Sparkling Personalities

July 4th, 2008 by Melina

Happy Fourth of July!

Hello Everybody!

I hope you’re all having a lovely holiday weekend.  Me, I’m just at home.  The rain is making me sleepy.

So.  I took this firework themed personality test, and the results cracked me up.  Read on:


What These Fireworks Say About You

You are jubilant and easily excited.       

While you aren’t very intense or passionate, your happiness is abundant. 

You can always find cause to celebrate, laugh, or even just smile to yourself.

You find that life is full of things to be happy about!



Not intense and passionate?  Hello, I’m a writer!  More importantly, I’m Greek.  Smiling to myself?  Please. More like clenching my jaw. Life full of things to be happy about?  Well, that may be true, but isn’t complaining way more fun?  

But the easily excited part is actually true.  Sometimes, believe it or not, I’m surprisingly easy to please.  For example, plugins and widgets have been known to provide me with at least a week’s worth of endorphins.

But enough about me.

Whatever you’re doing today, enjoy!

And if you have a moment, you can take the test for yourself:  The Fireworks Test

Oh, and in other news, you can now follow me on Twitter.


Posted in Quizzes

One Response

  1. Ilana

    Okay, here’s my results:

    “You are focused, single minded, and intense.
    You don’t let others see your intensity often, and when they do, they are quite surprised.

    You burn brightly, but you also burn steadily.
    You have the endurance to get the one thing you desire most.”

    Well, its not realy all that far off. But I have to say that family life tends to prevent much single mindedness.

    I burn brightly. Hmm. Close to burnout sometimes…

    And it would be nice if I could figure out what the one thing I desire most is. Maybe its publication. That would be nice.

    Bit like a fortune cookie, isn’t it?

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