Jenny Turpish Quiz (Revived)

I noticed a few people have been finding my Blog via the Original Jenny Turpish Personality Quiz Blog Entry from July 2004. Well... I looked around last year and tried to find the original source for the quiz, but not real hard with no luck.

Well, well, well ... today, have I got news for you ... Tory over at The Tory Party has it posted on her blog. You can find it HERE. (<<- You want the Better Personality quiz)

Enjoy and Blessings to all.

Just for fun I retook the test and got a scary similar result, 4 years later with some minor changes: (You can see my old results on the "Original" link above)

Wackiness: 72/100

Rationality: 30/100
Constructiveness: 34/100
Leadership: 22/100

WEDF -- Wacky Emotional Destructive Follower. This makes you a Menace to Society.

Or an Asset to Society - depending on how you channel your energies. You chew your fingers and have an addictive personality. Properly guided, you can be enormously productive--otherwise you run amok, stir up trouble, and generally have a hell of a good time.

To your friends, you are a source of relentless entertainment. You often get into trouble, but you almost always find a way out. You are strangely popular and feed off others' energy. You live hard, seize the day, and although your more sober friends would like to see you settled down, you generally have fewer regrets and better memories than they do. Your tenet is that, at the end of the day, one regrets only what one didn't try. You are right.

You could benefit from outside help in balancing your highs and lows. Or perhaps cutting back on the caffeine.


Anonymous said…
I always knew that about you Ed!

Heres mine...

Wackiness: 12/100
Rationality: 48/100
Constructiveness: 70/100
Leadership: 40/100

SECF -- Sober Emotional Constructive Hippie. This makes you a Hippie.
Unknown said…
Excellent .. we're nearly polar opposites on wackiness and constructiveness .. lol

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