20 March 2006

Piggin' 'Eck

I stole this link from Miss Cellania. It claims to test your personality (and a little more than that, it seems) based on your sketch of a pig.

Here are my results:
(Click on the picture to enlarge.)

I only drew the face, but I thought it was rather cute. I'm just grateful there were no connotations also attached to having a pig with no torso!

Your pig has no body: you are a hopeless daydreamer with no grasp of, or appreciation for reality.

You think?


fineartist said...

So I guess you will be drawing that tail in there in the future...maybe? Heh, hehe.

Mine said I am a realist
I avoid some discussions--sure I'm a runner.
Emo and niave here too, risk taker--sure I'm a doer, think later. Rarely think when emo, well straight anyway.
Stubborn and stick to my ideals.
Good listener.
Huge tail, heheh.

Miss Cellania said...

Hey! When I first took this test a couple of years ago, it didn't have those fancy Zipperfish graphics!

My results said I have a lousy sex life. Duh. Tell me something I DON'T know!

jane said...

You gave that pig a really cute face. I love the fact that they're using pigs for this, absolutely adorable!

Badaunt said...

I always draw pigs with a little curly tail. If I take the test will it tell me I have a little curly sex life?

zilla said...

Well, you have no sex life and I have a poor sex life. WHich one of us is happier?

Bloody pig!

ella m. said...

It says that I'm a stubborn realist who argues often and is a good listener.

that's just about right.

The next bit is so far wrong:
Facing left, you believe in tradition, are friendly, and remember dates (birthdays, etc.)

I forget dates daily (half the time I don't even know what date it is), and could not exactly be described as friendly ( I tend to accidentally intimadate people ) and couldn't be bother with most traditions ( that could be a post unto itself)

However the innacuracies may be due to the fact that I am quite possibly the world's worst visual artist.

Cheryl said...

Ah, Ella,
It rather depends whether they ask if the pig is looking to 'the' left or right (of the page) or looking to 'his' left or right.

Oh dear, why did I assume any cartoon pig would be male? I must be sexist after all.