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Posted: 15 December 2011 at 7:57pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by DMKJ_VB

i loved ur topic Janki...unusual and interesting..
thanks for the complimentTongue
when i saw bats..the first thing that came to my mind was vampires.and that freaked me out a little.but ya, bats r cool otherwise! I am sure i am a normal Bat and not a bloodsucker!LOL
ya, it is creepy how most of the info matches!
 
Yeah, these animals in the quiz are very unique...not the usual animals one would idenify themselves with, lol. Maybe that's why the descriptions kind of fit.

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Posted: 15 December 2011 at 8:00pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by AishuJSKfan

So apparently I'm a snake. Confused
Well, actually, once I read the description, that seems pretty accurate.
I am a bit quite and only open with my family, but that's mostly because of moving around so much. But yeah, so I'm a snake!
But the "unskilled laborer" part was quite discouraging. Want to be an economist when I grow up. hehe

Snake

Genus and species:
Dasypeltis scabra

Collective Term:
A twist of snakes

Careers and Hobbies
Writer
Artist
Psychoanalyst
Food industry
Philosophy
Swimming
Sculpture
Debating
Astrology
Famous Snakes
Woody Allen

Pity the cold-blooded snakes. Without arms, wings or flippers, they are forced to slink through life in a solitary quest for warmth and acceptance. Shy and insecure, they must keep a low profile to avoid the disapproving glances and teasing of others. Of course, their poisonous wit and quick tongues help to keep tormentors at bay.

As a child its small frame was no defense against the taunts of the playground bullies, so its sharply vicious attacks were adopted as means of protection. Snakes have no illusions about getting breaks in life and while they see doors opening for others, they have resigned themselves to staying in their lowly, entry level positions. So don't try and humor the snake, for it has reconciled itself to its subservient position.

With their intimate connection to the earth and their unique perspective on life, snakes have learned to express themselves through their art. Whether writers, moviemakers or painters, they are obsessively meticulous about their craft. Every now and then, one makes an impact on the art world and is thrust into the spotlight. But the snake recoils from the glare of publicity, and its behavior becomes even more erratic than usual. Woody Allen, the proverbial snake, comes to mind.

In winter, the cold-blooded snake is miserable. It just can't cope in the low temperature that seeps in through its thin skin, affecting its mood and sapping its energy. Prone to colds and flu, they are pathetic sights as they snivel and cough throughout the season. But when summer returns with its warmth and light, the snakes' moods brighten and their spirits soar.

Snakes are not fussy about their choice of jobs. As cold blooded personalities they perform best when given warmth and kindness and will accept almost any job, provided they feel secure. However, if they feel mistrusted, they live up to their reputation and return the disloyalty. Consequently, they are often relegated to menial jobs in the fast-food industry or as unskilled labor.



 
Don't worry, the job descriptions didn't really fit me, either. I'm a very psychological/philosophical kind of person, and all those jobs were kind of...um...too meticulous and organized I guess, if that makes sense. Not that psychology is a disorganized type of field, but there's definitely a lot of theory involved and none of the jobs listed for me fit my personality even a bit.
 
In fact, your hobbies/career seem a lot like what I'd like, lol! Isn't that weird? Maybe I took the quiz wrong or something... 


Edited by JanakiRaghunath - 15 December 2011 at 8:01pm

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thanks for the pm janu di, i have peacock characteristics hmmm... mayuriSmile

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ROOSTERLOLLOL
 
Genus and Species:
Gallus gallus

Collective Term:
A brood of roosters

Careers and Hobbies
Broadcaster
Insurance agent
Medical
Actor
Editor
Journalist
Eating out
Socializing
Shopping
Music
Famous Roosters
PT Barnum
Dennis Rodman
Prince
Roosters are those talented, creative, but somewhat eccentric people who make life interesting for the rest of us. Their bird-like minds are always on the lookout for stimulation and roosters display the characteristically high-energy behavior of their species. They are artistic, creative and sophisticated, with a thorough knowledge of fine wines, cooking, writing, theater and painting.

Roosters exhibit a decided theatrical streak as they strut their stuff in the latest fashions. Craving attention, their show-off attitude sometimes generates criticism from those close to them, and the need to be the center of attention permeates every aspect of their busy life. When it comes to clothes, furniture and cars they only purchase the highest quality items and their excessive spending can land them in financial disarray.

Roosters are in big demand at parties. With a witty repartee and an ability to mix easily, they flirt shamelessly while reveling in the glow of the spot-light. Concerned about how they are perceived by others, they are only happy if people are talking to or about them.

The rooster's active mind is always working on a way to create more drama in its life. Offsetting a feisty and competitive nature is a secretive and aloof side that manifests itself when it feels insecure. And yet, a rooster is a solid friend. Their blunt approach, while sometimes hurtful and tactless, can always be counted on to be honest and frank.

Subscribing to the early bird maxim, roosters rise a little earlier than their competition and could even be accused of having their fingers in too many pies. The world is so fascinating to the rooster that settling down into any one career would be impossibly constricting. Unfortunately, their earning potential can suffer in a competitive world that rewards specialization. But roosters will succeed when they choose a career that presents a variety of challenges, such as medicine, publishing, journalism or acting.

As a salesperson, a rooster is without equal and can sell anything from real estate to used cars. A hard worker with a keen eye for detail, its creativity and dedication make it a wonderful employee. As a manager or business owner, however, a rooster is finicky and picky and tends to alienate subordinates with unrelenting enthusiasm. It is also not a particularly strong team player, and the perceived self-absorbed and sanctimonious attitude breeds resentment.

well actually It suits me wellLOLLOLExcept the flirting partOuchI DON'T FLIRT WITH GUYSLOL

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Porcupine

Genus and species:
Hystrix cristata

Collective Term:
A prickle of porcupines

Careers and Hobbies
Collections agent
Bureaucrat
Administrator
Politician
Reading
Painting
Movies
Gossip
Photography
Famous Porcupines
Don Rickles
Joan Rivers
Bobcat Goldthwaite

Porcupines are physically small individuals with an over-abundance of attitude. Probably due to their lack of self-esteem, they have a tendency to seek comfort by putting others down and wit, sarcasm and ridicule are the primary weapons of its oftentimes disagreeable personality. Its reputation as a backstabber is somewhat undeserved, although it has no problem with gossiping about friends and foe alike.

In defense of the porcupine's actions, its barbs are not designed to cause permanent harm. Instead, they're intended as a preemptive attack to protect its own sensitive feelings, and if anyone is wounded by its thorny words the porcupine is quick to come to its victim's aid.

Like other rodent personalities, porcupines are opportunists and are resourceful and creative in their endeavors. Adept at taking advantage of others' mistakes, they are the first to jump on the bandwagon when an opportunity arises.

With their consciously minimalist lifestyle, porcupines' financial needs are limited to the bare essentials of living and their homes are unadorned but functional.

Unambiguous loners, porcupines prefer jobs that reward individual effort and avoid manual labor or work that demands mental concentration. However, if it's lucky enough to find a job that requires a biting tongue, it performs above the call of duty.

The porcupine displays the characteristically sharp mind and opportunistic lifestyle of the rodent personalities, but unable to function successfully in social situations it is limited in its career choices. Of course, a job like postal worker, DMV employee, and IRS agent, matches its prickly personality perfectly.



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