For better or worse I’ve taken some online quizzes…
• THE FIRST QUIZ I took was Gretchen Rubin’s Four Tendencies Quiz. It is HERE.
My results tell me I’m a QUESTIONER, meaning I “Resist outer expectations, Meet inner expectations.” While it might be heavy-handed to say that I questioned my results, I [of course] did.
Or at least I did initially.
However upon reflection, I’ve decided to embrace my natural tendency to question. Hence I give you my results from two other online quizzes I took, in which I found myself questioning my results.
Like the questioner I am.
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• THE SECOND QUIZ that I’d like to talk about is Test Your Emoji Exceptionalism. It is HERE.
My results tell me that I barely know squat about emojis.
I’ve no difficulty owning up to this assessment of my emoji knowledge. What I find myself questioning is why I should know more about emojis– and how many gazillion of them are there now?
I don’t hate on the things, silly as they are; I use about 10 of them and that seems plenty to me. But what I’m unclear about is why I need to educate myself about emojis when I can still use my words effectively to convey my message.
Just saying, no disrespect intended.
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• THE THIRD QUIZ that I took was Which Era Is Your Soul From? It is HERE.
According to my results I belong in the Victorian Era. This is because I “believe in remaining optimistic in a world that is sometimes against you.”
I’m reluctant to accept this result, feeling that if there’s one era I most definitely do not belong in, it’s the Victorian Era.
If my results had said I belonged in the Flapper Age I’d be all *woot, woot* count me in, where’s the gin? Or if my results had suggested that I belonged in the 1940s when women kept this country going while the men went to war, I’d be all move over Rosie, time for me to get riveting.
My optimistic soul would fit into those eras, but the Victorian Era when women were corseted and stuck at home with the vapors only doing domestic things?
Well, that’s not me… at all.