Old 01-19-2019, 08:52 AM   #41
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no seriously where do i take the quiz in the article? i can't find where to start

*edit* oh i guess it doesn't work in firefox
the quiz is below the article in microsoft edge
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Old 01-19-2019, 09:09 AM   #42
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Openness to experience
gay out of 100
Agreeableness
gay out of 100
Conscientiousness
gay out of 100
Negative emotionality
gay out of 100
Extraversion
gay out of 100
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Old 01-19-2019, 09:16 AM   #43
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Openness to experience
gay out of 100
Agreeableness
gay out of 100
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gay out of 100
Negative emotionality
gay out of 100
Extraversion
gay out of 100
Is this your way of coming out
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Old 02-1-2019, 07:01 PM   #44
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openness to experience 79%
agreeableness 71%
conscientiousness 58%
negative emotionality 29%
extraversion 25%
High openness to experience: You’ve probably tried on several personal styles and hobbies during your life, and your curious brain is actively seeking new things to explore. Your identity may be flexible and open to change, but you’re likely to find success in careers that value that — the arts, for instance. Don’t trap yourself in a “Theater Kid” box, though. People with high openness also do well in careers that involve investigation and discovery. They might become scientists, lawyers or investigative journalists — basically weaponizing their intellectual curiosity and willingness to try new things and explore new ideas. Be aware, though, that dangerous drugs are among the things you’re more likely to be willing to try. Substance use disorders are a serious risk.

High agreeableness: You may feel a deep identification with the possibly-too-trusting, unfailingly polite and relentlessly helpful Ned Flanders. High agreeableness is associated with religiousness and with compassion. The highly agreeable aren’t merely the people feeding the hungry and building community — they’re often the ones leading the organizations that do those things. And the benefits of being agreeable start early. Highly agreeable kids are less likely to be bullied and are more likely to have strong relationships with peers. They do better in school. And some studies that have followed agreeable kids into adulthood found that their youthful good nature appears to be predictive of success in school, work and relationships. Things look pretty goodily-woodily for you, neighboreeno.

Moderate conscientiousness: The highly conscientious are detail-oriented goal-setters who dot their i’s, cross their t’s and keep detailed spreadsheets of all the times they did that. They tend to do well at work, be productive at home and lean toward being religious. People with low conscientiousness, on the other hand, are slovenly types who smoke and drink and tend to not finish the chores they said they’d get done. There are benefits and drawbacks to people on both ends of the spectrum, but if we had to choose a roommate, we’d pick you — someone in the middle.

Low negative emotionality: People who score on the higher end of this trait are plagued by anxiety, sadness, anger and conflict. But not you. You whistle while you work, even if the rest of the office is glaring into their fourth cup of coffee. There’s such a thing as being too cheerful, because sadness and anxiety are things that help us learn from our mistakes. But low negative emotionality is generally associated with good things. For instance, at work, it correlates with job satisfaction, commitment to the organization and a tendency to happily stay in one job for a long time without burning out. That doesn’t necessarily mean you’re doing a great job, mind you. (It’s the highly conscientious people who consistently do well at work.) But, by god, you likely feel good about the job you do and financially secure in it.

Low extraversion: We live in a society that generally values and rewards extraversion, and that can make life tough for a more withdrawn person. Science tends to emphasize the downer aspects of your personality — you probably have difficulty making friends and finding people to date, for instance. You might also have a low opinion of your own looks. But being an introvert isn’t all bad. Some scientists think low extraversion has protected humans from disease — you can’t pick up a bug from people if you avoid people. And one study even found a lower prevalence of extraversion in places where contagious diseases were historically common. One of the best bits of advice for the less extraverted is to find spaces where they get to live the way they want and where their personalities are valued. That’s probably why being less extraverted is correlated with choosing, and excelling at, jobs that require working alone. And there is a higher prevalence of introverts in the American West. Have you considered a career in ranching?
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Openness to experience
96 out of 100
Agreeableness
79 out of 100
Conscientiousness
50 out of 100
Negative emotionality
13 out of 100
Extraversion
58 out of 100

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Old 02-2-2019, 11:06 AM   #46
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Let me try this...

Openness to experience
33 out of 100
Agreeableness
71 out of 100
Conscientiousness
38 out of 100
Negative emotionality
25 out of 100
Extraversion
42 out of 100

I don't know what any of this means but alright. I do tend to be more accepting so I guess that's what "Agreeableness" is all about.
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Old 02-2-2019, 03:47 PM   #47
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Openness to experience
71 out of 100
Agreeableness
46 out of 100
Conscientiousness
8 out of 100
Negative emotionality
96 out of 100
Extraversion
21 out of 100

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openness to experience
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agreeableness
46 out of 100
conscientiousness
13 out of 100
negative emotionality
71 out of 100
extraversion
21 out of 100

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Extroverts on this site bullshit lol
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openness to experience
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agreeableness
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Old 02-5-2019, 11:59 AM   #51
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agreeableness
75 out of 100
conscientiousness
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Old 02-7-2019, 04:09 PM   #52
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Openness to experience 92 out of 100
Agreeableness 54 out of 100
Conscientiousness 42 out of 100
Negative emotionally 92 out of 100
Extraversion 25 out of 100

hmmm pretty much what i'd expect
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Coming out as gay? No, I'm just gay/100
You make other people with that preference look bad then, oops.
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Openness to experience
75 out of 100
Agreeableness
54 out of 100
Conscientiousness
46 out of 100
Negative emotionality
54 out of 100
Extraversion
58 out of 100

I'm a good person and an asshole at the same time.
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Old 02-13-2019, 01:10 PM   #56
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I don't have a personality
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