You like television. At parties, you lounge around on couches and watch other people flirt and act stupid. But at the same time, you're happy enough to go along with the group. You don't like drawing attention to yourself -- red platform shoes or flamboyant, sequined outfits are out of the question. A perfect evening for you means a cozy chat with a good friend and a pint of Haagen-Dazs.

I can along with that. I don't overly like TV though. Usually I only watch DBZ and since the new episodes ended, not even that. Going along with the group? What group? :P What parties for that matter? :P

Like all mellow folks, you're not too into serious soul mining. You'd rather just relax than freak out about yourself. But at the same time, you recognize that understanding your inner nature can help you further develop your sense of intuition, discover parts of yourself that remain below the surface, and learn how to better communicate with others. And that's cool, right?

Define "soul mining". I don't freak out about myself, so that's right. I can go along with the rest.

At work, you're a team player, but chances are you aren't clamoring for that big promotion. Where to go for lunch is enough of a decision for you. You work best under a routine, and you avoid challenges that require too much improvisation.

Bzzzt, wrong. I'm not a team player at all. And currently I can't get promoted since it's a student assistant position. :P I would be the one who wouldn't care about where people go to lunch since I don't eat lunch while at work. The rest is plain false too. I work best under pressure without any set routine, and I like challenges that i can improvise and do my own wway. I just got done complaining in my last post about how my boss wants me to do things his way rather than let me do it the way I found myself. If I'm not allowed to improvise, what's the point? Someone else might as well do it.





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