January 24th, 2005

pattern

NSOH

I tend not to post many quizzes to my LiveJournal, but I did enjoy How Old Do You Act? largely because it told 24-year-old Meg that she acted 29, and 29-year-old me that I acted 24. Good. Good.

I also enjoyed Better Sense of Humor, which rates your sense of humo(u)r on four theoretically mutually perpendicular axes. The author has a whole series of similar quizzes and even admits that she tries "not to rip off Meyers-Briggs too bad." This may be a situation where if the only tool in your toolbox is a Meyers-Briggs hammer then every problem looks like one of 24 nails, but it's definitely an interesting topic and one worthy of quizzes.

However, I also have the feeling that this may be a topic where people are not necessarily well-placed to self-analyse. EXPERIMENT:
Poll #423628 If you think you know my sense of humour, then:

Is my sense of humour sunny or dark?

Sunny
11(61.1%)
Dark
7(38.9%)

Is my sense of humour dry or gross?

Dry
13(72.2%)
Gross
5(27.8%)

Is my sense of humour traditional or offbeat?

Traditional
5(27.8%)
Offbeat
13(72.2%)

Is my sense of humour active or passive?

Active
7(41.2%)
Passive
10(58.8%)

How would you describe my sense of humour?


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