Almost everyone seems to get results that are a little startling. If nothing else, it's an interesting Rorschach self-test. (I wonder what Rorschach's rainbow would look like?)
Well, I got the Bat-Rainbow, so I'm totally cool with it. If we're going to rainbow Rorschach, we have to Rorschach the Question too.
"Your rainbow is shaded red.What is says about you: You are a passionate person. You appreciate energetic people. You get bored easily and want friends who will keep up with you."No surprises here.
How do these things work? Are they all pulling from some official personality test, or just making it up? There are SO many of these tests online.
I don't know. Probably, though, if one searched the internet, they'd find the 10 Basic Personality Tests listed somewhere, from which all of these various online tests are derived (I'm being a little ;-) here). After all, aren't there only 7 plots for all books/stories/movies, with evertything being just a variation of the 7? Or at least, that's what my high school & college teachers all told me.The scary part is that every one of these tests are true to some extent.(P.S. I actually wrote this 3.5 hrs ago, but just as I went to post it my ISP hiccupped & it just returned to the land of the living.)
But there must be, some basic set of tests based on color, or emotion, or yada yada yada that can be plugged in. I wonder if the string of colors at the end of this one was the only true part of the test, actually.
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