Describe your friend group:
a) Size: About four friends.
b) Do you consider the same people you a friend to be your friend? It depends, honestly.
c) Out of your friend group, about how many of them do you trust fully? One.
There is a large group project:
a) What role do you take in the group? I guess, maybe the person to come up with ideas and/or write stuff down. I’m not really sure. Definitely not the leader, though.
b) What do you do to complete the project? Help out wherever I can.
c) How do you and your partners interact? Well, I’m really quiet, so we probably won’t talk too much. To be honest, they would probably be a little annoyed and think I’m not contributing. But I’d try to keep us on good terms, and try to compromise to keep everybody happy.
All eyes are on you:
a) Why are people looking at you? I don’t know please stop looking at me
b) How do you feel? rEALLY UNCOMFORTABLE pLEASE STOP
You’re in trouble:
a) Why would you be in trouble? I don’t get in trouble all that often because I don’t like to draw attention to myself, but if I were...well, I was either caught swearing (c’mon, they’re just words) or somebody was being homophobic/transphobic or just ignorant (towards, say, LGBT+, depression, self harm, etc.)
b) Is anybody in trouble with you? It depends. If I got in trouble for swearing, probably not. If someone was being ignorant/queerphobic, yes, because we probably got in a heated argument or a fight. I don’t like to fight, and I hate conflict, but I will not hesitate to slap somebody if they’re being ignorant or queerphobic. If a family member or friend are in trouble with me, however, for whatever reason, I’ll take the fall and make sure nothing happens to them.
c) How do you interact with your superior who is lecturing you? Apologise, swear it won’t happen again, listen to them, etc.
Relationship with love:
a) Friendship Lots of joking and we talk quite a bit, though honestly I feel like it’s pretty one way sometimes. Only one of my friends responds to my texts (not to sound butthurt or anything it’s just annoying like please answer me what did i do wrong) and we might not show our affection too often, but we are kinda close. Not nearly as close as I’d like, but whatever.
b) Parental Well, my dad and I aren’t that close at all, kinda distant...but that’s because he’s always at work. My mum and I are relatively close, not super close like all “omg let’s go shopping” “omg guess what happened at school today” “oh my sATAN so-and-so did this” or anything, but we have a nice relationship.
c) Siblings Oh boy...well, I wish I could be closer with my little brother, but he’s extremely hard to be around. I can’t even begin to explain. He’s horribly judgmental, impatient, ungrateful...I’m just going to stop there, actually.
d) Significant other I don’t have one, but I suppose if I did...well, in a relationship, I’d be extremely cuddly and trustful. I don’t need that much attention, and I’m not super clingy, but I’d love cuddling and movie nights, as well as, like, bowling/laser tag/arcade stuff. So, yeah, that’s me in a relationship...not that I’ll ever have one...
a) Do you participate in clubs or sports? I used to be in art club, though I quit because it was causing my family too much hassle. But I’m not currently in any other clubs or sports because I hate everybody at my school. Well, almost everybody. And people just tire me.
b) Did people influence this choice? Yeah, I hate people, and it wasn’t convenient for my family.
a) Are people more likely to approach them, or have you approach them, or neither? I’m extremely introverted, so I’d say that people are more likely to approach me.
b) If people approach you, what do they usually want? Do you know them well? Oh, Satan, it really depends - I guess sometimes people want help/an opinion, but sometimes they just want small talk? And I guess I know them fairly well; not well enough to be, like, friends, but I have a general idea who they are/have a few classes with them.
c) How do you react to others during conversation? I’m more of a listener, so I’ll let them talk...I’ll nod, say “yeah” and stuff like that from time to time so they know I’m listening. However, I will chime in occasionally. It really depends what we’re talking about.
d) If two people are talking, but you have to ask one of them something, what do you do? Wait for them to finish and for one of them to acknowledge me. I’ll stand near them to make sure they see me, but I definitely won’t interrupt.
a) You need a group strategy, what do you do to help create one? Not only am I really bad at planning (I like to keep thing flexible), I also have horrible social anxiety, so I probably don’t say anything. Although, I guess I wouldn’t want anybody to be mad that I’m not participating, so I’ll try to make sure it’s not complete nonsense/really stupid.
b) There are couple “what if”s in the plan, what do you do? Nothing, that’s actually better, because then we’re more prepared.
c) Do your plans work most of the time? I don’t really make plans, so I couldn’t answer that.
You have an essay due:
a) You spot a grammatical error in the first paragraph, there might be more but the essay is due soon, what do you do? Grammar and spelling are important to me and I despise mistakes, so I’d go ahead and edit the entire essay. Maybe to speed it up, I’d use something like Grammarly, but I’d definitely make sure that I fix them.
b) You have to edit someone else’s essay, how well do you look it over? I’m extremely thorough. As I said before, spelling and grammar are important to me. Though, when I hand it back, I make sure they know that I didn’t mean to be, like, rude or anything.
c) Someone edits your essay, but they only leave one edit saying they liked the premise - how do you react? I thank them for the feedback and maybe get one or two other opinions (though probably from somebody I know well)
d) How close to the due date is it when you finish your essay? Likely 1-2 days. I procrastinate quite a bit. It’s a problem.
e) Is the essay perfect or good enough? Good enough, because nothing I do could be perfect. I’m self-depreciating like that
Hallway encounters: a pencil goes flying through the hall into oncoming traffic, you see it but the owner does not.
a) The owner’s friend was the one who threw the pencil, and the kid is looking for it, what do you do? If I can muster up the courage to interact with somebody I don’t know well, I’ll give it to them. Otherwise, I’ll keep my head down, pretend I didn’t see, and get to class.
b) The kid appears to have thrown it and someone trips on it, what do you do? One, I’m far too introverted to do anything. Two, I have to get to class. I’ll feel bad, but I can’t do much without getting trampled myself.
c) The kid dropped it and the kid is looking for it but another group of kids is kicking it further down the hall, what do you do? Whatever, the people at my school are stupid and I have to get to class. The kid’ll find another pencil, or they probably have another one.
d) The owner is looking for it but can’t find it, what do you do? Nothing, I have to get to class.
How you are seen
a) How do your peers describe you? Probably as rude or something along those lines, but I’m not, just really quiet/introverted. Also, one time somebody said I was smart? I’m not, but whatever.
b) How do teachers/adults describe you? I don’t know, I’m not them. One time my english teacher said I was quiet but had good ideas. My maths teacher probably thinks I’m stupid. Everybody else probably just thinks I’m weird.
c) How do your friends describe you? Shy, quiet, tall, and anything else, they don’t really say it to my face. Well, and one of my friends says I’m trash, but that’s an inside joke. Oh, and gay. She also says that I’m gay. I mean, she’s not wrong.
d) How does your family describe you? I wouldn’t know, I’m not them, but my brother thinks I’m annoying and rude. I just like to be alone. He doesn’t understand what that means.
e) How do you describe yourself? Do you really want me to answer that question? Not very nicely, that’s all I’m gonna say.
a) How often do you zone out? 8, I get lost in thought quite a bit and live in my own head.
b) How often do you think outside the box? 8, I’m quite creative.
c) How often do you get in arguments? 2, I hate conflict, but if somebody is being very close-minded and ignorant, well....
d) How often do others ask you for advice? 6. I don’t know why they would, but when I do give advice, I make sure they know I’m not qualified in case anything goes wrong.
e) How often do you take your own advice? 5
f) How often do you do something reckless? 0, I can barely talk to people, what makes you think I could be reckless? I overthink everything.
g) How often do you lose your temper? 3. Mostly it happens at home, because I’ll be tired from dealing with people and might snap. I’m usually pretty laid back and calm, though.
h) How often do you get emotional? 10, I’m extremely emotional. Once I cried because my brother broke my only pair of earbuds. Another time it was because I washed my second iPod on accident. You never know with me.
i) How often do you find yourself completely alone? 9, I love being alone and will do anything to get away from people.
j) How often do you find yourself outside? 6, I love to be outside, but then, there are people outside...I suppose it depends on how many people are out and if I can somewhere I can be alone with nature.
k) How often do you want to be with friends? 3. It’s nothing I have against them, but as I’ve said multiple times throughout this test, I highly dislike being around people.
a) What do you like to do in your free time? Listen to music, make music, write, read.
b) What are your study habits? I don’t usually study.
c) How well prepared are you every day? 6/10
d) Are you a morning person or a night person? Definitely a night person.
e) Just out of curiosity, what element do you think you will recieve? Hmm, I dunno. Maybe water or shadow?