Saturday, June 03, 2006
Fun Time: Draw A Pig!
It was a "test" given in a class I took about a year ago and I ran across it the other day.
Materials you will need for the test: one blank piece of paper and a pen or pencil.
Okay. Even if you don't consider yourself much of an artist, draw a picture of a pig.
That's it...to the best of your ability, draw a pig.
No, it DOESN'T have to look like Good Ol' Porky, either.
Just draw a pig to the best of your ability.
When you're done click on the Comments section for the analysis on how to interpret the results of your drawing!
Where on the piece of paper did you draw the pig?
Near the top of the page indicates you generally have a positive outlook.
Near the middle of the page indicates you are a realist.
Near the bottom of the page indicates you trend toward being pessimistic.
If your pig (head/face) is facing Left on the paper you value tradition, you are friendly and are able to remember the dates of special events such as birthdays and anniversaries of those close to you.
If you drew the pig to face you, head on, you are fearless, direct and enjoy playing the devil's advocate.
If you drew the pig facing to the right side of the paper you are innovative, creative and don't remember the dates of special events like birthdays and anniversaries.
If your pig is drawn with details (feet, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, etc.) you are organized, detailed and conscientious.
If your pig is drawn in a rudimentary way (lacking details) you are impulsive and a risk taker.
If you drew the pig with all four of its legs you are secure, stubborn (in a good way) and you stick to your ideals and beliefs.
If you drew less than four legs, you are less secure, more impulsive and tend not to stick to any long held ideals or beliefs.
Ears: The bigger the ears that you drew, the better a listener you are. It's funny how many people in the class with me simply forgot all about the ears. Did you remember them?
Tail: The tail and the size of the tail you drew (a short curly tail or a longer curly tail), indicates your satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with your sex life.
My pig was detailed, faced left, had all four legs, medium to large ears and...a very healthy tail. Did you forget the tail? Ouch!
Don't read too much into the pig that you drew. Although mine did face left, I'm terrible at remembering birthdays, anniversaries and other significant dates.
So what did your pig look like? Anyone want to comment on their pig drawing and its results?
Okay... is that REALLY your pig?? Uhhh... where's it's tail?
Facing Left - value tradition, you are friendly and are able to remember the dates of special events such as birthdays and anniversaries of those close to you.
Usually two days after they have occured.
Drawn with details - organized, detailed and conscienzious.
All four of its legs - secure, stubborn (in a good way) and you stick to your ideals and beliefs.
I give it my best shot.
Ears - Big ears... big listener.
Sometimes I need to stop listening and just say something. :)
Tail - satisfied, thank you very much.
You're drawing sounds close to mine. I couldn't believe how many people in the class I was in forgot the ears.
I'm no expert in analyzing other peoples' pig drawings, just put it up for some fun. Funny, too, I saw in my tracker someone did a search on 'pig drawing' and a bunch of other blogs are running the same quiz! Was unbeknowst to me. Unless I'm doing a Blogworth piece, I never visit other blogs before posting an item. I don't want to be accused of ripping off or stealing someone else's idea.
Thanks for visiting and the comments, as always. Take care!
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