What Does The Part in Your Hair Say About You?

Community Leader
Registered: 12-21-2001
What Does The Part in Your Hair Say About You?
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Wed, 11-07-2012 - 5:59pm

What Does Your Part Say About You?

If you have not posted your results of a Blogthings quiz, this is all you have to do.

Go to the quiz by clicking on the underlined words.

Answer the question and submit it.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the words "Get HTML and BBCode". Copy the HTML Code.

Come back to the Self –Esteem forum.

Click reply to either my message or the last message in the thread.

Move the drop-down menu in the text format box (above the subject) to 'Filtered HTML’.

Paste the quiz HTML code into the Body of your message.

You can check what you have done before you post by clicking ‘Preview’.

Namaste

 

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Community Leader
Registered: 12-21-2001

Your Unpredictable Part Says You're Experimental and Rebellious

You're the type of person who likes to shake things up. It's easy for you to become bored.
You like to be spontaneous. You prefer to lead a very exciting, fast moving life.

You are outspoken and bold. Your opinions change frequently, and you never have any problem expressing them.
Your wild ways always have people guessing, and that's fine by you. You really don't care what others think.

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Community Leader
Registered: 01-04-2004
do you agree with these results - are you wild?
Community Leader
Registered: 01-04-2004

Your Non-Existent Part Says You're Confident and Spontaneous

You are a very carefree and relaxed person. You don't put in effort when you don't have to.
You tend to be interested in nature and a bit of an environmentalist. You try to live a green life.

You are a casual person. You don't do well in formal settings... in fact, you avoid them.
You try to let the small things slide. Even if that means you don't always comb your hair. 

Community Leader
Registered: 12-21-2001

Wild? What's wild?  Ethical hedonism?  Tergiversating and apostasy? Being rather blunt not necessarily with any tactfulness. Enjoying life with passion, be it being 'driven to succeed', watching growing flowers or jumping out of a plane.  My illness seems to target "type A" personalities who can no longer live a "type A" life. (Some of Dante's Rings must be more exciting.)  Keeping a schedule instead of making schedules/timetable for someone or something else is a new defination of hell.

One thing not streesed about people with this part is the aspect of logical contradiction.

Namaste
When walking, walk. When eating, eat
- Zen Proverb

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