This is a discussion on INFJ Random Thoughts Thread within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by warweasel The free iPersonic Personality Test. I got " The Harmony-seeking Idealist". Pretty accurate!...
Yeah, I like that test, have taken it before. Really cuts to the chase quickly. Can do in 5 questions what it takes others 50 to do.
Once upon a time, there was a brave girl. She had an undying determination, a determination that led her to a presumed impossible mission: the work of the beastly APUSH.
The APUSH was a cruel beast. A twenty-one-headed monster waiting to take its victims into the painful grasp of utter confusion. It was a hydra; for ever head conquered, another two grew back in its place.
But the girl was determined.
She set out on her quest with not a sword, but a pen. A pen that she would use to write her way through the entanglement of heads and subheads alike.
It was a cold, winter Saturday, and she set out at 9:30 in the morning with her two acquaintances, in hopes to defeat the foul beast in only a few hours. Little did they know the possible power of the APUSH.
For hours they wrote, through ten, through twelve, until eight hours had passed in an instant, and still the APUSH fiercely battled.
The acquaintances fled, but the girl, oh, the brave girl, refused to back down. With her pen she struck, once, twice, fighting through the exhaustion and fear of defeat. As she lay on her bed late into the night, she desperately prayed she had the strength to succeed.
The girl rested for the night, awaking the next morning with an even stronger determination! She struck the APUSH, again and again, until finally, in the late of the night, the beast had been conquered.
She was a tired, ragged mess. A spare pencil tangled in her hair, she cried out "I've done it! It's done!"
With her strength, her determination, and her worn out pen that had written 4,551 words until its death, she was victorious. The dreaded APUSH need not be feared any longer!
Delighted and relieved the girl though to herself How strong I must be! To have such the determination to see it through! It took me sixteen hours, but I've done it! Sixteen hours of determined work... But don't I have anything more interesting to do with my hours? How could there not be something better for me to attempt?
And thus, the brave girl vowed, to always work to defeat the APUSH, and to spend time with a friends the next day, to give her some resemblance of a life. THE END!
^And that, my friends, is how you should tell people you did your homework.
Lost my mind and got ready for work 30 minutes early. That was brilliant of me. At least I didn't leave and go to work 30 minutes early... cuz that would've sucked. (It's happened. A long time ago... during one of those daylight savings changes. Not. Cool.)
Now I have nothing to do. Woe is me.
I watched this though... @Jebediah ... looks like all manner of fun.
Apparently I talk too much at work. Wuuut. Susan, my manager, pulled me aside and yelled "(name) I'm going to duct tape your mouth shut if you don't be quiet. You're even worse than the girls!"
Sunday is almost over. Don't ever come back! Oh...wait.