Because Sometimes It’s Important To Look Within Yourself & See Who You Really Are

I am an Otter.

  • I mix easily with a wide range of animal personalities.
  • Lazy? Let’s just say I get easily distracted.
  • A lover who wants to impress me should know that I love to eat out and have a predictable penchant for sushi.
  • Although intelligent and witty, I have a tendency to suffer from self-doubt and fear of failure can prevent me from living up to my true potential.
  • As a worker, I am dedicated and capable and always eager for a chance to prove myself.
  • My dexterous hands are useful in a wide range of careers, and I’m ideally suited for work in engineering, advertising, and design.

What kind of animal are you?

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Ally Bean

Quirky. Funny. Curious. With a twist of attitude. And the ability to write about it.

20 thoughts on “Because Sometimes It’s Important To Look Within Yourself & See Who You Really Are”

    1. Did you actually take the test? Or are you making that up?! ‘Cuz you being a hippo is kinda funny, don’t ‘ya know? In a good way, of course. ;-)

    1. zazzy, how wonderful that there are two of you in my life. It’s a fun little test, isn’t it? I hope some other readers take it & then share who they are. I’m curious to see how accurate the test really is.

  1. Hmm, I’m apparently a bison, and whilst most of it seems reasonable, it says I will always be found around the tourist trap (no!) and am plain (no!, not beautiful maybe, but not plain). Also, golf, chess and accountancy came into it (no, no, no again!). I went back and changed one thing that I was kind of on the cusp of, and that made be come out as a beaver, which is definitely wrong. Maybe I don’t know myself as well as I thought. Maybe I should get a friend to do this test for me. Polly

    1. Polly, it is possible that this test means nothing! I know that’s an extreme thing to say, but ’tis possible that you know yourself very well– and the test is goofy! ;-)

    2. The problem I have with all of these tests is the forced choice of answers when none of which are really “me.” For example, I’m not all that assertive but I’m extremely competitive.

      1. Zazzy, yes! I was on the cusp of more than one but changing that one feature turned me into someone I wouldn’t recognise! Similarly to you, I am not really competitive but I can be very assertive when the need arises.

        1. I agree with Zazzy, too. The choices are strange sometimes– rather like being asked to compare apples to oranges. Or apples to rutabagas, even.

            1. Polly, I’d forgotten all about that color quiz. It was very accurate, wasn’t it? Every once in a while a good one comes along.

  2. Apparently, I’m a mouse. I do agree with most of what it says about a mouse–organized, but liking to go to flea markets to add to my already growing pile of stuff, not being a stand-out, but joining small groups, and letting someone else lead the way. Fun!

    1. Margaret, okay then– an otter you are. Although I suspect that if you were really an otter that didn’t eat sushi, you’d be one very hungry animal. Or a vegan otter, I guess.

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