Take this test. My results are pretty much spot on.
You are tired of the various ‘ups’ and ‘downs’ of life at this time. If only you could win a lottery – or better still, be the heir to a large inheritance which would allow you to afford a life of absolute luxury. This day dreaming will shortly pass and whether you like it or not, sooner or later you will have to face reality.
You are a fighter and always on the defensive. You always need to be sure that your position is safe and established. When you finally make a decision you will pursue it to the bitter end in spite of all opposition.
You are a very choosy person – demanding and exacting in your emotional demands and very particular in your choice of partner. You are self-sufficient and as a result of this overbearing nature you find it difficult to establish any depth of deep physical or mental involvement with members of the opposite sex.
You are feeling trapped by the situation as it stands at this time and what is more, you feel powerless to remedy it. You are stressful, angry and disgruntled. You feel that everything that you try to do to change the situation is thwarted and your hopes and aspirations all seem to be receding into the ever distant future. You have reached the state where you now doubt whether your dreams will ever be achieved and this is not only causing mental stress but heartache. You need to get away from it all – you need to have time to think, to recuperate, to be able to make your own decisions.
You don’t like conflict and you endeavour to avoid criticism. You want to do your own thing and to be able to decide what is right for you. You have considerable personable charm – and this is used with considerable effect on those that keep your company.
I don’t agree with about half of this, but the parts that are accurate are surprisingly specific.
Danny Crane:There are many ways men go dead as they age. One way they start incorporating all the learned, the politically correct behaviour and thoughts into who they are, and in the process, deny what they are.
Alan Shore:What are we?
Denny Crane:Animals! Today's evolved men talk to each other about politics, and kids and education. They talk about anything and everything and yet are profoundly lonely. Why? Because they're ashamed to share their most base instinct.
“The surprise effect of Le Feu d’Issey is total. Smelling it is like pressing the play button on the frantic video clip of unconnected objects that fly past one’s nose at warp speed: fresh baguette, lime peel, clean wet linen, shower soap, hot stone, salty skin, even a fleeting touch of vitamin B pills, and no doubt a few other UFOs that this reviewer failed to catch the first few times.”—Luca Turin on Le Feu d’Issey by Issey Miyake in Perfumes: The Guide (2008)