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Frans_Jozef
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 01:02 AM
http://web.tickle.com/tests/standard/loony2.jsp


Just how nutty are you? Do you always pick "dare" when playing "Truth or Dare"? Are you the one your friends turn to when they want someone else to try something a little beyond the pale? Answer a few quick questions and find out where you fall on our looniness scale!

Are You Loony?


It only happens once in a blue moon, but when you cut loose, you really cut loose. We wouldn't call you loony, but you might qualify for loon-ish. Because while you've been known to have your moments of insanity, you're usually the model of decorum. That's why people are so tickled when you do occasionally do and say off-the-wall, goofy things. But you usually tend to keep your emotions and behavior strictly in check — making sure the scales are firmly tipped toward "sanity" is something you take pride in. That said, it wouldn't hurt to indulge your loony side a little more often. Being dependable and reliable is one thing; being predictable is something else entirely. So leave work early and go fly a kite. Hire a skywriter to inscribe your squeeze's name in midair. Go skinny dipping in January. Make a point of leaving room for spontaneity and craziness in your life — trust us, it's lots of fun.

rusalka
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 01:15 AM
To borrow a phrase from Forrest Gump, loony is as loony does. You know how true that is — in fact, you've embraced it. Because while you certainly have your moments of insanity, you know when to say when. Sure, you get a kick out of occasionally doing and saying things other people think are goofy or off-the-wall — you're a real sucker for being the center of attention now and again — but there are plenty of times when you'd just as soon be calmer and more serious. The same goes for expressing your emotions. No stranger to strong feelings, you choose your battles and control your highs and lows, saving your emotional outbursts for when you need them most. After all, fun and craziness are all well and good, in the right time and place, but balancing your "up" and "down" times earns you more respect in the long run. Not nearly as nutty as a fruitcake — but maybe giving Pralines 'n' Cream a run for its money — you're the perfect mix of impulse and restraint.

God, I love being perfect! :D

Awar
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 02:28 AM
Nutty? Crazy? Loony? Not you! You're all about control — you like to color inside the lines, drive the speed limit, and return library books on time. In a nutshell, your behavior and emotions are completely in your grasp. Always there when someone needs you, you like to be taken seriously, and you're as dependable and safe as they come. While that's certainly a role that needs filling, we have one question for you: Would it kill you to let your hair down once in a while? It's okay to go a little crazy every so often. Not that sanity is bad — far from it. But letting off steam is important, as is allowing yourself be the center of attention sometimes. Yeah, it can be hard to go wading in the public fountain at noon or tell your best friend exactly what's on your mind. Too bad. Making room in your life for goofiness and off-the-wall behavior will keep you from letting everything get bottled up inside. So go ahead. Embrace your inner looniness. You'll have fun — trust us!

I'm boring!!!

rusalka
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 02:40 AM
I'm boring!!!
Nah. You're unbφring. ;)

http://www.affisch.org/weblog/archives/00000279.html

And IKEA rocks!

AngryPotato
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 02:42 AM
My own defense would be that I'm quite stressed, at times, in work and do odd things inside and out of it.


Are You Loony?

Put simply, you're a nutball. We mean that in a good way, though — nutballs can be tons of fun. Whether it's a physical stunt or an emotional leap, you'll do and try anything at least once. Dancing on the bar (even when you're sober)? Sounds like fun. Telling someone you're in love on the first date? No big whoop, if that's how you feel. Heck, you love doing things other people think are goofy or off-the-wall, and you probably don't give a hoot if they laugh at you — as long as they're laughing, who cares why? Getting a reaction is what it's all about. Your devil-may-care attitude suggests that you have a strong yen for fun and excitement. Just remember to use your common sense and listen to the little voice inside your head (no, not that one) every so often. If you're just known as "that person who does all the loony things," you're likely to end up disappointed when people won't take you seriously in other situations. And while it's fine to feel both positive and negative emotions strongly, you can't let your feelings rule every aspect of your behavior. It's one thing to want to be honest and direct, but trust us, balance and moderation are good things. As long as you temper your no-holds-barred approach to life with occasional periods of sanity — and do your best not to get arrested — it's just fine to be crazy like a fox.

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Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 04:59 AM
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Anne14
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 05:01 AM
Put simply, you're a nutball. We mean that in a good way, though — nutballs can be tons of fun. Whether it's a physical stunt or an emotional leap, you'll do and try anything at least once. Dancing on the bar (even when you're sober)? Sounds like fun. Telling someone you're in love on the first date? No big whoop, if that's how you feel. Heck, you love doing things other people think are goofy or off-the-wall, and you probably don't give a hoot if they laugh at you — as long as they're laughing, who cares why? Getting a reaction is what it's all about. Your devil-may-care attitude suggests that you have a strong yen for fun and excitement. Just remember to use your common sense and listen to the little voice inside your head (no, not that one) every so often. If you're just known as "that person who does all the loony things," you're likely to end up disappointed when people won't take you seriously in other situations. And while it's fine to feel both positive and negative emotions strongly, you can't let your feelings rule every aspect of your behavior. It's one thing to want to be honest and direct, but trust us, balance and moderation are good things. As long as you temper your no-holds-barred approach to life with occasional periods of sanity — and do your best not to get arrested — it's just fine to be crazy like a fox.

Mistress Klaus
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 07:11 AM
To borrow a phrase from Forrest Gump, loony is as loony does. You know how true that is — in fact, you've embraced it. Because while you certainly have your moments of insanity, you know when to say when. Sure, you get a kick out of occasionally doing and saying things other people think are goofy or off-the-wall — you're a real sucker for being the center of attention now and again — but there are plenty of times when you'd just as soon be calmer and more serious. The same goes for expressing your emotions. No stranger to strong feelings, you choose your battles and control your highs and lows, saving your emotional outbursts for when you need them most. After all, fun and craziness are all well and good, in the right time and place, but balancing your "up" and "down" times earns you more respect in the long run. Not nearly as nutty as a fruitcake — but maybe giving Pralines 'n' Cream a run for its money — you're the perfect mix of impulse and restraint.

God, I love being perfect! :D







I got the same result as Rusalka :) :D

rusalka
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 02:46 PM
I got the same result as Rusalka :) :D
Hey, weren't we born on the same day? :)

Mistress Klaus
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 02:53 PM
Hey, weren't we born on the same day? :)


:) Your a Scorpion too...aren't you. Mine is the 4th Nov. (I lied on my profile :P ...don't ask me why...paranoid I guess.)

rusalka
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 03:04 PM
:) Your a Scorpion too...aren't you. Mine is the 4th Nov. (I lied on my profile :P ...don't ask me why...paranoid I guess.)
Aaah, I see. ;) But there was something going on at October 24th, what was it? Apart from that it's my birthday. :)

Mistress Klaus
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 03:20 PM
Aaah, I see. ;) But there was something going on at October 24th, what was it? Apart from that it's my birthday. :)


Yes..it was Klaus Barbie's (The Nazi Butcher of Lyons) birthday I think.. :jeer (no damn...it was the 25th Oct)...and your post reads 666.!!! :evil .

I think it was the whole birthdate that was the same.?

rusalka
Wednesday, May 5th, 2004, 03:28 PM
and your post reads 666.!!! :evil .

God, I wish I'd taken a screen shot of it! :-O I realized it but I couldn't help making another post so I am no longer The Number of the Beast.


I think it was the whole birthdate that was the same.?
Well, obviously not the same then, but close. In any case we rule. ;)

Taras Bulba
Thursday, May 6th, 2004, 05:00 AM
It only happens once in a blue moon, but when you cut loose, you really cut loose. We wouldn't call you loony, but you might qualify for loon-ish. Because while you've been known to have your moments of insanity, you're usually the model of decorum. That's why people are so tickled when you do occasionally do and say off-the-wall, goofy things. But you usually tend to keep your emotions and behavior strictly in check — making sure the scales are firmly tipped toward "sanity" is something you take pride in. That said, it wouldn't hurt to indulge your loony side a little more often. Being dependable and reliable is one thing; being predictable is something else entirely. So leave work early and go fly a kite. Hire a skywriter to inscribe your squeeze's name in midair. Go skinny dipping in January. Make a point of leaving room for spontaneity and craziness in your life — trust us, it's lots of fun.