I'm Hap, Hap, Happy (But, I'm not a Loman)

By Tim Butler | Posted at 21:24
Another interesting quiz from Christopher. What are you? (20 asisaid points good in the next Challenge if you can explain the title without Googling for it.)

Your Social Dysfunction:

You're a happy person - you have a good amount of self-esteem, and are socially healthy. While this isn't a social dysfunction per se, you're definitely not normal. Consider yourself lucky: you walk that fine line between 'normal' and being outright narcissistic. You're rare - which is something else to be happy about.

Take this quiz at QuizGalaxy.com

Please note that we aren't, nor do we claim to be, psychologists. This quiz is for fun and entertainment only. Try not to freak out about your results.

Web poll result

Waaaaay off.

Your Social Dysfunction:
You are very self-important, preoccupied with success fantasies, expect special treatment and lack interpersonal empathy.

I know its just a dumb internet thing but some of the questions did not allow for a middle ground. For example, “If you are working in a group, how do you act?” The choices were “Im quiet and I let the others take over” or “I take charge.”

Neither of which is fitting. I personally would start out quiet and see how the group functions. If things are going smoothly and we are progressing, I would not change state. If no one was taking charge and the group was idle I would step forward and try to assume the lead in order to get things back on track.

Posted by Mark - Jan 30, 2006 | 13:21

Re: I'm Hap, Hap, Happy (But, I'm not a Loman)

You can see my results at my blog. I need some help.

Posted by Michael - Jan 30, 2006 | 22:29

Re: I'm Hap, Hap, Happy (But, I'm not a Loman)

Does the reference have something to do with Death of a Salesman?

Posted by Christopher - Jan 30, 2006 | 23:56

Re: I'm Hap, Hap, Happy (But, I'm not a Loman)

Mark: Sounds like you need to go see a psychologist, if you can quit thinking about yourself long enough to do so. :razz:

Michael: Sheesh — maybe you can go with Mark. :roll:

Christopher: You're the proud owner of 20 shiny new asisaid points and they aren't fake ones from Ben. :grin:

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