The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors (halfshellvenus) wrote,
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors

Meme-- which is partially dependent on the penchant for other memes!

Spied this over at unhobbityhobbit's journal, and thought "Why not?"

The Ultimate LiveJournal Obsession Test
CategoryYour ScoreAverage LJer
Community Attachment32.26%
There's something special about you. Every once in awhile, one of your topics gets everyone chatting.
Easily amused
Original Content53.23%
Using LiveJournal to express a few strong opinions
Psychodrama Quotient3.61%
Warning: Can Flame When Necessary
Attention Whoring20.45%
You do a little dance whenever someone friends you

The funny thing about the "Psychodrama" questions is that virtually all of them involved things I both avoid and fear like the plague. ;)

I rarely post about really troubling personal things (kind of a 'silent sufferer' in RL too, though), and am basically not the s**t-storm-creating type. There are times when I do post some heavy opinions, which, as far as I can tell, lead to actual discussions with people instead of shouting and "OMG— defrendz." I always come out of one of those discussion considering new ideas and viewpoints, so all to the good, I say!

But mostly I resist wankish stuff. Though I've been fighting the urge to do a post on the House, M.D. episode that involved Orthodox Judaism and had several aspects that bugged me. Might still do it yet...

Tags: meme

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