|Location:|| United States|
|Ethnicity:||White..or Caucasian |
- Cats...they are awesome
- Detroit Lions...their era is approaching
- Math...it is fun... Deal.
- Ranting...esp. on facebook
- Lolcats...see cats
- FAIL BLOG
- This site
- Kitty cats!
- Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart
- the Packers, Bears, and Vikings.
- Getting up early ~9AM, heh. Sleep=good...
- Uhh...this spot is filler.
- First Person Shooters.
- GUM CHEWING
- LOUD GUM CHEWING
- GUM CHEWING THAT IS LOUDER THAN A JET
- Yay I filled up my likes and dislikes :D
- I think I might be mildly-moderately co-dependent. I'm not really sure. It's a self-diagnosis, I guess... The more I read about it the more I feel like I'm probably co-dependent. Is the word co-dependent supposed to be hyphenated?
My vital stats. I try really hard to finish things, but I usually forget about it... A few are done here...
I don't think I;m much to look at. I'm not "hideous", but I'm not much of a chick magnet. I set this to "average" at first, but then I got a few pimples which I assume would knock me down a peg. They're almost gone now, so I might set this to "average" some time soon.
I'm not that physically fit. I'm pretty slow in running and I cannot lift much weight. I would rather open up a math book than go to the gym, and for that reason I'm scrawny. I'm not unfit in the "overweight" snese, but rater in the "weak" sense. I do play tennis somewhat seriously, though, and am on the varsity team at my high school. Though tennis is more of a mental game than a physical game, it's about outwitting an opponent more than outright smashing the ball. Though I've really beefed up lately to a whopping 5'10 (maybe 5'11) and a hefty 118 pounds.
In my circle of friends I'm accepted, and I can definitely talk to people outside my circle of friends. However, I am not smooth with the ladies by any means, though I'm not a complete nervous wreck. I can fit into conversations pretty well, especially if I know the people involved. "average" is probably a good term to use here. I fit in pretty well in academic groups, such as with my friends when we're studying, looking at Youtube videos, or just chatting, but pretty passive in some of the other social groups.
A hard term to define. I guess this would be "below average", bordering on "poor". When I was in fourth grade after switching schools a lot (not because I wasn't accepted in the schools, but because my father's job location changed often), I was basically friendless. I gained a friend, then two, then three, and so on and so forth, but my primary high school stereotype would be "math nerd". Personally, I'm happy with that stereotype, as I do enjoy math, and I guess that makes me cool in a sense. Still, if I'm not in the "in" crowd, I cannot consider myself "that" cool. Below average and content with it.
"Poor". I'm terribly nervous despite my primary temperament, but I try not to let it bother me. I'm quite passive outside my circle of friends, and I can never trust my own decisions. Speaking of decision making, I'm terribly indecisive. I don't like to make decisions that another would not be content with, as I try to please everybody. I try to stand up for myself, but it usually doesn't accomplish anything. I should be a little more confident.
I'm a fifteen year old American boy. How independent can I be? Answer: not very. Moving on.
I put "above average". Tolerance can be split up into two categories (or would they be sub-categories???): tolerance of others and tolerance of actions. I make the occasional racist joke, but make sure nobody will be very offended when I do so. Moderation, right? I will let others into my circle of friends, and I consider someone a friends of mine after a short time knowing them. I make little discernment about the physical aspects of people (I do not see white people as better than black people, men better than women or vice versa, etc.), and I try to tolerate others. If this meant tolerance of alcohol, I don't really know. Tolerance of actions, however, is less.I have my pet peeves, as I'm sure we all do, and that detracts a lot from my tolerance score.
I was about to use a generic "average" because I was unsure how to define or quantify empathy, but after reading the description provided by this site, I have to put "above average". Probably should be higher, but I like putting near-average scores because I have to brag about myself, or even mention my past successes (except in few cases when I was younger). But I digress. I'm pretty empathetic, and I try to live by Christian doctrine with the whole "love your neighbor" statement. In earlier 2011 I would have been much less empathetic, but I've gotten much more involved in my religion recently and it's made me feel more empathetic towards others. I start asking myself, "what if that happened to me" when I do something.
Average. Hell, I don't know.