Personality Profile  

smartnfun1961 55M
36 posts
12/2/2005 9:58 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Personality Profile

About five years ago I had to take a personality test at work. Promised myself I'd never quit my current job just so I'd never have to take another one. I pretty much abhor those tests. Mostly they are tedious and uninteresting.

But for some reason I just took the one offered on this site (bored, I guess). And it comes back with an assessment that I'm a "Scholar".

Well, damn, that's exactly right. I'm quite intellectual and enjoy the life of the mind immensely. (Even have a Ph.D., but rarely admit it for all the obvious reasons.) And I really enjoy the company of an intelligent woman.

So I'm reading through the profile produced for scholars and it says at the end to go to places where I'm likely to meet such women. And I'm thinking, "Right, where is that?" And it says, "The Internet."

Uhh. OK. Calling all ladies out there who are scholars, or any of those other "compatible" types with scholar-types (notice I put "compatible" in scare-quotes). Gimme a shout. Love to hear from you, talk to you.

Don't worry. I'm not holding my breath on this one. . .

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
12/3/2005 4:09 am

Extremely interesting.. I happen to love those tests. Self knowledge is empowering. However, I also empower myself to study others as much.. People, and the complexities of their minds, desires, hopes, fears, experiences, etc. fascinate me. They are, as I am, what an artist would call a "muse." The contrasts of color, light, texture is even more arousing when in the multi-dymentional aspect of the human psyche. Nothing in the world could be more fascinating to me. Having said that, everything is fascinating to me.

I am especially pleased to see that "schoolars" are indicated as an immediate supply from the internet. In my little corner of the world, I am perceived to be an information junky, probably needing a 12 step program in their minds. I let that slide off. I know with knowledge comes power. With power and knowlege comes understanding, and, an ability to influence greater causes, which affect more than my own little corner of the world.

Intelligence is the key to my emotions, so those tests have indicated. Hmmmmmmm?

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
12/3/2005 4:12 am

Perhaps it is too late, or early, to have sent prior to review. ::sigh:: My apologies for the errors.

rm_lickmepretty 51F
851 posts
12/3/2005 6:18 am

Hi, welcome to blog!

Are you aware there is a new group created for bloggers and their readership to meet and frolic in the chat room? (A place for serious discussion as well)

A group where interesting blog posts will be “spot-lighted” along with the links of how to get there. A place where new kids on the block can actually get seen as well as the predominant “hierarchy”.

A place where ideas can flow--from suggested blog topics, to writing "critiques", to directions on how to better use the elements of color, photos, and font style/size to make your blog more eye appealing; as well as instructions on how to better use linking to other posts.

A place where writers (non-bloggers as well) who are interested in “creative” writing to post some of their works; as well as joining in on some of our “creative writing games” as well.

Being that this is an adult site, we will also have a group post running where writers and their followers can indicate where they're from so maybe you might actually be able to meet some folk "local" to you.

Flirtatious banter is encouraged--crude obscene assaults will not be tolerated and are subject to deletion.

So...Stop in and have a little fun over your cup o' joe!

Here is a link to the group Blog Cafe, look forward to meeting you there!

smartnfun1961 55M
30 posts
12/3/2005 1:26 pm

A Muse??? OK, I'm now picking myself up off floor. Fabulous. Would you believe that just last night I was perusing through Plato's The Republic (get it? see the title of my personal Blog).

Very nice to meet you, Secret Keeper.

I agree that self knowledge is empowering. I call it being a reflective individual. And, well, I've got that in spades. Sounds like you do, too.

And I agree with you, too, that nothing is more erotic than staring straight, and deeply, into someone's soul (ok, that's how I put your "multi-dimensional. . .human psyche").

So, you like to study people and the complexities of the minds, hopes, fears, desires, etc.? Well, lady, pull up a chair and get comfortable. I'll give you plenty to consider, if you want.

And as for your dare, I'd love to take you up on that. Lemme know.

Oh, and never apologize for typos committed at 4:00am.

SecretKeeperr 48F
56 posts
12/7/2005 3:01 am


Gotta adore a man who gracefully overlooks typos at 4:00 AM

::wicked grin::

I'm comfortable. You promised plenty to consider.

I'm waiting..

smartnfun1961 55M
30 posts
12/7/2005 3:28 pm

Big Smile. . . OK, but you have to do your part, too. Remember, you're the Muse.

So I'll start off, but you have to jump in and provide insight, wisdom, knowledge, and all manner of deliciously erotic commentary.

And, oh-so-slowly, start to reveal some secrets. Come to think of it, slowly revealing your secrets is a lot like being slowly and sensually undressed by your lover, where you are slowly revealed and made accessible - and exposed to the most tender kisses, wild ravishings, and satisfying pleasures.

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