Try this quiz to find out! There are two parts to it. The first broadly categorizes you into S or M, and the second part sub-categorizes you into a specific kind of S or M.
It’s in Japanese, but since I’m nice I’ve done a rough translation of the first part of the quiz. Just tick the sentences that describe you. For the second part, sorry, you’re on your own. (For the record, I’m M. LOL.)
Reblog this with your personality type! I’m curious to see the result :D
Disclaimer on translation: There may be inaccuracies below. In fact there are confirmed inaccuracies. I tried my best, really…
Part 2 translation!
The results are quick, rough and condensed translation, so there might be inaccuracies. Maybe one day when I have more time…
コンビニ系Ｍタイプ Convenience store clerk-like Masochist: Good hearted and easy to befriend people. Quick to help. A good listener. But easy to get used by people because of his/her kindness. The one who remembers whatever that is needed to be prepared. Too confident with his/her own stamina, at risk with sudden collapse.
透明人間系Ｍタイプ Wallflower-type Masochist: Someone who is always in their own world. Actually skillful but does not have a place for his/her skill to be acknowledged. A hard worker who does his/her job without saying much. A modest person who does not complain or be selfish. Always calm and collected even when trouble arises. Not that fond of adventures.
i’m constantly surprised at how terrifying the istj 8w9 combo is
Get to know the blogger with personality tests results, or for your own reference. (take the tests and reblog with your results bolded)
Materialist | Offbeat | Thinking | Intimate | Vital Spartan | Conventional | Emotional | Withholding | Depressive
social | reserved | limbic | calm | organized | unstructured | accommodating | egocentric | non-curious | inquisitive
realistic | investigative | artistic | social | entrepreneurial | conventional
Narcissism | Unconventionality | Empiricism | Vitality | Othercentricism | Independence | Integrity | Intellect | Stoicism | Orderliness | Hedonism | Dynamism | Activity | Romanticism
type 1 | type 2 | type 3 | type 4 | type 5 | type 6 | type 7 | type 8 | type 9
enfp | enfj | entp | entj | estj | esfj | estp | esfp | infp | infj | intp | intj | istj | isfj | istp | isfp
lawful good | neutral good | chaotic good | true neutral | lawful neutral | chaotic neutral | lawful evil | neutral evil | chaotic evil
melancholic | phlegmatic | choleric | sanguine
ROSENBERG SELF-ESTEEM SCALE
1 - 3 | 4 - 6 | 7 - 9 | 10 - 12 | 13-15 | 16 -18 | 19 -21 | 22 - 24 | 25 - 27 | 28 - 30
Just draw the damn hands. Stop ending them at stumps at the wrist. Stop hiding them behind someone’s back. Draw them. Yeah, you’re probably bad at them, guess what? Everyone is. And you’re not going to get better by not drawing them.
So draw the damn hands.
Uorn Sambath and his pet python.
A few months after Uorn Sambath was born, his family found a baby python under his mattress. They carefully took it outside, but during the night it returned to be with the baby boy. The boy’s father prayed, and decided that the snake belonged to the boy and would bring them happiness.
The boy and the snake have been together ever since. They have played together, have slept together, and even have talked together.
“What do you say to the snake?” People have asked the boy.
“That is a secret,” the boy has replied.