ellinor (ellinor) wrote,
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Yes, a meme about me. What other kind is there, I ask ya.
I do not want this blog to turn into a meme machine, but sometimes it's easier to do memes than deep analysis. Deep analysis is fun, but time consuming. Memes are less fun, but much less time consuming. Aah, the tough choices in life.

So I wonder what it means when you don't necessarily agree with a personality evaluation but find it mostly complimentary. Perhaps it means that is what you aspire to, or perhaps what you are without even knowing.

Anyway, the test, which I label as automatically suspect on account of its having so few questions, pegs me as follows:

You are an SRDL--Sober Rational Destructive Leader. This makes you a mob boss. You are the ultimate alpha person and even your friends give you your space. You can't stand whiners, weaklings, schlemiels or schlemozzles. You don't make many jokes, but when you do, others laugh out loud. They must.

People often turn to you for advice, and wisely. You are calm in a crisis, cautious in a tempest, and attuned to even the finest details. Yours is the profile of a smart head for business and a dangerous enemy.

You have a natural knack for fashion and occupy a suit like a matinee idol. Your charisma is striking and without artifice. You are generous, thoughtful, and appreciate life's finer things.

Please don't kick my ass.


This after I think I picked "follow" over "lead" as one of the choices. I wonder what the algorithm is.

In any case, I'll take my matinee-idol-suited ass over to lunch now. Note: I am wearing a suit today, in contrast to my usual attire, on account of a rather productive morning meeting - as in, it produced even more work for me to do over the weekend).

Happy Fourth to all, a few days early, in case I don't post until afta'.

:)
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