To fully understand my mindset and my ability to stubbornly cling to beliefs, I took a personality quiz with 16 Personalities. After answering 100 questions, far more than my limited attention span was prepared for, I finally got my result. The Logician, which makes sense because that sounds pretentious enough for me to associate myself with it.
The Logician, per the 16 Personalities website, makes up only three percent of the population because what I needed was for my ego to be fed even more. I’ve often been described as looking like I’m always bored and lost in my thought, which is usually correct, but apparently so is three percent of the population so stand firm brothers and sisters, victory will soon be ours.
Moving on to my strengths and weaknesses, I score high with abstract thought, creativity, and being objective based, but no one cares about that because we all want to see what I’m bad at, so let’s take a look. I have a great many weaknesses, so I’m gonna focus on the ones that I think are funny, starting with my insensitivity. I am very cold to most people, and not always the first to sympathize naturally with someone so we can check that one off the list of reasons I only have four friends.
Absent-mindedness might be my most abundant trait. I’ve often had people tell me something directly to my face, and I didn’t hear a single word they said because I was thinking something else. Even throughout working on this blog post, I’ve distracted myself numerous times with my own thoughts and pointless actions as a way to procrastinate and think about
Second-guessing is also a flaw, an odd one given that my arrogance doesn’t allow for others to have the jump on me. I basically can’t let myself to be wrong while also continually telling myself that I am in fact, incorrect in my assumption, furthering my journey to my inevitable descent to insanity.
Now, being the perfectionist I am, I have to fact check and make sure I have the correct information. Using the Who Am I? personality quiz, I got The Star Gazer, to which my results were similar, and my impending identity crisis will only be minuscule in comparison to a more drastic change.
Ultimately, The Logician fits who I am perfect. I’ll probably spend the rest of the time I have left after writing this piece to further seclude myself from other people while I working on other projects since at some point I started to care about the work I do. Oh, how things have changed.