Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Here's a fun one...

Winnie the Pooh was a favorite book when I was small and we read it to our son. Somebody once called me Tigger, so this is not surprising.


Your Score: Tigger


You scored 17 Ego, 13 Anxiety, and 15 Agency!




And as they went, Tigger told Roo (who wanted to know)
all about the things that Tiggers could do.

"Can they fly?" asked Roo.

"Yes," said Tigger, "they're very good flyers, Tiggers
are. Strornry good flyers."

"Oo!" said Roo. "Can they fly as well as Owl?"

"Yes," said Tigger. "Only they don't want to."

"Why don't they want to?" well, they just don't like it
somehow."

Roo couldn't understand this, because he thought it
would be lovely to be able to fly, but Tigger said it was
difficult to explain to anybody who wasn't a Tigger himself.

You scored as Tigger!

ABOUT TIGGER: Tigger is the newest addition to the Hundred Acre Wood, and he lives with Kanga and Roo, because Roo's strengthening medicine turned out to be the thing that Tiggers like best. Tigger is bouncy and confident -some of his friends think he is a little TOO bouncy and confident, but attempts to unbounce him tend to be fruitless.

WHAT THIS SAYS ABOUT YOU: You are a positive and confident person. You feel capable of dealing with anything and everything, and funnily enough, you usually ARE. You don't worry about much, and you love to go out and find new adventures.

Your friends and family might sometimes be a little exasperated by your boundless enthusiasm. You don't like to admit your mistakes, and when you find yourself in over you head, you tend to bluff your way out of things. You would be surprised, however, at how happy the people around you would be if you would actually admit to a mistake. It would make you seem more human, somehow.




Link: The Deep and Meaningful Winnie-The-Pooh Character Test written by wolfcaroling on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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2 comments:

Lizard Eater said...

Such a Pooh fan that The Boy is lucky he wasn't named Christopher Robin. I just read "Poohsticks" in the service last Sunday.

And ... sigh of relief ... I am Pooh. Through the whole test I was saying, Please don't let me be Eeyore. Please don't let me be Owl.

Phew. I am a bear of very little brain. I can deal with that.

ms. kitty said...

I'm so happy for you, LE! As for me, I would have been astonished if I'd turned out to be anything but Tigger.

And isn't it nice that these are the original drawings, rather than the Disney cartoon-like figures. I much prefer the originals.