[Quiz]What Type of Person Are You? [pictures + detailed results]

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royaldarkness

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here's a very cool quiz :)

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The Realist, unlike most people, actually has the ability to see the world for what it is, and that it's not all black and/or white. Dreams they may have, but they see clearly despite them. Since they don't want to sugar-coat or something alike, people may perceive them as boring and unimaginative. Their inputs may not always be wanted if it is encouragement that others seek.
The Realist is often seen as wise though, when people understand that they see how it really is. Most the time anyway. They are not flawless after all. Life comes with both good and bad, and so do the realist. Appearing somewhat dull and bland to the world, they usually shy away from people, unless they are with those who they feel comfortable with. A new personality seem to arise then, since the Realist knows they can behave how they truly are with those.
Close relationships are valued, but the Realist care very little for shallow ones. They are not after numbers, only deeper relationships that has meaning. Realists are seldom materialistic or superficial, nor are they trend followers. If they like something, they do, and they stick to it. Changes are not often made, and they prefer what they have already tried before, as they feel more comfortable with it.
Though, due to them knowing the world goes both ways, they may feel down, feeling as if they are helpless in the works of the world and its natural forces. They'd surely appreciate it if the good side won a lot more, and that dreams come true more often. Realists often remain passive, not feeling as if they have any valued action/thought to contribute with. If gone too far, they could become like the Cynical, losing hope in life.

Quote: "The purpose of life is a life of purpose." -Robert Byrne

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ehem, interesting...mine got this

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The satisfied - The desireless
Not greedy by nature, the Satisfied knows of what they have achieved and earned, and feels content with that. Materialistic impulses happen rarely, if ever, and they don't value possessions and trends nearly as much as most do. The Satisfied usually have a calm personality and tend to be full of care, whether they are open with it or not. Of course they can be selfish, but their selfless nature proceeds that by far.
Downsides are that the Satisfied may be taken advantage of, in the likes of favours per se. It is in their nature to help, and they can be big push-overs when it's about injustice towards themselves. Also, since they don't want to bother their peers and close ones, they keep most of their problems inside. If this builds up they may start to suffer in silence, a completely unnecessary act.
Because they have a hard time to say no, and since people may use them, with time the Satisfied could grow hateful and distrusting. However, it appears now, that they are not. They reckon that some people are bad news and stay away from them. They stay with their own group of trusted people instead. As the Satisfied's name implies, they don't seem to have any dreams or goals. That is a perception not quite true. As any other human being, they do have them. But the difference is, that the Satisfied are content with their life even if the dream would not come true.
Quote:"It is not length of life, but depth of life." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Interesting quiz... do I really seem lost? I dunno >.>
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The wanderer - The lost

The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

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  • Apr 17, 2006

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The realist - The objective
The Realist, unlike most people, actually has the ability to see the world for what it is, and that it's not all black and/or white. Dreams they may have, but they see clearly despite them. Since they don't want to sugar-coat or something alike, people may perceive them as boring and unimaginative. Their inputs may not always be wanted if it is encouragement that others seek.
The Realist is often seen as wise though, when people understand that they see how it really is. Most the time anyway. They are not flawless after all. Life comes with both good and bad, and so do the realist. Appearing somewhat dull and bland to the world, they usually shy away from people, unless they are with those who they feel comfortable with. A new personality seem to arise then, since the Realist knows they can behave how they truly are with those.
Close relationships are valued, but the Realist care very little for shallow ones. They are not after numbers, only deeper relationships that has meaning. Realists are seldom materialistic or superficial, nor are they trend followers. If they like something, they do, and they stick to it. Changes are not often made, and they prefer what they have already tried before, as they feel more comfortable with it.
Though, due to them knowing the world goes both ways, they may feel down, feeling as if they are helpless in the works of the world and its natural forces. They'd surely appreciate it if the good side won a lot more, and that dreams come true more often. Realists often remain passive, not feeling as if they have any valued action/thought to contribute with. If gone too far, they could become like the Cynical, losing hope in life.
Quote:"The purpose of life is a life of purpose." -Robert Byrne

  • Apr 17, 2006
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Quote by royaldarknesshere's a very cool quiz :)

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The Realist, unlike most people, actually has the ability to see the world for what it is, and that it's not all black and/or white. Dreams they may have, but they see clearly despite them. Since they don't want to sugar-coat or something alike, people may perceive them as boring and unimaginative. Their inputs may not always be wanted if it is encouragement that others seek.
The Realist is often seen as wise though, when people understand that they see how it really is. Most the time anyway. They are not flawless after all. Life comes with both good and bad, and so do the realist. Appearing somewhat dull and bland to the world, they usually shy away from people, unless they are with those who they feel comfortable with. A new personality seem to arise then, since the Realist knows they can behave how they truly are with those.
Close relationships are valued, but the Realist care very little for shallow ones. They are not after numbers, only deeper relationships that has meaning. Realists are seldom materialistic or superficial, nor are they trend followers. If they like something, they do, and they stick to it. Changes are not often made, and they prefer what they have already tried before, as they feel more comfortable with it.
Though, due to them knowing the world goes both ways, they may feel down, feeling as if they are helpless in the works of the world and its natural forces. They'd surely appreciate it if the good side won a lot more, and that dreams come true more often. Realists often remain passive, not feeling as if they have any valued action/thought to contribute with. If gone too far, they could become like the Cynical, losing hope in life.

Quote: "The purpose of life is a life of purpose." -Robert Byrne

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same here...... :D

  • Apr 18, 2006
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The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

Such a nice quiz... and accurate in my case.

  • Apr 18, 2006
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I'm also a realist...

"If I were creating a world, I wouldn't mess about with butterflies and daffodils. I would have started with lasers, 8 o'clock, day 1." -Time Bandits

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Quote by joycevInteresting quiz... do I really seem lost? I dunno >.>
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The wanderer - The lost

The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

I got this 1 too

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The bully - The fighter


A person with a strong mind, hard to change the opinions already created, the Bully sticks to what believe. Being stubborn is a well known trait of theirs, and they rarely back down from what they believe in. If they do so, much unwanted anxiety will bother the Bully, not allowing him/her to rest in peace.
Since they tend to have such faith in that their opinions are right, the Bully can be very pushing in discussions when their opponent fails to agree with their standpoint. Perhaps prone to compete, the Bully may do so to prove themselves and their worth.
Their downside is that, even if they can see from different perspectives, they hardly ever want to adopt another type of thinking. People may grow frustrated with this, feeling their opinion doesn't matter to the Bully. But that isn't the full truth, as they simply prefer everything to fit with them.
Positive traits are that they are all but a weak character, and they're proud of who they are. They have problems with those who give up easily, frowning upon them. Moments of self doubt and low confidence may occur, but generally they find a way back up on their feet. Most of the times, they are neither a overly happy nor depressed person, as their mood fluctuates. Like a Phoenix, they always survive what is thrown at them.

Quote: "Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life; define yourself." -Harvey Fierstein

  • Apr 18, 2006

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Not greedy by nature, the Satisfied knows of what they have achieved and earned, and feels content with that. Materialistic impulses happen rarely, if ever, and they don't value possessions and trends nearly as much as most do. The Satisfied usually have a calm personality and tend to be full of care, whether they are open with it or not. Of course they can be selfish, but their selfless nature proceeds that by far.
Downsides are that the Satisfied may be taken advantage of, in the likes of favours per se. It is in their nature to help, and they can be big push-overs when it's about injustice towards themselves. Also, since they don't want to bother their peers and close ones, they keep most of their problems inside. If this builds up they may start to suffer in silence, a completely unnecessary act.
Because they have a hard time to say no, and since people may use them, with time the Satisfied could grow hateful and distrusting. However, it appears now, that they are not. They reckon that some people are bad news and stay away from them. They stay with their own group of trusted people instead. As the Satisfied's name implies, they don't seem to have any dreams or goals. That is a perception not quite true. As any other human being, they do have them. But the difference is, that the Satisfied are content with their life even if the dream would not come true.

Quote: "It is not length of life, but depth of life." -Ralph Waldo Emerson


  • Apr 18, 2006

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Quote by joycevInteresting quiz... do I really seem lost? I dunno >.>
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The wanderer - The lost

The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

that's what I got :)

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The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

Such a nice quiz... and accurate in my case.

Same here.

But as I checked out the other results, "The Realist" applies to me also.

2 personalities! Woahh, I just discover my innerself! :D

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  • Apr 18, 2006

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People in this category usually have a very gloomy outlook on thing in general, trapped within a dark mind. Most of the times, it is past events that has made them pessimistic. Most likely they lived through a few unfortunate events and/or hardships that made quite a large impact on them. Now they seem to believe they have been cursed with bad luck, for nothing ever do go their way.
Positive scenarios they gladly live through, but later proclaim them as a coincidence or shrug them off. Positive things never leaves them a great, lasting impression, and they tend to hold onto events which went badly. Pessimists are seen as "party poopers" if they were to voice out their opinion. It is not that they want to live life this way, but they found that life will be unfair whether they want it to or not. Therefore they have adjusted, albeit reluctantly. They want things to be better, but seldom do anything about it. Most Pessimists are passive aggressive, and never really want to try new things. Those will probably only disappoint them anyway, they think. Many things in their lives are a disappointment to them already. They stick to what's safe and tried, for they know where they have it.
Pessimists are truly negative, and may be prone to develop depression. They often feel life is hopeless and have little to no faith in both things and people. Pessimists usually stick to "their own kind", so to speak, and prefer solitude or the company of a selected few. As a safety precaution, they never expect much. That way they won't be hurt. Pessimists are usually seen as life's victim. But even so, they are not trying to change it either way.

Quote: "Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out." -Anton Chekhov

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  • Apr 20, 2006
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The wanderer - The lost


The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

Wow, this kinda fits me. Nice quiz(:

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The egoist - The child


The Egoist is just what it sounds; a person who is more concerned with themselves rather than others. This is nothing strange as it belongs to human behaviour. But like a child, they can go overboard with it, wanting attention and the full concentration of others, or some possession or another. They can often become jealous if they see someone who has obtained a thing they want.
However, not all is bad with the Egoist. Just like any other person, they have positive traits. Usually Egoists blend well with people and get along with them too. And just because they are Egoists, it doesn't mean they can't like or value others. They are far from incapable of caring (unless they have reached too deep in being a Egoist). The reason they value themselves more could origin from various reasons. Perhaps they were spoiled as children, or the opposite. Have they had no one to care for them, they automatically learn to put themselves first, since no one else will. These types of Egoists however are not as prone as the first mentioned category to seek attention. Both types though can be manipulative to get what they want, having learned to push certain buttons to be able to gain their wishes.
Sometimes Egoists lose their touch of their surrounding environment, being too caught up with themselves. Sympathy is not their forte, but they are not heartless. A bit thin on emotions to most, those who doesn't matter to them that is, but to close ones they try harder when they remember to.
It is possible that they grow oblivious to other people's feelings as their main concern is themselves. Sometimes, humans just confuse them. They may also grow bored with those around them, wanting something new. Their own life pattern is however not something that they find wrong, being satisfied with themselves and the way they live. And just because they have themselves as main priority, it does not mean they find themselves to be worth more than everyone else. Many Egoists have low self-esteem, hiding it by acting the way they do. They feel that if others could, they would walk all over them too if given the chance. So therefore, in a way, they protect themselves.

Quote: "We are all selfish and I no more trust myself than others with a good motive." -George Gordon Byron


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THE SATISFIED-THE DESIRELESS.

Not greedy by nature, the Satisfied knows of what they have achieved and earned, and feels content with that. Materialistic impulses happen rarely, if ever, and they don't value possessions and trends nearly as much as most do. The Satisfied usually have a calm personality and tend to be full of care, whether they are open with it or not. Of course they can be selfish, but their selfless nature proceeds that by far.
Downsides are that the Satisfied may be taken advantage of, in the likes of favours per se. It is in their nature to help, and they can be big push-overs when it's about injustice towards themselves. Also, since they don't want to bother their peers and close ones, they keep most of their problems inside. If this builds up they may start to suffer in silence, a completely unnecessary act.
Because they have a hard time to say no, and since people may use them, with time the Satisfied could grow hateful and distrusting. However, it appears now, that they are not. They reckon that some people are bad news and stay away from them. They stay with their own group of trusted people instead. As the Satisfied's name implies, they don't seem to have any dreams or goals. That is a perception not quite true. As any other human being, they do have them. But the difference is, that the Satisfied are content with their life even if the dream would not come true.

Quote: "It is not length of life, but depth of life." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.
Quote:"Illusion is the first of all pleasures." -Oscar Wilde

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The cynical - The dreamless


Cynics have similar traits to the Pessimist, but unlike the Pessimist, Cynics are fine with how things work. These type of people have no real expectations in life, or at least they try to not have. Perhaps it is an empty life they lead, but they rarely let anyone know of their misfortunes.
They are true sceptics, doubting everything presented to them. Unless they already know about it being true, they will not believe. Cynics see themselves as realists, for they believe they've got reality all figured out. People often perceive them to e cold, and Cynics rarely share themselves with people to prove otherwise. After all, people aren't meant to be trusted. Yet Cynics have no bigger issue with this. Time has led them to accept things.
They are no dreamers either. They certainly don't have, what they would call, "childish fantasies". They stick to what they know. It is not that they are reluctant to accept new things -perhaps they are- but they don't find the evidence all too convincing for them to adopt another type of thinking.
Cynics are not charming people. They prefer to say truthful statements instead of sugar-coating. They are not seen as particularly sensitive -even though they may or may not be- as they show little consideration. They see through facades and lies and lean on facts and logic for support. Whether or not they are social, Cynics don't value relationships that much. Of course there might be an exception or two, but they generally live for themselves. Emotions are for fools, they think. Even though they feel this way, it doesn't mean they don't harbour them. They are just more secretive about it than others.

Quote: "A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything but the value of nothing." -Oscar Wilde

  • May 08, 2006
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The cynical - The dreamless


Cynics have similar traits to the Pessimist, but unlike the Pessimist, Cynics are fine with how things work. These type of people have no real expectations in life, or at least they try to not have. Perhaps it is an empty life they lead, but they rarely let anyone know of their misfortunes.
They are true sceptics, doubting everything presented to them. Unless they already know about it being true, they will not believe. Cynics see themselves as realists, for they believe they've got reality all figured out. People often perceive them to e cold, and Cynics rarely share themselves with people to prove otherwise. After all, people aren't meant to be trusted. Yet Cynics have no bigger issue with this. Time has led them to accept things.
They are no dreamers either. They certainly don't have, what they would call, "childish fantasies". They stick to what they know. It is not that they are reluctant to accept new things -perhaps they are- but they don't find the evidence all too convincing for them to adopt another type of thinking.
Cynics are not charming people. They prefer to say truthful statements instead of sugar-coating. They are not seen as particularly sensitive -even though they may or may not be- as they show little consideration. They see through facades and lies and lean on facts and logic for support. Whether or not they are social, Cynics don't value relationships that much. Of course there might be an exception or two, but they generally live for themselves. Emotions are for fools, they think. Even though they feel this way, it doesn't mean they don't harbour them. They are just more secretive about it than others.

Quote: "A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything but the value of nothing." -Oscar Wilde

  • May 08, 2006

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The optimist - The hopeful


Often seen as the happy one with a carefree attitude, the Optimist has a dislike for feeling down. When a bad situation or dilemma arises, they prefer to look on the bright side. A negative outlook will not make things better, and the Optimist finds it that they're better off believing in the good and be happy, with the occasional letdown, instead of having bad premonitions all the time and worry about it. After all, it is certainly nicer to feel happy rather than sad, so why not enjoy yourself while you can?
It is not that they're stupid, they know bad things can happen. But they want to believe, and can therefore be naive. Their attitude doesn't mean they are social people, for this factor varies, but the Optimist likes to spend time with those they care about and have fun. Perceived as air headed, they can be as well. For the future they have hope, and not many things can get them down for a longer period of time.
Of course they can feel sad and cry, but by sharing their feelings and wishing for the better and not dwelling on the problem, they recover. The Optimist rather prefers to think of what they'll be doing later that day/week. Entertainment is one of their best friends.

Quote: "Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment." Buddha

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The optimist - The hopeful


Often seen as the happy one with a carefree attitude, the Optimist has a dislike for feeling down. When a bad situation or dilemma arises, they prefer to look on the bright side. A negative outlook will not make things better, and the Optimist finds it that they're better off believing in the good and be happy, with the occasional letdown, instead of having bad premonitions all the time and worry about it. After all, it is certainly nicer to feel happy rather than sad, so why not enjoy yourself while you can?
It is not that they're stupid, they know bad things can happen. But they want to believe, and can therefore be naive. Their attitude doesn't mean they are social people, for this factor varies, but the Optimist likes to spend time with those they care about and have fun. Perceived as air headed, they can be as well. For the future they have hope, and not many things can get them down for a longer period of time.
Of course they can feel sad and cry, but by sharing their feelings and wishing for the better and not dwelling on the problem, they recover. The Optimist rather prefers to think of what they'll be doing later that day/week. Entertainment is one of their best friends.

Quote: "Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment." Buddha


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The bully - The fighter
A person with a strong mind, hard to change the opinions already created, the Bully sticks to what believe. Being stubborn is a well known trait of theirs, and they rarely back down from what they believe in. If they do so, much unwanted anxiety will bother the Bully, not allowing him/her to rest in peace.
Since they tend to have such faith in that their opinions are right, the Bully can be very pushing in discussions when their opponent fails to agree with their standpoint. Perhaps prone to compete, the Bully may do so to prove themselves and their worth.
Their downside is that, even if they can see from different perspectives, they hardly ever want to adopt another type of thinking. People may grow frustrated with this, feeling their opinion doesn't matter to the Bully. But that isn't the full truth, as they simply prefer everything to fit with them.
Positive traits are that they are all but a weak character, and they're proud of who they are. They have problems with those who give up easily, frowning upon them. Moments of self doubt and low confidence may occur, but generally they find a way back up on their feet. Most of the times, they are neither a overly happy nor depressed person, as their mood fluctuates. Like a Phoenix, they always survive what is thrown at them.
Quote:"Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life; define yourself." -Harvey Fierstein

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The one who never has a place to belong. The outcast amongst people, Wanderers find life to be rather lonely. There is an empty feeling inside of them that they can't seem to get rid of. However, not all is pain for them. Despite what others might think, they are very much capable of being happy and sad. Due to the fact that Wanderers always feel misplaced -to some extent- some adjust to how others are, just to have a place to be. The others in this category tend to shy away from people, preferring their own company, certain that they don't fit in. Both categories however, do keep most of their personal thoughts inside.
Wanderers tend to wish for a place where they are meant to be, resulting in a lot of daydreaming. Personality wise they are, in fact, dreamers. It doesn't mean they believe that they wish for will come true. Their inner world is simply better than this one. Most Wanderers try to find their special place, no matter if they are a passive-aggressive or a fearless individual. It is something they are drawn to do by nature.
Wanderers are also found to be hard to truly satisfy. Nothing will ever be the way they would have preferred/wanted it to be, and they tend to be disappointed a lot. It is not that they are perfectionists, they simply want for something to feel "right". Because of this, they often second-guess things/actions/relationships. Low self-esteem is a high possibility, as they often doubt themselves.
As their hole in their heart is constantly there, they may be prone for depression, as rarely anything is giving them true satisfaction. One day they may find their personal heaven, but it is important they are not too caught up in fantasies, or else they might pass by it blindly, missing it forever.

Quote: "Illusion is the first of all pleasures.

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