Friday, June 29, 2007

Irregularly Shaped Dumpling

In an attempt to wrap all of life up into one neat little bundle, something like a wonton, I've done a test to tell me who I am and what I think. Being almost revoltingly left, as you will see, I am completely unable to think for myself and therefore find, when I find anything at all which I can't because thinking, and therefore finding, is rather beyond me, such things a world of most happy convenience. It's called The Everything Test and though I rather thought there was more to everything I am quite willing to quell my doubts and be happy knowing than some little computerised test tells me, and you, everything there is to know about me. Of the things that neither I nor anybody else would ever guess I present a list. I am, apparently, logical, self-concerned, atheist, lazy, cynical, rebellious, more leader than follower, and rather introverted. My more specific traits are adventurous, innovative, and intellectual. It seems a shame that my cynicism and laziness get in the way, doesn't it? I shall skip the rather dull Stereotypes and Life Experiences part [read back and see if you can work out why] and go straight for the unmitigated joys of the political and socioeconomic spheres. Here I shall quote simply because it's too funny not to. In the Politics box we have: Your political views would best be described as Socialist, whom you agree with around 100% of the time. This is a complete lie because it is quite simply against my nature to agree 100% with anything. I prefer to be tepid. For the Socioeconomic box we have: Your attitude toward life best associates you with Working Class. Well, it would wouldn't it, seeing as I am a member of the working classes, grew up surrounded by the working class, and had one parent whose family ticked all the little working-class-poor boxes [and don't you forget it, child]!
I think that's enough for tonight.

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