Sainted PIT BULL? Oh, Dear.

So I took this personality test last night for fun:

I am blue, which was news to me. I am not sure about all of this. Some, yes. But some is utterly foreign. Blues:

are motivated by Intimacy. They seek to genuinely connect with others, and need to be understood and appreciated. Everything they do is quality-based. They are loyal friends, employers, and employees. Whatever or whomever they commit to is their sole (and soul) focus. They love to serve and give of themselves freely in order to nurture others’ lives.

They also:

have distinct preferences and have the most controlling personality. Their personal code of ethics is remarkably strong and they expect others to live honest, committed lives as well. They enjoy sharing meaningful moments in conversation as well as paying close attention to special life events (e.g. birthdays and anniversaries). blues are dependable, thoughtful, and analytical; but can also be self-righteous, worry-prone, and moody. They are “sainted pit-bulls” who never let go of something or someone once they are committed. When you deal with a BLUE, be sincere and make a genuine effort to understand and appreciate them.

Okay, guilty to the strong code of ethics, enjoyment of meaningful conversations, and, yes, regretfully, the sainted, and sometimes not so sainted, pit-bull when it comes to sticking to a point. I do dislike dealing with insincere people- I passionately dislike it, in fact.

I just about NEVER pay attention to special life events like birthdays and anniversaries. Holidays, yes. Traditions like Thanksgiving, New Year’s, April Fool’s Day. But I am not good with birthdays and anniversaries. And I do not do so well with genuinely connecting with others. I don’t think of myself as a person motivated by intimacy. I would say I find intimacy something I wistfully desire in theory but have found disappointing and more than a bit frightening in reality.

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