Tuesday, October 14, 2003
  Emode Hell Who's your type?
Your type is the Artiste
Creative. Sensitive. A bit offbeat. Your type is the Artiste, a unique guy who knows how to express himself in many ways, whether it's through words,music, or attire. You're attracted to his unconventional ways and his remarkable talents. He doesn't feel compelled to abide by society's norms.He believes that individuality is the key to happiness, and everything hedoes is a reflection of his "inner self." You fall head-over-heels for suchconfidence and style. Whether he's playing a song he wrote for just you orwriting you a love letter, this guy knows how to make you feel special. He'sin touch with his feminine side and doesn't need to assert his masculinityto feel manly. If we were to paint a picture of your future, the Artiste would definitely be part of it!

Which Exectutive are you?
Okay, we have to ask — what are you doing taking this test? Because from your answers, it doesn't look like you're gunning for the big corner office right now. Heck, you're not even interested. But since everyone deserves a title, here's yours: Correspondence Technician (or Mailroom Master, if you like that one better). Yep, that's right — you're meant for the mailroom. But, knowing you as we do, we don't think that's going to be a problem. You're a laid-back, cheerful person who's not into the whole ambition thing. Why should you put in 10- or 12-hour days busting your butt for someone else's bottom line? You just want to be able to pay the rent, with enough left over for a little fun, of course. Work isn't your main priority in life; life is. Which is fine with us. As long as you're happy, we're happy. Enjoy!
What's your superpower?
Don't look now! Your inner superpower is INVISIBILITY! Your answers show a remarkable talent for secrecy and hidden observation slumbering someplace beneath your quiet exterior. Awaken those dormant powers, and soon you'll find yourself completely hidden from the eyes of all. Okay, it's true that invisibility can sometimes be annoying. People tend to ignore you. At restaurants it might take a while for you to be served. But don't take it personally. They don't do it out of spite. It's just that you are, after all, sometimes a little difficult to see. Don't let it get you down. In this hectic world where it seems like everybody wants a piece of your time, invisibility is your ticket to freedom. When you think about it, being invisible has all sorts of bonuses. Take, for instance, the ability to find privacy and solitude in any circumstance. Then there's the special perk of being able to sneak unnoticed through crowded rooms, easily avoiding all the annoying people you'd rather not talk to. And that's just a start — imagine strolling naked through a crowded street for laughs! You've probably wished many times that you could just disappear. Well, now you can. Take a deep breath, close your eyes, think of transparent things and prepare to be invisible.
What's your shopping style?
Ka-ching, Ka-ching! We'd be willing to bet the cash register that you're a practical, business-like, let's-get-this-over-with shopper — a true Needs-only Nancy. For you, shopping isn't about having fun, it's about checking things off your list. You only brave the crowds at the mall when you're out of something you really need. In fact, we have a sneaking suspicion you're a big fan of online shopping — it's quick and painless, and you don't have to remember where you parked your car. Even though they're a little overwhelming, warehouse stores work for you, too (when you can buy 48 rolls of toilet paper at once, that's one less trip to the store you'll have to make later). As long as you're not letting shopping stress you out too much, just thank your lucky stars that you'll never need to worry about going to Shopaholics Anonymous meetings!
What's your perfect workout?
Pronounced puh-lah-teez, this exotic-sounding workout isn't nearly as mysterious as it sounds. Joseph Pilates developed the method that bears his name while caring for wounded British soldiers during World War I. Pilates helped his patients by devising exercise moves that used springs attached to their hospital beds. The Pilates approach aims to strengthen the body's core — your abdominal muscles, lower back, and buttocks. The resulting workout is efficient and effective; in other words, very much like you! Chances are Pilates appeals to you because you like to understand and execute very precise and controlled movements (think of calisthenics performed in super-slow motion).Some Pilates exercises involve specialized machines, which means they can only be done in studios that have the equipment available. We're guessing that you probably live in or near a city, so finding a location shouldn't be a problem. But either way, other Pilates moves called "matwork" can be done without any equipment at all. Since you're motivated to focus and work on your own, that's another reason this workout makes perfect sense for you. Build up your core and be strong and flexible — practice Pilates at least three times a week, and your body will thank you for it!
What's your party style?
Not one for the spotlight, you're often content to listen and observe at parties. You're an introspective, friendly Koala who enjoys taking in the social scene with her honey now and then. You're a great listener, so other party-goers love talking to you and appreciate your encouraging smiles. But, all things considered, you'd just as soon be cuddling up at home. Not that you don't enjoy being around big groups of people — it's simply not something you need to do every night. You're happiest in your comfortable tree, surrounded by your familiar eucalyptus leaves and the ones you love.
What's your flavor?
Mmm ... mocha! Strong and rich — but not too sweet — you're the flavor of late nights and early mornings. A coffeehouse regular, you've cornered the market on deep thoughts and probably have a little more than your fair share of brains. In fact, those who know you may even consider you an intellectual, a label that suits you just fine. Deep and thoughtful, you love the academic life — or at least the structured pursuit of knowledge. And, since hitting the books often means all-nighters, what better flavor than mocha to keep you company? Chocolaty and intense, you're a truly tasty treat.
What's your emotional age?
In the area of behavior, you seem to fall into the "adult" category. Adults tend to be efficient and responsible. You are probably a "doer" whom others consider reliable, stable, and consistent. People feel they can depend on you. Of course, if others rely too much on you, it can be a burden. You seem, however, to be someone who strikes a healthy balance between fulfilling others' needs and taking care of your own. Just be aware that if you feel overwhelmed by the pressures put on you, you should take some time out for yourself.
Emotions: In the realm of emotions, you seem to fall into the "adolescent" category. This means that you sometimes express your emotions without thinking about the effect they have on other people. It can also mean that you are extremely self-conscious and worried about what other people think of you. Adolescents are notorious for being influenced by peer pressure and societal standards. Adolescents may also often be moody and withdrawn and have a hard time making emotional commitments, but they can also display great creativity. They feel strongly about many different things in their lives. Your passion for life probably comes through in your emotional reactions.
Responsibility: When it comes to the level of responsibility you assume, for yourself or others, you fall into the "adult" category. This means that you are probably someone who can be relied on to come through in any situation. People around you likely consider you dependable and strong. Don't let your dominant care-taking side force you to neglect your own needs. Keep a healthy balance and continue to take care of yourself too.

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