Since I have been kinda active in the homosexuality debate thread I might as well start posting around here too.
Hai gaiz! I'm Useless, an avid lover of pokemon and hot dudes, lol.
I'm also probably the oldest person in this thread from what I can tell. xD;;
But try not to be intimidated by my older guy manliness, as I am quite the goofball and have a very young-hearted spirit.
Last edited by Sweet May; 17th December 2012 at 10:07 PM. Reason: no double posting
Thankfully I was just browsing and found it by accident. xD
Thanks for the welcome~
Lil' guy? Haha! I got a good 9 years on you buddy, my manliness far exceeds yours. xD
My manliness is equal of that of a rock.
The wonders about the dufference in ages, is that older generations can share their experiences, and give advice
My friend told me today about how she fantazised about how I would be like if I was straight. lol Because, apparently, I'm so handsome when I act all manly and quiet
Which is why people do not like me very much
I am an emotional wreck pretty much al lthe time. and people assume something bad happened if I stay quiet throughout a schoolday
I'm also a pretty reserved and quiet person myself. I'm constantly scolded for my withdrawn personality. :C
in the zodiac, I am a man of the Wind. quite fitting, actually
In the chinese zodiac Im a water boar...not familiar with to many of those traits, though. Except being self indulgent and reliable ...or something like that. xD;
That is interesting. Even though I do not really believe it, it is quite fun
I think so. We did it in psychology class last week. (Or it as another test, I don't remember)
I have no idea. Something that did not match me very much.
Lol, I just did a google search for the Meyers Briggs and it's fairly accurate, uh, I think. xD;;
Here are my results...
You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (33%)
You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (38%)
You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (25%)
You have marginal or no preference of Judging over Perceiving (1%)