1. Which Old Testament character am I? King David
People like you and follow your leadership. You love deeply even though relationships can cause you great pain. You’re sensitive and just want to get along with everyone.
I've got no problem with the analysis given above, but going a little deeper into King David shows some major pros and cons.
David V Goliath.
Writer of the Psalms
Bathsheba. One of the questions on there was about relationships. I replied "There's only one woman for me," which really does not fit King David at all.
According to what claims to be a personality test given by HR departments found here: http://www.personalityquiz.net/profiles/hrdepartment.htm
Others see you as fresh, lively, charming, amusing, practical, and always interesting; someone who's constantly in the center of attention, but sufficiently well-balanced not to let it go to their head. They also see you as kind, considerate, and understanding; someone who'll always cheer them up and help them out.
For the Ice Cream flavor quiz here: http://www.personalityquiz.net/foodtests/icecream.htm
I was torn between two, but I like the responses for both:
If you like chocolate, you are lively, creative, dramatic, charming, enthusiastic and the life of the party. Chocolate fans enjoy being at the center of attention and can become bored with the usual routine. Seductive, well-dressed, extroverted, easily influenced, a follower, intuitive, enjoys intimate relationships. Prototype: Feminine woman, macho man.
If you like banana, you are easy going, well adjusted, generous, honest and empathetic. Prototype: The perfect husband, wife, parent or child.
I can live with those!
Facebook's Star Trek quiz tells me I'm Captain Kirk
A similar blog analysis program to the one my brother mentions has given me similar results - completely opposite those I usually associate with myself.
Oh yeah, order and logic, those are my strong points, and Sapphire Sting has no imagination to speak of. Pthththth.
Yes, this blog entry is still under construction