Wednesday, April 30, 2008

i usually dont do these kind of things

because i think they are generic and apply to everyone no matter what your name is, but i found this one to be pretty specifically true to me... towards the end its a little more wild than i normally tend to be though. but still pretty good.



What Taylor Means



You are a seeker. You often find yourself restless - and you have a lot of questions about life.

You tend to travel often, to fairly random locations. You're most comfortable when you're far away from home.

You are quite passionate and easily tempted. Your impulses sometimes get you into trouble.



You are usually the best at everything ... you strive for perfection.

You are confident, authoritative, and aggressive.

You have the classic "Type A" personality.



You are a free spirit, and you resent anyone who tries to fence you in.

You are unpredictable, adventurous, and always a little surprising.

You may miss out by not settling down, but you're too busy having fun to care.



You are relaxed, chill, and very likely to go with the flow.

You are light hearted and accepting. You don't get worked up easily.

Well adjusted and incredibly happy, many people wonder what your secret to life is.



You are well rounded, with a complete perspective on life.

You are solid and dependable. You are loyal, and people can count on you.

At times, you can be a bit too serious. You tend to put too much pressure on yourself.



You are wild, crazy, and a huge rebel. You're always up to something.

You have a ton of energy, and most people can't handle you. You're very intense.

You definitely are a handful, and you're likely to get in trouble. But your kind of trouble is a lot of fun.

1 comment:

sassparilla said...

haha mom and dad did a great job of making us all clones of them -- you, me AND camie are all considered "type a" personalities. how can you be "go with the flow" and "type a" all at the same time?

and one more question... are you really more comfortable away from home? because, as i recall, your kindergarten and 1st grade experiences would speak otherwise.