Friday, April 03, 2009

Compared to Sylvia Plath...

This morning as I was checking my email and other networking sites, I found that my two sisters sent me a quiz to take on facebook. It’s called, “Which Crazy Bitch are You?” I personally think these tests are idiotic and time wasters, but for the love of amusement, I did it anyway. Here was the result:

You are Sylvia Plath
"You are one intense bitch. You are almost abnormally introspective but this is where your abundant creativity flows from. You love handsome, brilliant, creative genius types but you pay the price when their egos and lustful ways cause them to betray you. You are a very intelligent, classy lady with a black streak and can be very emotional at times. You do have a bit of a morbid side but your words often lead you to be misunderstood as a dark figure but that is just how you protect your soft mushy insides."

If anyone knows me on a personal level, you’re probably laughing and nodding your head right now. I cannot believe how accurate these tests are with just a few questions that enable this thing to hit my personality right on the nose.

The Abnormally Introspective Deb:
I think too much, I feel too much and I overanalyze everything to death. Sometimes I’m not sure whether or not I drum up the drama just to create the energy that enables me to write, compose music and work on other medias of art on a subconscious level. I guess most artists are dramatic and deep. I have a lighter side to me, but I may come across bitchy, more more so, sarcastic. I am drawn to the beautiful creative genius types, and have been hurt in the past by their egos and lustful ways, however I think I have found a happy medium with my wife...unless there is something I don’t know about.  My words can definitely be misconstrued and often at times, I say things out of anger due to my self-defense mechanism. It’s a flaw I’ve been working on. I sometimes use humor to defuse stressful situations or conflicts. Sometimes that may come across as “uncaring”. I do have “soft mushy insides” that people have no idea about. That’s hard to even admit. My mushy side usually comes out when it’s much too late. By then, the person offended may chuck it up to: “she’s just a bitch”.

Thank God Madelene knows me well enough to understand my outer shell that protects me so well. We’ve been through thick and thin and she has proven to me that her love is unconditional. Needless to say that doesn’t mean she sits back and takes my b/s - she’s one tough cookie and I love her for that.

The Morbid Side of Deb:
When I read or hear the words of Sylvia Plath, I envision myself: politically incorrect, always questioning religion, controversial and opinionated with episodes of depression as well as contemplations of suicide (with a stronger willpower not to), however, as you know my faith in God is a bit more reliant, yet I still question everything, which keeps me grounded in hopes for a better future. My past may torment me from time to time, but I snap out of it easier than Plath would have...or should have.  

It was a fun and entertaining test to say the least.  I would hate to have an online networking site analyze my psyche, however it was a bit uncanny for me not to post this up.  

I dare you to take the test and find out which type you are!