Oohh… Personality test. Alright, I’ll try it.
1. Picture a desert. The first thing that comes to your mind. it can be a realistic one, or your fantasy idea of a desert. Describe it.
Oh jeez… my head… Where am I? A desert? It seems to be a completely barren wasteland, with no signs of life for miles in any direction. Mostly sunny with a high near 140 degrees. Chance of death by thirst about 80%.
2. Now imagine that there is a cube in the desert. How big is it? What is it made of, if you can tell? What is it’s texture? is it solid or hollow? Is it sitting flat on the ground or is it in some other position? Come up with a few adjectives to describe it.
What’s that in the distance? It’s a Borg cube!! RUUUUNNN!!! Oh wait. Never mind it looks abandoned, like it crashed here hundreds of years ago. It’s completely dead inside. I’m gonna go take a look. Maybe I can adapt their technology to create a homing beacon to let someone know I’m here…
3. Now picture a ladder in the desert. Where is it in relation to the cube? What is it made of? Is it a straight ladder or a stepladder? Does it have a lot of rungs, or a few?
I tripped over an old broken wooden ladder a mile back on my way to investigate the cube. I caught myself, but got some nasty splinters. Who the hell leaves a ladder in the middle of a desert anyway?
4. Now add a horse in the desert. What color is it? Where is it in relation to the cube and ladder and what is it doing? Is it wearing a bridle or saddle?
A white horse just ran past me going away from the cube as fast as possible. I tried to catch it so I could ride it, but it just crushed my arm and galloped off. Now I have splinters, no water, and a broken arm…
5. There is a storm somewhere in the desert. Where do you see it? What kind of storm is it? Does it affect the cube, ladder and horse or not?
I don’t see any storm… Oh shit, it just got dark. Yeah. Yeah, now it’s raining on me. Fuck, it’s a flash flood. I am so boned now. Ow. OW!! AAAHH!! IT’S ACID RAIN!!! How ironic that I desperately need water, but it will kill me if I drink it…
6. Finally, there are flowers in the desert. Are they clustered in one location, or scattered around the desert? Are there a lot of them or a few? What kind are they and what color?
Ow! Ow! Ow! Gotta get to the Borg cube! Maybe I’ll find some shelter there! WTF? A bouquet of fake flowers just washed by. They look like the cheap kind you put on graves of family members you don’t really like. Now that’s a weird thing to see in a acid-flooded desert. Huh? They’re melting… Oh yeah, OW! FUCK! ACID RAIN!!!
Alright let’s see what they mean….
To interpret the answers, you should concentrate on how you feel about the thing that you describe and not how it looks. For example, you may describe the cube as blue in color and blue gives you a feeling of calmness. However, another person may describe the cube as white in color and white gives her a sense of calmness. Though both persons picture the cube differently, the interepretations of their answers are the same — the cube represents calmness to them.
Desert: The desert represents your current state of mind and the world as you see it.
Cube : The cube represents yourself. How you think about the cube reflects how you think about yourself. For example, you may think the cube is made of yellow stones. Yellow may give you a feeling of warmth and stone may give you a feeling of strength. Then, it means that you believe that you are a strong and warm person. The distance between you and the cube reflects your understanding about yourself. If the cube is far away, then it means that you do not feel close to your inner self. If the cube is transparent, that means you let people see through you. People can read your mind easily. The ratio of the cube to the desert is how you think about yourself in this world. The bigger the ratio, the bigger your ego is. A small ratio means that you recognize that you are just one part of this world and there are many other things out there beside you.
Ladder : The ladder represents your friends. If the ladder is leaning against the cube, then it means that your friends depend on you. If the ladder is supporting the cube, that means you depend on your friends. The distance between the ladder and the cube indicates if you feel close to your friends or not. Again, how you feel about the ladder reflects how you feel about your friends (eg. what you feel about the color of the ladder and the material it is made of).
Horse : The horse is your lover. If the horse is close to the cube, then it means that you are close to your lover. If the horse is tied or has a saddle on it, then it means that you like to control your lover. As before, the impression of the horse reflects the impression you have of your lover.
Storm : The storm is the obstacle in your life. If the storm is close to the cube/ stationary, then you are always experiencing hardship in your life. If the storm is small, then it means the obstacle in your life is quite small.
Flower/s : The flower represents your offspring. If the flower is close to the cube, that means you are close to your children. Again, what you feel about the flower indicates the feelings you have towards your children.
Huh… I see… Pfft, whatever. These personality test things never make any sense. I’m a Borg cube and my friends are made of wood? And I don’t even have kids! No sense whatsoever.