So here at work, I saw an ad up in one of the elevators the other day talking about an unemployed monkey who was available for hire (Bobo could do chores around the house, wait in lines and whatnot). It was very bizarre. I’m guessing that it wasn’t real, but who knows?
You are a XPIG–Expressive Practical Intellectual Giver. This makes you a Catch.
You are a magazine-cover, matinee idol dreamboat. Parents love you and want to set you up with their kids. However, first dates are tough because it takes time for your qualities to come out.
You are generous and kind. You think first and act later. You are cool in a conflict, but your practical side means if your partner throws out emotional appeals (“why can’t we do what I want for a change?”) they will grate on your nerves, even when the conflict is resolved.
You’re a romantic. You enjoy the thrill of the hunt, and you don’t just fall into bed with anyone. You pay close attention to your significant other’s needs, and this makes you an excellent lover and partner. The problem is that your friends and lovers may find it so easy to express things to *you* that they lose sight of whether you feel as comfortable with *them*! This doesn’t necessarily make you feel under-appreciated — you’re too well-adjusted and self-aware for that — but you may feel restless. Thus you seek adventure in your life outside the relationship to prove and actualize yourself.
Of all the types, you would make the best parent.
You are coiffed.
Didja see “Big Fish”? ‘Cause you’re like Ewan MacGregor in “Big Fish.”
Of the 176050 people who have taken this quiz, 9.3 % are this type.
I wouldn’t say I’m a dreamboat, but the description sounds reasonable. What’s
“coiffed”? I dunno about the whole parenting thing. And I haven’t seen “Big Fish”…
Quizzes like this appeal to my mathematical side (it’s just a 20-dimensional vector space!), but are of questionable utility. Fun, though!
I got 5 hours of sleep last night.
In college, this wouldn’t be noteworthy at all – 5 hours was fairly
reasonable for those days, and that was OK. Of course, that meant
it took an effort to keep me awake, especially during classes, whereas
nowadays I can stay awake even in boring meetings.
I don’t mind being low on sleep if I’ve done something to enjoy myself
instead – programming, video games, etc. But last night pretty
I’ve had bad allergies off and on for the last few weeks, roughly
correlating to the times when I went back home to Houston. I
should probably go to the doctor to see what the deal is – I’ve had
allergies before, but not this bad.
Anyway, so I lie down last night, and my nose is stuffed up (big
surprise there). I had just taken a nose spray to clear it up,
but that made stuff start to drain in my throat, which means I was
mostly coughing or trying to not cough, neither of which is conducive
to sleeping. So after a bit of this, I got up, drunk some water,
and played on my computer some (sitting up always tends to help).
After a while, I went back to bed. Unfortunately, I had drunk so
much water that I had to pee. By this point I was actually pretty
tired (another difference from college – never had trouble getting to
sleep in college, because once I lay down, I was exhausted!), but I
couldn’t quite get to sleep, and I really didn’t feel like getting up
again. Eventually, though, I gave up and got
up to pee, and drunk some more water (but not so much this time!) to
help my throat. Then I got back in bed, propped up my pillows
against the wall (to make my head more vertical), and eventually got to
sleep, somewhere around 2:30.
So I’m tired today, for no good reason. Ick.