i only get two bowls of porridge? What about just right? fucking tards. these psychonauts need to read goldilocks and the 3 bears
20. who the fuck enjoys an emergency? who enjoys working against time. That's like working against God.
and some of these same questions I answered differently on depending on the spirit of the wording.
that said: http://i.imgur.com/DlBgQ.jpg
"jesus h. christ who fucking wrote this?"
HAHAHAHA idk man, I remembered taking this test in my psych class from High School off a paper packet. I tried to find the test online, but the questions were worded differently online.
I found out later that the Myers-Briggs specifications of this type of "personality intelligence" test was not exact on what questions to ask. The questions you see on sites like that were based on their research, but the wording is entirely up to the quizzer it seems. I fucking hate some of these tests, though; when I was taking this quiz in High School I took way longer than anyone else trying to answer all those questions.
This was the only online copy of the quiz I could find that asked the questions mostly as I'd exactly remembered them from my school packet, and I must say they're as confusing to me as ever. Questions 2 (uh...it takes *effort* to meet strangers?, do a body slam!! problem solved),
5 (what the hell is a mixer...just say the opposite of a. and be done with it),
6 (how is someone supposed to have problems adapting to routine? being bored v. adapting to something = diff.),
7 (wtf!! "real" feeling? what the hell is that, oh, and it's either that, or a reasonable person eh?),
8 (?? inverse negative?),
10 (who the fuck would say b. to that, besides some homeless dude?),
11 (gee, I didn't know people who don't like theories exist, unless you mean "fancy" ones?),
12 (idk man fuck off and figure it out yourself),
19 (only after they get to suck my dick, other than that why would anyone answer b?),
all make me wanna punch someone IMHO xD.
Man, this shit reminds me, I should start a thread here about various quizzes with fucking retarded questions.
In my opinion question number 12 probably gave me the most lulz XD
Is it higher praise to call someone:
a) a dumbass/bitch of vision
b) a dumbass/bitch of common sense
vision, common sense...
saying someone has either is equally insulting if you ask me XD that question was just so dumb
Fact of the day!
The average person considers it higher praise to call someone a person of common sense than vision. :S
Anyway, if this wasn't bullshit, your result there of ESTJ would mean this:
mb Jul 10, 2012 8:13 AM #9
I think ESTJ is more or less accurate (I was split on J vs P).
Tho I prefer the examples on the wiki pages than the ones on that mypersonality site (james buchanan, cybil shepherd, jimmy conners, ann jillian, mae west, roy rogers, bette davis, carrie nation, grover cleveland, pat summit, robert taft, william henry harrison - who the fuck are these people?); whereas the only one i didn't recognise on the wiki pages was Grace Slick (time to look her up)
Winston Churchill and Judge Judy? fuck yah
Actually one of the tiebreakers for that test, if you get the same number of points for J versus P, is if you're a male or female. That was the way we were told to break the tie in Psych class anyway.
LMAO! Those names you got dude?
James Buchanan, Grover Cleveland, William Henry Harrison, and a Mr. Taft
Those were four of the past presidents of the United States dude XD I remember from a Fourth Grade song we practiced XD, how in the fuck did you get compared to a bunch of dead people.
I'm lucky to even know who those two (Winston Churchill and Judge Judy) are, then again.
My result I think has always been INFJ. I think that's supposed to be like the least frequent (1-3% of survey population) result or something.
Read from my school packet that INFJs are the rarest XD