2005-02-20 08:24:35 ET|
Having just completed one of those quizes that I find here and there. I got to thinking about what I learn from reading peoples answers to the many Qs and from answering them my self. Which is what? I get insights as to the personality of the person taking the quiz yes, but always from the perspective of the person taking the quiz. And when I take a quiz you see me according to me, (all very subjective yes?) Of course if you are perceptive enough, and the Qs are clever enough, you can discern perhaps more about me than I want you to know. Still it does not seem enough. How about this, A Quiz About Me Taken By YOU? Does this not have great potential for entertainment, revelation, fear and loathing? I'd like to find out, and you can help me.
What questions should I ask you to answer about me?
1.Name one obvious quality that this person has.
2. Why do you think so?
3. Name another less obvious quality that this person has.
4. why do you think so?
5.Do you think that this person is sincere about the things that he/she/it says? elaborate.
6.Do you think that he/she/it always knows what he/she/it is talking about? elaborate.
7.Do you think that this person has a sense of humer?
8. If yes, do you enjoy?
9. If Yes, how would you describe it?
10.Is this a person that you would feel comfortable around?
11.Is this a person that you would want to meet?
12.If yes, expectedly/unexpectedly?
13.What do you think your answers to these questions say about you/
14.What other questions should have been asked ? and how would you answer them?