Psychoanalyze Yourself. Answer the following questions with the first thought that comes to mind. Then read what each answer means. (No cheating! And I didn't )
1. You are not alone. You are walking in the woods. With who?
Let's see....how about Charlemagne. Although its hard to imagine him in a natural setting. He's all about his cell phone and playing tunes on a CD player and singing at top volume.
2. You are walking in the woods. You see an animal. What kind of animal is it??
Wile E. Coyote and he's holding a stick of dynamite with a lit fuse.
3. What interaction takes place between you and the animal??
He'd toss me a lit stick of dynamite. I'd toss it back. He'd toss it back and then...BOOOOM!!!!
4. You walk deeper in the woods. You enter a clearing and before you is your dream house, what does it look like??
Its a big beautiful old Victorian with lots of curly cues painted in purples and blues surrounded by flower gardens full of roses, sunflowers, cosmos, morning glories, violets and huge lush trees, probably maples and willows.
5. Is your dream house surrounded by a fence??
Just around the back, since there is a pool and I don't want anyone to fall in.
6. You enter the house. You walk in to the dining room and see the dining room table what do you see on and around it??
A big bouquet of sunflowers from my husband since he knows they're my favorite. The cat is also sleeping on the table.
7. You exit the house and a cup is on the ground, what kind is it??
A tiny glass with the letters LVH etched in the glass.
8. What do you do with the cup??
Pick it up and gently touch the letters since they're my Dad's initials and wonder what they mean.
9. You walk to the edge of the property where you find yourself standing? (Has to be water)?
The Pacific Ocean.
10. How will you cross the water??
Its not crossable. I can only stare across the water.
1. The person who you are walking in the woods with is the most important person in your life.
2. The size of the animal is representative of your perception of the size of your problems in your life.
Well, its only a cartoon coyote, maybe you can divert it, and I can whack it in the head. Whadda ya say?
3. The severity of the interaction you have with the animal is representative of how you deal with your problems.
Whoops. Not looking real good on this one. Heh!
4. The size of your dream home is representative of the size of your ambition to solve your problems.
Gee, I finally did something right with that big house!
5. A lack of a fence is indicative of an open personality. People are welcome at all times. The presence of a fence indicates a closed personality. You'd prefer people not drop by unannounced.
Well, I only had a partial fence, so you might be able to come in if you give me a
dollar a hug.
6. If your answer did NOT include food, flowers, or people, then you are generally unhappy.
Phew, I really skated through on that one, cause god knows I wouldn't want to be unhappy after 900 days in a row of snow and gray skies.
7. The durability of the material with the cup is made of is representative of the perceived durability of your relationships.
Well, a tiny glass COULD be durable if it were a shot glass. And any glass belonging to my Dad could have conceivably been a shot glass, if you get my drift.
8. Your disposition of the cup is representative of your attitude.
I'm always kind to tiny glasses.
9. The size of the body of water is representative of the size of your sexual desire.
Pacific Ocean? Ummmm.....heh.
10. How wet you get in crossing the water is indicative of the relative importance of your sex life.
I think we may need to call in "A" for a consult on this one. My sex drive is as big as the Pacific Ocean, yet I don't want to get wet?? Sounds kind of contradictory to me.
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