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Dreadful Nonsense

"I've read your blog. it's really funny. you should write a column." - Jon Ronson


And so, when there’s nothing on the telly until Sex and The City starts, and I’m not quite up to tidying my room, I sit on the internet and do stupid little quizzes that tell me all about myself. This one makes you pick colours, and then tells you what your selection means. So far, so ‘Which Monty Python character are You?’ Except this one said a lot. Including the following paragraph:

“Recently everything seems to have gone wrong and so you are experiencing considerable stress and anxiety due to mental conflict. A continuous case of 'Should I?' or 'Shouldn't I?'. At this particular moment in time you feel as if you have reached the end of your tether and it seems impossible to ever rectify the situation and so you have decided, perhaps quite unrealistically, to postpone making any further decisions. Disappointment and unfulfilled hopes have given rise to despondency. This conflict between hope and necessity is creating considerable pressure. Instead of resolving this by facing up to making the essential decision, you are likely to immerse yourself in the pursuit of trivialities as an escape route.”

Horrifyingly true, I’m afraid. So, please go try it out for yourself. And tell me if it was a complete fluke, or if this site has the power to read minds. The possibilities could be monumental…

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