Saturday, March 29, 2008


I didn't upload these test results right away when I took the test yesterday, just sent them to myself in an e-mail, so no cute solo-Rabbit-portrait here. Like many other people, I saw the test over at Elizabeth's Telling Secrets and I took it right away. Call it Pooh Procrastination.

No surprise in the results.

And I do need all that advice below in the last paragraph. It is, in fact, Made For Me.

This is definitely one of the better tests. (It is probably accurate because its questions were more complex than those in other the other internet tests.)

Rabbit was never my favorite, though. I'd rather have the others for friends. Which proves that we need people who are Not Like Us, and that if everyone were like us the world would be an Even More Terrible Place Than It Is Now. I'm not even sure I like Rabbit that much, which may be related to the fact that I tend to be Hard On Myself. Which doesn't mean I don't go around Organizing People and Sending Out Letters, because Someone has to do it. Sometimes, though, I sleep in my burrow all morning, as I did today. What you see in Rabbit is not always the whole picture.


(You scored 19 Ego, 17 Anxiety, and 14 Agency!)

"It was going to be one of Rabbit's busy days.

As soon as he woke up he felt important, as if everything depended upon him.

It was just the day for Organizing Something, or for Writing a Notice Signed Rabbit, or for Seeing What Everybody Else Thought About It.

It was a perfect morning for hurrying round to Pooh, and saying, "Very well, then, I'll tell Piglet," and then going to Piglet, and saying, "Pooh thinks--but perhaps I'd better see Owl first."

It was a Captainish sort of day, when everybody said, "Yes, Rabbit " and "No, Rabbit," and waited until he had told them.

You scored as Rabbit!

ABOUT RABBIT: Rabbit is generally considered Clever by his many friends and relations. He is actually a much better reader and writer than Owl, but he doesn't consider it worth mentioning. Instead, Rabbit's real talent lies in Organizing Plans. He organizes rescue parties, makes schemes to reduce Tigger's bounciness, and goes on missions to find out what Christopher Robin does when he's not at the Hundred Acre Woods. Sometimes, however, his Plans do not always go as Planned.

WHAT THIS SAYS ABOUT YOU: You are smart, practical and you plan ahead. People sometimes think that you don't stress or worry, but this is not the case. You are the kind of person who worries in a practical way. You think a) What are my anxieties about and b) What can be done about them? No useless fretting for you. You don't see the point in sitting around and waiting for things to work out, when you could actually work them out today and save yourself a lot of time and worry. Your friends tend to rely on you, because they know that they can trust you help them work things out.

You sometimes tend to be impatient with people who are less practical in their ways. You don't have much patience for idiots who moan about things but never actually DO anything about them. You have high expectations of everyone, including yourself. When you don't succeed at something, or when something goes wrong despite your best efforts to prevent it, you can get quite hard on yourself. You need to cut yourself some slack and accept that everyone has their faults, even you, and THAT IS OKAY. Let yourself be faulty, every now and then, for the sake of your own sanity.

Take it!


johnieb said...

That's a charming illustration, Prof. Rabbit.

Instructor Cwazy Wabbit

pj said...

Okay, now I'm really procrastinating. Not only by seeking out the silliest post on this blog, but by actually taking the test.


I'm Eeyore.

No, I don't want to talk about it.