Fellow white people, in case I’ve been too vague, I’m talking to you. I don’t want to fight, but I have to say this out loud and in a permanent place because trying to talk to you one-on-one whenever this comes up is exhausting. So here it is.
You tend to bring out the best in other people. You lead without seeming to do so. People are naturally drawn to you. You expect the very best from people which takes the form of enthusiastic encouragement which is so charming that people try their best not to disappoint you. You share your personality type with 3% of the population.
Roger Corman? Really? Yes, I am a cult classic in the making. Yes, I've got colorful, rough and tumble characters right and left. But baby, I make it look twice as expensive for half the price...not simply in half the time. No disrespect Roger, but we ain't meant to be.
Congratulations. You've scored Gilda!
Sure, it's a love story, but a love story between the two coldest hearts on the planet. Okay, maybe just in Argentina.
Really? As much as I love film noir and the comparison to Rita Hayworth...realistically, any movie representing me would have to be a screwball comedy!
Charismatic, affectionate, and terrific in relationships, you are what many guys would call a “perfect catch”—and you probably have many admirers, each wishing to capture your long-term love. You’re careful, extra careful, because the last thing you want is to hurt anyone. Especially some poor boy whose only crime was liking you.
This test is here to measure a part of you that’s very personal and often dirty. YOU, however, are here because your friends are curious how much of a slut you are. Or they already know, and they just want you to see.
The Big Lebowski Personality Test was so far afield I had to take it twice (and then delete it). They had me pegged as Bunny Lebowski the first time and next her co-star in smut, Uli Kunkel (AKA "Karl Hungus"). First of all, no way...
We wanted to get beyond the two catch-alls of American politics, the Democratic and Republican parties, and see where people actually stand. Parties can bring together people with marginally differing values and make collective action easier. But party platforms can misrepresent their constituents, and blind loyalty to a party can convince individuals to harbor inconsistent views.