Pig Personality Test

This was a fun way for us to relax after finishing the national book for real estate class.  It was a great way to get our minds off of the upcoming test.

Get a blank piece of paper, draw a picture of a whole pig on it, not just the head, just a basic drawing though, don’t spend too long on it…

DRAW THE PIG FIRST

The pig drawing serves as a useful test of the personality traits of the drawer…….

  • If the pig is drawn to the top of the paper, you are positive and optimistic.Towards the middle, you are realisticTowards the bottom, you are pessimistic and have a tendency to behave negatively.
  • If the pig is facing left, you believe in tradition, are friendly and remember dates (birthdays etc)Facing right, you are innovative and active, but don’t have a strong sense of family, nor do you always remember dates.Facing front (looking at you), you are direct, enjoy playing devil’s advocate and neither fear nor avoid discussions
  • With lots of details, you are analytical, cautious and distrustful.With few details, you are emotional and naive, you care little for details and are a risk taker.
  • With less than 4 legs showing, you are insecure or are living through a period of major change.With 4 legs showing, you are secure, stubborn and stick to your idealsIf you have drawn more than 4 legs, you are stupid.
  • The size of the ears indicates how good a listener you are. The bigger the better.
  • The length of the tail indicates the quality of your sex life, and once again the longer, the better…..OK. who didn’t draw a tail? …

My pig drawing from class:

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