Saturday, July 15, 2006

I am not a Plaid.

Transcribed from Livejournal Date:Mar. 6th, 2006 10:10 am

I took a personality test called :True Colours" once. Based on your personality you come up as one of 4 colours. Taken from the true colours site:

Blue represents calm. Contemplation of this color pacifies the central nervous system. It creates physiological tranquility and psychological contentment. Those with Blue as a Primary Color value balance and harmony. They prefer lives free from tension... settled, united, and secure.Blue represents loyalty and a sense of belonging, and yet, when friends are involved, a vulnerability. Blue corresponds to depth in feeling and a relaxed sensitivity. It is characterized by empathy, aesthetic experiences, and reflective awareness.Green expresses itself psychologically as human will in operation: as persistence and determination. Green is an expression of firmness and consistency. Its strength can lead to a resistance to change if it is not proven that the change will work or is warranted.
Those with Green as a Primary Color value their intellect and capabilities above all else. Comfort in these areas creates a sense of personal security and self-esteem.Green characteristics seek to increase the certainty of their own values through being assertive and requiring differences from others in intellectual areas. They are rarely settled in their countenance, since they depend upon information rather than feelings to create a sense of well-being. Green expresses the grounding of theory and data in its practical applications and creative constructs.Gold is the body's natural perceptions. It represents a need to be responsible, to fulfill duties and obligations, to organize and structure our life and that of others.
Those with Gold as a Primary Color value being practical and sensible. They believe that people should earn their way in life through work and service to others.Gold reflects a need to belong through carrying a share of the load in all areas of living. It represents stability, maintenance of the culture and the organization, efficiency, and dependability. It embraces the concepts of home and family with fierce loyalty and faithfulness.
Orange represents energy, consuming physiological potency, power, and strength. Orange is the expression of vital force, of nervous and glandular activity. Thus, it has the meaning of desire and all forms of appetite and craving. Those with Orange as a Primary Color feel the will to achieve results, to win, to be successful. They desire all things that offer intense living and full experience.Orange generates an impulse toward active doing: sport, struggle, competition and enterprising productivity. In temporal terms, Orange is the present.T

hey say everyone is a plaid. I am not a plaid. I am, in fact, a big old orange (and am pretty sure I don't like being called glandular...). the main trait I think I represent is That oranges live in the now. The right this second. 5 seconds ago was then, 5 seconds from now is the future. I am about the now. Cue the Spaceballs quote

"Watching "Spaceballs: The Movie". They reach "now" in the movie.
Dark Helmet: What the hell am I looking at? When does this happen in the movie?
Colonel Sandurz: You're looking at now, sir. Everything that happens now is happening now.
Dark Helmet: What happened to then?
Colonel Sandurz: We passed then.
Dark Helmet: When?Colonel Sandurz: Just now. We're at now now.
Dark Helmet: Go back to then.
Colonel Sandurz: When?
Dark Helmet: Now!
Colonel Sandurz: Now?
Dark Helmet: Now!
Colonel Sandurz: I can't.
Dark Helmet: Why?
Colonel Sandurz: We missed it.
Dark Helmet: When?
Colonel Sandurz: Just now.
Dark Helmet: When will then be now?
Colonel Sandurz: Soon."

Sorry about that just sorta had that pop into my head there. (see what I mean) Being a Knitter this is a very bad thing. I have half completed objects everywhere and everytime I get a new magazine (i'm looking at you knit.1 !!) I buy/cast on about 2 to 19 (*grumbles in Knit.1's direction*) projects. I have a lot of projects that get taken completely out of my head the minute i do a round on my new sock, or that lovely new sweater. Few projects have ever held my attention long enough to see a rapid (or at least uninterrupted completion) **yorrik**. I have discoved pattern memorization is death to a project in my home, however I need to make sure that I carry copies of the pattern in everybag i own and have it typed and saved on the pc. Otherwise I could lose the pattern forever (i should frog that bag, but it had such potential). So as I write this whole entry out I come to one inescapable conclusion. I have forgotten the point I wanted to make when I started this whole thing. That was then this is now.Oh and ifn you want to see what you are have at it at the link below ;> (Edit:this link is down I hope only for now ;>)

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