mon oink-oink

I drew a pig. No, really I did. I went to this site, & drew a pig. Wanna see it? Here it is:

So, anyway, after drawing “mon oink-oink” (this is what I very affectionately refer to my lil piggy-wiggy as), they do a personality profile thing. Now, of course, I’m sure that this is, like, totally accurate! Here’s what it said about me. I emphasized my answers.

WAIT!!! Before you keep reading, if you are planning on doing this for the personality test aspect, STOP NOW, & go draw your own piggy 1st. I mean it! Otherwise, I’ll know you’re one of those ppl who cheat & look at the answers in the back of those Cosmo quizes while you’re taking the quiz & adjust your responses so you get the results you were after. Yes, I do know you better than you thought, huh?!?

You drew the pig:
Toward the top of the paper, you are positive and optimistic.
Toward the middle, you are a realist.
Toward the bottom, you are pessimistic, and have a tendency to behave negatively.

Facing left, you believe in tradition, are friendly, and remember dates (birthdays, etc.)
Facing right, you are innovative and active, but don’t have a strong sense of family, nor do you remember dates
Facing front, you are direct, enjoy playing devil’s advocate and neither fear nor avoid discussions.

With many details, you are analytical, cautious, and distrustful.
With few details, you are emotional and naive, they care little for details and are a risk-taker.
This details one, I didn’t know if I added details or not. I mean, I didn’t put in a puddle ‘o mud or any grass, but I did define the ears, & put a certain swirl to the tail. Does that count as details or not? I want to think so, but I feel like a fraud saying so b/c deep down inside, I know that they’re not real details. I mean, have you ever seen a pig w/out ears or a swirly tail? Yeah, I didn’t think so. sigh.

With less than 4 legs, they are insecure or are living through a period of major change.
With 4 legs showing, they are secure, stubborn, and stick to their ideals.

The size of the ears indicates how good a listener you are.
The bigger the better. You drew medium sized ears, you are a good listener

The length of the tail indicates the quality of your sex life.
And again more is better! You drew large tail, WOW!
In reality, I just felt the tail wasn’t swirly enough, so I kept adding to it to make it swirlier.

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4 thoughts on “mon oink-oink

  1. Hey, lady, I drew a pig with no legs and no tail…apparently I am insecure or living through a major change and I have no sex life. Oh, the inaccuracies of these silly personality tests. AND my pig was very undetailed which isn’t very like me but it was not easy drawing the pig due to a crappy mouse. Anyway, thanks for the fun diversion.
    PS I like the new website layout (it would’ve taken me 7 days!)

  2. Hey, email me your pig!!! I wanna see it.

    And if everyone else wants to email their pigs to me too, I’ll create our own personal pig gallery! Ooouu, please do it! I totally am excited about the pig drawrings now!

  3. I bit and drew a pig too … I’ll email it asap.

    Umm, I don’t buy the personality test portion of this … but I had fun drawing a pig. Hah.

  4. Yeah, v, I don’t buy into the accuracy of the personality test either. I meant the “accuracy” thing sarcastically. Just like I’m sooo sure those Cosmo quizzes are accurate.

    But the pigs are great! You have no idea how hard it was for me NOT to use MS Paint to color the pig in after I saved it!

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