Survey doojit From (and created by) Kathryn…

What makes you feel…

Spending time with someone I care about. Good music. Both of these have the ability to raise my spirits.

Thinking about my dad, and his illness.
New creative input. A new song, film, book, comic, picture – anything can get me terribly excited. I’m also a car/bike geek enough that, given the right stimulous I can get excited about bits arriving (Oooh! A new distributor…). And with the current situation, progress on my house makes me excited.
Pretty much nothing makes me furious. I can be quite annoyed by things, but very little actually makes me shouting and kicking things angry. Usually, if anything does it’s myself – usually when I’m trying to do something practical, make a bit of a mess of it, get annoyed at myself, make things worse and then end up shouting/swearing at [the object] when really I’m shouting/swearing at myself. I am best avoided during these moments. As I get older they get less common, although I can still reach the stage of hopping around and kicking mechanical objects.

I very rarely get upset at people. And when I do, I tend to go quiet.


The destruction of civil liberties, and our willing loss of them. The destruction and privatisation of the NHS by various governments. The inequalities that exist in this world because of sex/gender/race/colour/sexuality.
Spending time with Kathryn; my family; my friends. All of them make me feel loved :-)

Interviews. Interviews terrify me. Sometimes the news is terrifying. I look at the world and I think what the *hell* are we doing?!

I don’t really know. Sometimes something just sparks inside me and I know I care – and have to do something. And I can be passionate about politics, people, or the sudden need to cook something insanely complex.

Ah, no. Interviews make me nervous. Nervous *and* terrified.

Reading and films – they’re the two most common ways to make me thoughtful; and obviously discussions with friends; most of my friends have political and religious viewpoints, and we don’t adhere to avoiding discussing religion and politics.

When someone says something thoughtless.

Curling up with someone I love and relaxing.
Looking at my life. For all the bad and hard, I’m lucky. I’ve got a job, a roof over my head, a partner, and friends. What more do I need? (Oh, uh, let’s skip over the 2 cars / 2 motorcycles, then we get into ‘insanely lucky).
Buying non-fair trade, non-organic foods. From lidl. Damnit.

I’m always calm, like an ocean of calmness in the middle of the sea of relaxed. Heh. A space on top of a mountain, looking out at the view. A swim in an Edwardian pool. Eating dinner with my friends and relaxing.

A Survey, it’s rare for me, but it was cute

You scored 70 Industriousness, 22 Centrality, and 19 Causticity!
You’re a mitochondrion! The mitocondria is a “power plant” of the cell. Nothing could ever get done in the cell without you creating energy. Since both the Citric Acid cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation happen inside the mitochondria, you are critical to every eukaryotic cell. You are always a hard worker, no matter what you are tasked to. Most of the time, you tend to be working in the background, but that often suits you just fine. You get along with almost everyone, and aren’t these the most important things?
My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 72% on Industriousness
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You scored higher than 18% on Centrality
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You scored higher than 54% on Causticity

Link: The Which Cell Organelle are you? Test written by fading_shadows on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Which superhero am I?

You scored as Lara Croft. A thrill-seeking, slightly unscrupulous, tough-as-nails archaeologist, Lara Croft travels the world in search of ancient relics perhaps better left hidden. She packs two Colt .45s and has no fear of jumping off buildings, exploring creepy tombs, or taking on evil meglomaniacs bent on world domination.

Lara Croft


Neo, the "One"


The Terminator




Captain Jack Sparrow


Indiana Jones


The Amazing Spider-Man


Batman, the Dark Knight


William Wallace


El Zorro


James Bond, Agent 007


Which Action Hero Would You Be? v. 2.0
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What kind of thinker….

What kind of thinker are you quiz

You are a Spatial Thinker:

  • Tend to think in pictures, and can develop good mental models of the physical world.
  • Think well in three dimensions.
  • Have a flair for working with objects.

Like other spatial thinkers, Leonardo had a talent for designing buildings and machinery. He also invented a new style of map making.

Other Spatial Thinkers include
Pablo Picasso, Michelangelo and Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Careers which suit Spatial Thinkers include
Mechanic, Photographer, Artist, Architect, Engineer, Builder and Set designer.

You are an Intrapersonal thinker:

  • Spend a lot of time thinking about and trying to understand themselves.
  • Reflect on their thoughts and moods, and work to improve them.
  • You understand how your behaviour affects your relationships with others.

Like intrapersonal thinkers, Leonardo worked hard to improve all aspects of himself. Other Intrapersonal thinkers include:
Sigmund Freud, Gandhi and Grahame Greene.

Careers which suit Intrapersonal Thinkers include:
Psychologist, Teacher, Pilot, Child care worker, Explorer and Drama therapist.