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_Mauro
Maniac (V) Inmate

From:
Insane since: Jul 2005

IP logged posted posted 09-20-2006 21:52 Edit Quote

Thought I would share.
http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/drama_queen.html

quote:

What does your score mean?
According to your answers on the test, you are given to the occasional dramatic outburst. You seem to have days when you are calm and rational, yet others when you ride a temporary roller coaster of emotion. Yes, sometimes you overreact. Perhaps you are more sensitive in certain areas, like your love life or health. Or maybe you go a tad over-the-top during certain times of high stress (or fluctuating hormones... and this happens to both men and women!). Whatever the case, it would certainly be beneficial to keep the theatrics to a minimum. Going over-the-top can spice up your life but it also can cause unnecessary stress. When you're on the verge of freaking out, take a deep breath and consider how things fit into the big picture. Is it really worth it?



krets
Paranoid (IV) Mad Scientist

From: Right-dead center
Insane since: Nov 2002

IP logged posted posted 09-20-2006 22:08 Edit Quote

I'd say that's pretty accurate.

:::11oh1:::

_Mauro
Maniac (V) Inmate

From:
Insane since: Jul 2005

IP logged posted posted 09-20-2006 22:11 Edit Quote

I'd say there are plenty of nice tests to discover plenty of accurate things on oneself there.

Oh, hell, I should have told you it's not work safe in that you might waste days over there.

CPrompt
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: there...no..there.....
Insane since: May 2001

IP logged posted posted 09-20-2006 22:22 Edit Quote

after seeing the quite accurate response from _Maruo's test...thought I'd give it a shot

quote:



Score: 20

You're as cool as cucumber. Even in touchy situations that could spark a theatrical reaction in most people, you seem to stay calm and composed. This likely stems from a rational, logical approach to life. Either that or you are just able to keep a lid on your emotions, even when you're flipping out on the inside. You are generally able to maintain perspective and see the big picture, even when the worse appears to be true. You know that freaking out before you really know what's going on results in the whole "mountains out of molehills" scenario. This is a healthy approach that allows you to cope well with most of life's trials, big and small. As long as you are not blindly optimistic to the point that you ignore trouble, you're coping very well.





Later,

C:\

poi
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: Norway
Insane since: Jun 2002

IP logged posted posted 09-20-2006 22:25 Edit Quote

Oh! it's been a while since the last random personnality test on the Asylum.

I scored 5

quote:
You're as cool as cucumber. Even in touchy situations that could spark a theatrical reaction in most people, you seem to stay calm and composed. This likely stems from a rational, logical approach to life. Either that or you are just able to keep a lid on your emotions, even when you're flipping out on the inside. You are generally able to maintain perspective and see the big picture, even when the worse appears to be true. You know that freaking out before you really know what's going on results in the whole "mountains out of molehills" scenario. This is a healthy approach that allows you to cope well with most of life's trials, big and small. As long as you are not blindly optimistic to the point that you ignore trouble, you're coping very well.

So true.

_Mauro
Maniac (V) Inmate

From:
Insane since: Jul 2005

IP logged posted posted 09-20-2006 23:03 Edit Quote

(I recommend the reality test in addition, and also the cojones test... well, they all are quite good actually, and funny,
and interesting somehow)

Suho1004
Maniac (V) Mad Librarian

From: Seoul, Korea
Insane since: Apr 2002

IP logged posted posted 09-21-2006 02:13 Edit Quote

Yeah, I got the cool as a cucumber one as well.

And I scored a 15 on the cojones test:

quote:
You tend to play it safe under most circumstances. You're not extremely gutsy, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. Many of the situations on the test were highly risky, and you obviously decided that the possible negative consequences of taking a chance were just not worth it. Overall, you are levelheaded and you carefully consider your actions before you take the plunge. Make sure, however, that fear hasn't gotten such a tight grip on you that you are unable to take some risks. Life, after all, has no guarantees, and getting ahead requires a certain amount of pluck.



Uh, yeah, some of the situations on the test were high risk. I disagree with the association between not taking risk and fear. The first question, for example, had nothing to do with fear and everything to do with what a person feels that he or she is responsible for. Of all the questions that I answered "No" to, only one was because of fear (the last question, about "running with the bulls" in Pamplona--you bet I'm afraid to do that!).


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Maruman
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: under your bed
Insane since: Oct 2000

IP logged posted posted 09-21-2006 03:15 Edit Quote

hah i scored 50 on the drama queen test lol

quote:
According to your answers on the test, you are given to the occasional dramatic outburst. You seem to have days when you are calm and rational, yet others when you ride a temporary roller coaster of emotion. Yes, sometimes you overreact. Perhaps you are more sensitive in certain areas, like your love life or health. Or maybe you go a tad over-the-top during certain times of high stress (or fluctuating hormones... and this happens to both men and women!). Whatever the case, it would certainly be beneficial to keep the theatrics to a minimum. Going over-the-top can spice up your life but it also can cause unnecessary stress. When you're on the verge of freaking out, take a deep breath and consider how things fit into the big picture. Is it really worth it?



I guess i do have the occasional emotional outburst. just occasionally

Blaise
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: London
Insane since: Jun 2003

IP logged posted posted 09-21-2006 11:38 Edit Quote

I'm cool as a cucumber with a fine score of 10!

And quite unsuprisingly I got the following for my cojones test

quote:
Your test score reveals that you've got major cojones when the situation calls for it - but at other times you prefer to play it safe. Perhaps there are certain things you will do, despite the risk involved, because they are important to you or the possible pay off makes them worth it. Or maybe certain consequences of such chancy behavior just don't scare you - we all have different fears. Some people, for example, are terrified of spiders but wouldn't hesitate to fling their bodies out of an air-borne plane. Whatever your case, carefully weigh the possible benefits against the risks before you make any hasty decisions.

I doff my cap to you all. :P

Cheers,

WebShaman
Lunatic (VI) Mad Scientist

From: Happy Hunting Grounds...
Insane since: Mar 2001

IP logged posted posted 09-21-2006 22:33 Edit Quote
quote:
Your score = 5

You're as cool as cucumber. Even in touchy situations that could spark a theatrical reaction in most people, you seem to stay calm and composed. This likely stems from a rational, logical approach to life. Either that or you are just able to keep a lid on your emotions, even when you're flipping out on the inside. You are generally able to maintain perspective and see the big picture, even when the worse appears to be true. You know that freaking out before you really know what's going on results in the whole "mountains out of molehills" scenario. This is a healthy approach that allows you to cope well with most of life's trials, big and small. As long as you are not blindly optimistic to the point that you ignore trouble, you're coping very well.



And I scored a 30 on the Cojones test.

Whatever.

WebShaman | The keenest sorrow (and greatest truth) is to recognize ourselves as the sole cause of all our adversities.
- Sophocles

Yannah
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: In a house built of t-square & triangles
Insane since: Dec 2002

IP logged posted posted 10-16-2006 08:48 Edit Quote

Your score = 0

What does your score mean?
You're as cool as cucumber. Even in touchy situations that could spark a theatrical reaction in most people, you seem to stay calm and composed. This likely stems from a rational, logical approach to life. Either that or you are just able to keep a lid on your emotions, even when you're flipping out on the inside. You are generally able to maintain perspective and see the big picture, even when the worse appears to be true. You know that freaking out before you really know what's going on results in the whole "mountains out of molehills" scenario. This is a healthy approach that allows you to cope well with most of life's trials, big and small. As long as you are not blindly optimistic to the point that you ignore trouble, you're coping very well.

COJONES TEST
Your score = 25

What does your score mean?
You tend to play it safe under most circumstances. You're not extremely gutsy, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. Many of the situations on the test were highly risky, and you obviously decided that the possible negative consequences of taking a chance were just not worth it. Overall, you are levelheaded and you carefully consider your actions before you take the plunge. Make sure, however, that fear hasn't gotten such a tight grip on you that you are unable to take some risks. Life, after all, has no guarantees, and getting ahead requires a certain amount of pluck.



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(Edited by Yannah on 10-16-2006 08:53)



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