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At Last, Something That Isn't About Job-Related Woes: Two Quizzes In One Day

Finally, I have the time to do something that isn't related to my (soon to be former) job. Yay! ^_^

What's your dominant trait? (10 unique results)
Solitude
Dominant Personality: Solitude

Good Traits: You don't need people to hype
up your self-esteem. You take care of yourself,
and don't follow the crowd. You're unique.

Bad Traits: You don't have many (if any)
friends. People aren't going anywhere and you
have to learn to handle social situations.
There are people out there who understand you.

People see you as: Lonely, extremely quiet,
and unfriendly. You are never seen around other
people, and you don't talk that much. People
think you're too selfish in that you don't take
the time to make friends.

You're Most Like: Confusion. You wish you
had the answers to everything. The difference
is that you keep it to yourself, and express
yourself in a different way.

You Need More: Grace. You probably walk
around with your head down. You need to hold
your head high and face the world head on. Be
more assertive, but not to the point of
aggresiveness.


What type of evil being are you inside?
angelicevil
Angelic Evil

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