Your Score: Eeyore
You scored 14 Ego, 17 Anxiety, and 11 Agency!
"Do you know what A means, little Piglet?"
"No, Eeyore, I don’t."
"It means Learning, it means Education, it means all the things that you and Pooh haven’t got. That’s what A means."
"Oh," said Piglet again. "I mean, does it?" he explained quickly.
"I’m telling you. People come and go in this Forest, and they say, ‘It’s only Eeyore, so it doesn’t count.’ They walk to and fro saying ‘Ha ha!’ But do they know anything about A? They don’t. It’s just three sticks to them. But to the Educated–mark this, little Piglet–to the Educated, not meaning Poohs and Piglets, it’s a great and glorious A.
You scored as Eeyore!
ABOUT EEYORE: Eeyore lives in his own thistley corner of the forest and wonders why people don’t come to visit him more often. He is master of the Guilt Trip, and is always gently forgiving his visitors for neglecting him. Eeyore considers himself to be smarter than the other inhabitants of the Hundred Acre Wood, and is often exasperated by their habit of having adventures and general merriment.
WHAT THIS SAYS ABOUT YOU: You are an anxious person, and you tend to expect the worst. Your friends find you somewhat cynical at times, because you have found that it is best to expect disappointment. You often feel unappreciated by the people you work with, but you rarely actually try and do anything to change that fact.
Your close friends admire you more than you think they do. They wish that you would learn to stop worrying so much and actually start trying to fix what is bothering you. If something is making you unhappy… change it!
|Link: The Deep and Meaningful Winnie-The-Pooh Character Test written by wolfcaroling|
|Your Reputation Is: Mystery Girl|
Men are attracted to your intriguing persona – and women want to copy it!
3 thoughts on “Two Silly Monkey Quizzes”
Huh, I scored an Eeyore as well – 17 Ego, 15 Anxiety, and 10 Agency. I wonder if that’s a writer thing or just a more common default.
I was actually thrilled that I got Eeyore (and worried I wouldn’t), because it was one of my nicknames in high school.
Eeyore Club, represent!
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