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Apparently...

I am a dolphin according to the test. While I appreciate that in general terms, the analysis is way off.

If anyone wants a quick character analysis, answer these questions:

(1) What is your favourite animal -- can be domestic or wild. Give four reasons why.

(2) What is your second favourite animal (again with four reasons why)

(3) You are on a path through a forest. Describe it. What kind of forest is it and what is your journey like?

(4) You are by the sea. What is it like and how do you feel about it?

Answers, if anyone can be arsed, next time I get to a computer

[this rigorous personality analyzer brought to you by Emmanuelle Deschamps, our sixth form French A-level teaching assistant in 1990]

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(Anonymous)
Sep. 10th, 2001 09:24 am (UTC)
I can't be a wolf, so...
let's see:

(1) What is your favourite animal -- can be domestic or wild. Give four reasons why.

In the spirit of my thirteen-year-old self, I'll say HORSE.

1. They're useful creatures, helpful but not slobbery like dogs.
2. They somehow inhabit that line between domestic *and* wild.
3. They seem full of unreleased strengh. Watching them go from peaceful to a hard run is exhilerating.
4. Love their quiet personality. They're so calm but ...deep.

(2) What is your second favourite animal (again with four reasons why)

Mmm, Panther.

1. The get to skulk about in trees and remain surly yet dignified at all times
2. They're graceful, but not above ripping you to shreds.
3. they're all about attitude.
4. They're classed as big cats purely because they can roar.

(3) You are on a path through a forest. Describe it. What kind of forest is it and what is your journey like?

It's a deep, Appalachian moutain forest, miles from town. I'm walking a dirt path through the woods - a path I know well in a forest I'd know blindfolded. The trees are high and sunlight slants down through them to the overgrown floor. This is a forest full of hiding places and the artifacts of childrens' civilzations. I know most of this place like the back of my hand, but am not allowed to venture off the property line, marked by the creek.

(4) You are by the sea. What is it like and how do you feel about it?

It's a cool day on a northern beach, but the water is warm and inviting. The sun keeps disappearing behind clouds, and the wind blows sand into the food of the folks who are picnicking on the shore. I'm waist deep in the water and getting knocked around by the waves, but it's calmer underneath and I think I should get further out in order to avoid all the shoreline bashing. I feel happy to be here and warm and calm in the water. I float out over the breakers and float for a while.


Revely - curious