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Take the Pig Personality Test

DRBJ is a professional writer who worked as a psychologist before turning to writing full time.

What Is the Pig Personality Test?

The pig personality test determines one's personality type based on the unique way they draw a pig.

The results of the test depend on the characteristics of the illustration, such as where the pig is placed, which direction it is facing, and more. Some of the personality types that can be determined by the pig personality test include, but are not limited to:

Pig Test Personality Types

  • Optimist
  • Pessimist
  • Realist
  • Extrovert
  • Introvert
  • Creative
  • Thinker
  • Risk-Taker

Below are the directions of the pig personality test so you can take the test yourself. This assessment can be used as a great ice-breaker before a meeting, seminar, or training session, or just to find out more about yourself.

Note: Be sure not to scroll down to the results section, as they may affect the way in which you draw your pig. Good luck!

Pig Personality Test Directions

Follow the instructions below to take the pig personality test.

  1. Find a blank piece of 8 ½ x 11 inch paper and a drawing utensil (pencil, pen, etc.).
  2. Draw a pig.

You're finished! Easy, right? Once you have finished drawing your pig and are satisfied with the result, scroll down to read the results below. Using the table, determine which characteristics match your pig drawing, then read what those characteristics indicate about your personality.

Pig Personality Test Results

Use the tables below to find out what your pig drawing indicates about your personality.

Orientation of Pig

 Facing LeftFacing ForwardFacing Right

Top of Page

You are an optimistic and extroverted person who expects the best from every situation. You believe in tradition and always remember important dates.

You are an optimistic and straightforward person who expects the best from every situation. You welcome discussion and tend to play the devil's advocate.

You are an optimistic, innovative, and active person who always expects the best from every situation. You are not the best about remembering important dates.

Middle of Page

You are a realistic and extroverted person who takes on life with logic and reason. You believe in tradition and always remember important dates.

You are a realistic and straightforward person who takes on life with logic and reason. You welcome discussion and tend to play the devil's advocate.

You are a realistic, innovative, and active person who takes on life with logic and reason. You are not the best about remembering important dates.

Bottom of Page

You are a pessimistic and extroverted person who expects the worst from every situation. You believe in tradition and always remember important dates.

You are a pessimistic and straightforward person who expects the worst from every situation. You welcome discussion and tend to play the devil's advocate.

You are a pessimistic, innovative, and active person who expects the worst from every situation. You are not the best about remembering important dates.

Detail of Pig

Level of DetailPersonality Trait

Few Details

You are impulsive and willing to take risks. You are not bothered by the little things.

Many Details

You are analytical, thoughtful, cautious, careful, and often distrustful.

Features of Pig

FeaturePersonality Trait

Four Legs

You are secure and stick to your ideals. You may also be stubborn.

Less Than Four Legs

You are insecure, uncertain, or are experiencing a period of change in your life.

Large Ears

You are a good listener.

Small Ears

You are a bad listener.

Long Tail

You are satisfied with the quality of your sex and love life.

Short Tail

You are not satisfied with the quality of your sex and love life.

© 2009 drbj and sherry

Comments

Sithub on June 10, 2019:

Hi, this is an amazing blog there is more effective information

Sarah on May 19, 2019:

How many pigs can a mother pig have at a time?

magdalene viers on October 16, 2018:

my pig had a tiny tail hahaha with lots of detail and big ears #lol

jury on October 13, 2018:

how about id there;s no tail

Zoe on September 15, 2018:

Wow I'm moving house and it said I was going through a period of transition

Esket on June 13, 2018:

When you haven’t drawn a tail :’v

Fr4nc01s on August 07, 2017:

fairly accurate, they could do better

Stonecoldnutz on July 30, 2017:

Too right and pretty dead on

Jony on April 17, 2017:

almost knowing all the parson about there personality and improve their personality.Your post really helpful and earn more and more good idea about personality..So thanks for share an good article.

Shannon Henry from Texas on April 15, 2016:

Too bad I never checked this out sooner, but I'm going to share it now. It's very amusing and actually is amazingly accurate, at least for me. #3, #6, #8, #11, and #10

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drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 23, 2013:

Delighted you are totally satisfied with this 'amazing' test, Yogita. So nice to meet you. Take a look at the 'Simple Symbol Personality Test,' and see if that fits you as well. Happy for you regarding #12. :)

Yogita Aggarwal on March 21, 2013:

Totally satisfied with this test ... Amazing :)

Mine personality includes: 3,5,8,9,and 12th point. :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 03, 2013:

(Comment from Charishma) - "This was one of the best till now. I am hooked to your site for the past few hours!! Very accurate I must say, and thankfully I trusted you and actually drew a pig, my first ever, and now am damn good at it! ;D"

Hi, Charishma - thank you for being hooked. Delighted you can now draw a really good pig. Sorry I had to delete your URLs.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on November 23, 2012:

I thank Amy for the introduction, btrbell, so nice to meet you. Delighted you found this a fun yet detailed exercise - that's the very best kind! :)

Do check out 'Strange Psychological Facts,' too, which is Part One. I think you will enjoy it, too. Look forward to seeing more of you and the pleasure of sharing, believe me, is all mine.

Randi Benlulu from Mesa, AZ on November 22, 2012:

Thank you for a fun yet detailed exercise. It was a really great way to get some insight. I just finished reading Strange PsychologicalFacts- Part Two and came straight here. I must remember to thank Amy Becherer who sent me here! I loved these two and am looking forward to reading more of your hubs! Thank you for sharing!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on October 26, 2012:

Thank you, Krisia Marji. You win the Best Comment of the Year award!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on October 14, 2012:

How delightful, Linda, to know that you and Jacob got such a great laugh from his accurate pig drawing. He's young yet so he has lots of time to work on the ears. Thanks for the thanks, m'dear. Believe me, it was entirely my pleasure.

Linda Rogers from Minnesota on October 14, 2012:

Jacob and I are laughing so hard right now. It was actually very accurate. What made us laugh the most was that the ears were really tiny in his drawing. What a fun experiment to share with my nephew. Thanks drbj.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 29, 2012:

Thank you, Angelia. I can see that big smile from here. Thank you for enjoying the Simple Symbol Test. BTW, your mom did not have to add the 'ia' to your name. She got it right with the first five letters!

femmeflashpoint on March 28, 2012:

Doc,

I left a comment on the Simple Symbol test. I was huge-whopping-happy with the results! (Big smile!)

femme

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 28, 2012:

Thank you, Angelia, for not offending our sensibilities by drawing anything as blatant as your pig's, shall I say? private parts. You ARE a model of decorum.

And thank you for sharing this with friends. May they remain so after taking the test. Let me know what you think of the Simple Symbol survey.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 28, 2012:

Hi, CW Bob. Thanks for the visit, the kind comments, and the Up. To answer your query, the only questions that might be skewed are #1, 2 and 3 since they refer to the position of 'your pig' on the paper. The question referring to the length of the pig's tail might also be adversely affected if your index card was on the small side. :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 27, 2012:

Hi, Mr. Happy. You get multiple points from me for being 'weird,' - it's the only way to go! And the most fun.

Sorry your pig's ears were not longer, but not to worry. Now if you had remarked it was the tail, well . . .

Thanks for the visit and finding this fun.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 27, 2012:

Thank you, gj - did you notice we have an initial in common? Fast friendships have been formed on less. Thank you for sharing on G+ - do appreciate it.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 27, 2012:

You are so welcome, Haha, the pleasure is entirely mine. You wanna be like me one day? Wow! I don't know if the world is ready yet for two such insanely witty, wise and winsome personalities, but you could do worse. You will have to stick around a long time though since I am already older than soil and don't plan to leave yet. I will do my best to keep on being awesome - what a lovely comment. Thank you for your good wishes, m'dear.

You might like to check out some of my "Interviews" - be my guest. :)

femmeflashpoint on March 27, 2012:

Doc BJ,

I left off the genetalia. I drew a male pig, but I didn't want him to appear to be a rude pig, because I didn't draw him wearing pants, lol.

I passed this on to some friends, and they loved it as well!

Now I'll go have a look at the Simple Symbol test. :)

femme

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 27, 2012:

Dear Angelia - I would have answered your comment sooner but I couldn't stop laughing about your description of the pig you drew. Cuteness does count for something. When I figure out just what, I will let you know.

Sorry there wasn't enough room on your paper for a 4-legged pig but having a leg 'curled around' does denote creativity. Will not even attempt to comment on your pig's sexuality. But the really long tail? You go, girl!

If you want to take another stab at a personality test, try the Simple Symbol one.

Civil War Bob from Glenside, Pennsylvania on March 27, 2012:

Fun hub, voted up, interesting, useful, and funny. Do the results get skewed if I only used a 3 x 5 card and imagined I was using a full sheet? ;)

Mr. Happy from Toronto, Canada on March 26, 2012:

My pig was facing left but I don't remember dates for beans. I get points for being weird as always, I guess lol.

Ya ... I knew my pig's ears should have been longer ... damn! LOL

Thanks, this was fun! Cheers. : )

gjfalcone from Gilbert, Arizona on March 26, 2012:

Shared on G+

femmeflashpoint on March 24, 2012:

Doc,

I KNEW I shoulda drawn that pig higher on the paper! It landed in the middle, sideways, but looking right at me. It's almost a CUTE pig. :)

It was a really small piece of paper so there wasn't room for four legs, but the back one curled around nicely. Maybe it's a demure pig, wishing it was wearing a skirt?

On the bright side, it had big eyes and a realllly long tail, lol.

femme

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on March 24, 2012:

Hi, Haha, do love your name. Delighted you took this test and loved it. It appears you may be secure and straightforward. Are you stubborn, too? Just wonderin'. I love psychology, too, but I can't share the results of my own test. Confidentiality issue, y'know. Do take the other tests and let me know what you think.

Haha on March 23, 2012:

Thanks for many awesome personality test!~ :) I really love all of it~ ????

I drew a chubby four legs pig lol ^_^ It is facing forward...

I really love psychology and actually I am really curious about your own results for this test :P ^_^ (if you have one :P)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 04, 2012:

If that is so, kimh, then you are in superior and exalted company. Thanks for dropping by.

Kim Harris on January 04, 2012:

Apparently James A Watkins and I draw our pigs alike:)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on November 23, 2011:

Hi, SHAWN22, I can easily relate to your desire for pork ribs - one of my favorite lunch or dinner meals when barbecued. But what did you draw? - that is the question!

SHAWN222 on November 23, 2011:

I just had a pic of some pork ribs..I guess it was lunch time!!! :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on August 25, 2011:

So happy, carrie, that your pig fulfilled your expectations. I'm certain that the hidden tail holds many future surprises for you. Heh, heh.

If your pig looked cute and like a cartoon, you are a far, far better cartoonist than me. The first pig I drew resembled a cat. About the tail - not sayin'.

carriethomson from United Kingdom on August 24, 2011:

oh my pig got a full on, on all points except the tail, it was facing towards the front so the tail got hidden behind. :( hope it grows a long one soon.:) great and entertaining hub, had great time drawing a pig, it looked cute and cartoony:))

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on July 14, 2011:

I'm not certain, Sky, but it would appear that you may be channeling Blackbeard, Bluebeard or Johnny Depp. Here's to you and your very original porcine buddy.

Sky on July 12, 2011:

Hmm...This was a pretty fun little test. ^^

I think my pig is really weird. o3o I was gonna draw a normal pig standing on 4 legs with mud on its face..But then I drew him as a pirate and gave him a bandana and a gold chain with a P on it, and made him stand on 2 legs. ^^;

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 31, 2011:

Nice to meet you, Doctor K. You forgot to draw the tail? That could be a disaster. Heh, heh.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 31, 2011:

You really made the rounds of my personality tests, suniti, thank you. You forgot to draw the ears. Oh, oh. But my lips are silenced. Thanks for the follow and the up.

Kristy Callan from Australia on May 29, 2011:

Well, that was fun! I forgot to draw the tail though, whoops.

SBHK from India on May 29, 2011:

lol this was a great hub, really amusing and full of fun, i loved it. BUT i forgot to draw ears of my pig.lol good one i am following u and voting up your hub

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 22, 2011:

So, Tankadin ... your pig drawing indicates you are realistic, direct and straightforward ... a risk taker who is secure in your ideals ... and the long tail? I'm happy for you.

Thanks for the 'fun hub' - I enjoyed your visit.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 22, 2011:

Thank you, Mrs. JB, for making the rounds of my personality tests. You are so welcome. Delighted you found your pig picture so much fun and so much YOU!

Was there ever any doubt???

Tankadin on May 22, 2011:

Fun hub! My pig is right in the middle, facing forward, few details, four legs and a very long tail! Thanks for the fun!

Mrs. J. B. from Southern California on May 22, 2011:

This was so much fun. I am optimistic, like tradition, am friendly, secure yet stubborn... SO ME!!!!!!!!!!! I loved this hub... Now to Quiz 2

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 21, 2011:

Hi, susiecat, I love you for loving them. Delighted they are pretty accurate and no thanks are necessary. The pleasure, believe me, is all mine!

suziecat7 from Asheville, NC on May 21, 2011:

I love your fun tests. Pretty accurate most times too! Thanks.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 17, 2011:

Nice to meet you, skye. Happy that you are 'just right.' You are right on the mark when you say with experience we get more knowledge and wisdom. One of my favorite quotes is: "Good judgment comes from experience. And experience comes from bad judgment." Would you agree?

skye2day from Rocky Mountains on May 17, 2011:

thanks i think i am just right per test, i will keep working on it we never do graduate. In time hopefully with experience we get more knowledge and wisdom to what is important in life. God is my calling. I am sticking to it. Many Blessings on your go figure blogs. Hugs Galore. GOD is the way truth and life without HIM lost is a guarentee. With Him Abundant living is real. No one can take that from us unless we hand it over. Cheers

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 11, 2011:

Thank you, James, for taking this 'fun test.' Okay, I can understand that you are a realist who believes in tradition. And I am willing to take your word for it that you are impulsive, willing to take risks and may be stubborn (occasionally).

But I take issue with your statement that you 'care little for detail.' Your exceptional outstanding hubs are filled with carefully researched detail and minutiae. I rest my case. :)

James A Watkins from Chicago on May 09, 2011:

Thank you for this fun test! Ok, I am a realist who tends to face facts and deal with them realistically. I see the glass as dirty and put it in the dishwasher. I believe in tradition, am friendly, outgoing and tend to remember dates and birthdays. But I am impulsive, care little for detail and am willing to take risks. I am secure, stick to my ideals, and can be stubborn.

:D

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 04, 2011:

So your pig has a smile on his face, Susan? Great, but the most important factor is that you have a smile on yours after completing the test!

Thanks for finding it fun.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on May 04, 2011:

My pig is at the top of my page, facing me, has 4 legs a curly tail, ears seem proportionate to the body size and my pig has a smile on his face :) This was fun!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 27, 2011:

I agree with you, wmwm, mommyhood does tend to dampen our risk-taking predilection. :)

Mishael Austin Witty from Kentucky, USA on April 27, 2011:

Well, let's see... I'm definitely impulsive and a risk taker, but only in certain areas, and much less so now that I am a mommy.

I could definitely see myself as an optimist. And I guess, in some ways, my husband conserves resources. In other ways, he's very wasteful. It just depends on the situation.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 25, 2011:

Delighted to see you are making the rounds Mrs. J.B. and that your pig indicated directness, security and occasional impulsiveness. As far as the pig's tail is concerned, I won't inquire to avoid an X-rating. :)

Mrs. J. B. from Southern California on April 25, 2011:

HAHA... I am a realist that is direct yet sometimes impulsive however secure.. So far so good. But I know the quality of a love life... Have you noticed where the pig's tail is located??? EXACTLY!!!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 24, 2011:

Don't be alarmed, wm, if your pig resembles a cat. About 25% of the population (the hundreds who have taken this test in person), drew a piggie that looks more like a kitty. It's the other details that count.

You might want to work on the size of the pig ears though as well as the size of the tail (snicker, snicker).

No face on your pig? Hmmmmmm. Do you see yourself as a risk taker?

Most people draw on paper that is vertical. Since yours was horizontal, the position of the pig may not be as accurate. You may be considered as more of an optimist than a realist.

And hubby drew his pig at the very top of the paper? Would you say that he tends to conserve resources? May be so.

Mishael Austin Witty from Kentucky, USA on April 23, 2011:

Ok. So What does it mean if your pig looks like a cat? :-)

This was interesting, but I don't think it's quite accurate.

My husband drew his pig right at the top of his paper, and he's not an optimist. I drew mine a little up from the middle, and I'm definitely not a realist. I hide from reality. We both drew our pigs facing left and with all 4 legs, and that fits, I think.

He drew much more detail than I did (mine didn't even have a face), and that fits ...

Both our pigs have small ears, but I guess that's not too much of a problem because they were equally small!

And my pig's tail was longer than his. Hmm... But then he started arguing that I didn't draw a pig; I drew a cat, so of course the tail would be longer. ;-)

Oh, and I wanted to ask: What does it mean that he drew his pig holding the paper vertically and I drew mine holding it horizontally? I thought that was an interesting difference.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 07, 2011:

I would never fault someone who wants to read anything I write so visit and comment away, m'dear. And thanks for the wishes.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on April 07, 2011:

Perfectly said:-) I was kidding but I did think it was funny! Hub land is a strange concept at first. It does feel like you are sort of stalking some people. But then I tend to attach myself to books this way too. If I really like an author, I want to see the whole collection I guess.

And I certainly hope you have wonderful nights!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 07, 2011:

The pleasure, RH, is all mine. This 'pig' test is one of my favorites. If your doctor was nice and you miss her, you better believe some transference is going on. A little is good. Too much? ... nuf said

You are kind, too, to wish me wonderful days. Don't stop there? How about wonderful nights?

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on April 05, 2011:

Thank YOU:). I am amazed at how these things work. I re-read it and it does seem so accurate! I was in therapy many years ago - I needed some help through my divorce. My doctor was so nice. I miss her! Maybe there's some transference going on here:)!

You are so kind. I hope all your days are wonderful!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 05, 2011:

It is my pleasure to make you feel happy, RH. So glad it's working ... so far!

Sideways is not significant; centered is. That's positive.

Facing left? I would have guessed that. A four-legged pig? With toenails? Hmmmmmm! And a longish tail? I'm happy for you.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 04, 2011:

Hi, sue, forgive the delay in responding to your comment. So happy you and Chelsea enjoyed the pig test. Although it's strictly a fun sort of thing, it is uncannily accurate most of the time.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on April 04, 2011:

I found it! I love these tests. They make me feel happy when I see the results! Here is my odd thing, I drew the pig dead center of the page. I turned my page side ways though. Hmmm. I don't think he is a ver good pig because I am not an artist:) he is facing left, with four legs and I drew little toe nails on them! He has two ears and I guess they look proportionate to the pig to me? He has a tail that is curly but longish?

So fun! I must move on the next one! Thank you so much!

Susan Mills from Indiana on March 15, 2011:

Chelsea and I took this together. It was fun.. and dead on. The funniest thing was when Chelsea said, "Mom, I didn't know you were optomistic", showing that she is a realist.

I replied, "I keep it to myself just in case" proving that I play devil's advocate even to my own optimism.

We're off to the next one. This is a fun break!

Thank you!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 20, 2011:

Thank you for stopping by D.V.D and the virtual well done. It's entirely my pleasure.

Funom Theophilus Makama from Europe on February 20, 2011:

This is a job well done. Keep it up.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 29, 2011:

Thank you, pol1ce, for visiting. And thank you for the 'funny' vote and the kind comment. Good to see you here.

Paulo Pta from the Right Place on January 29, 2011:

Nice one, voted Funny.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on January 03, 2011:

hi ya, yourself, chrystal. I'm happy for you. :)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on October 22, 2010:

Hello, vox vocis, delighted to see you here. Thanks for noticing that I had eliminated the "r" from that word. Have fixed it now because of your "caring about details" and perfectionistic" tendency. Lucky for me!

Happy you enjoyed this test. Have you tried the "Celebrity Personality Test yet or the brand new Fokk University Entrance Exam? If not, be my guest. (See links above on the right).

Thanks for your visit and kind, but true, comments. :)

Jasmine on October 20, 2010:

Yes, well, I see the glass as dirty and put it into the dishwasher, TRUE; I believe in tradition, am friendly, outgoing and tend to remember dates and birthdays, TRUE; I am innovative and active ''but not as good about remembering dates'', HALF-TRUE (we just said I tend to remember dates and birthdays); I am more impulsive, care little for detail and am willing to take risks, HALF-TRUE (I am a perfectionist who cares a lot about details); I am insecure, uncertain, or living through a period of major change, both TRUE; and I am quite satisfied with my love life, also TRUE.

Now, this was more than a little to show it was actually very accurate.

P.S. Check No.10. for a minor spelling mistake: I believe you wanted to write ''through'' instead of ''though'' :-)

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on October 15, 2010:

Well, VV, I'll need a little more than that to go on. Was it as a whole very accurate, sorta accurate, or not accurate? Help me a little with this one.

Jasmine on October 14, 2010:

Hm, true, I guess...

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on October 13, 2010:

Hi, eatingright. Delighted you enjoyed the pig personality test. And the pleasure is all mine.

You are so right about its value as an ice-breaker, particularly in a group where the participants do not know each other. How can anyone be stand-offish after comparing the size of your pig's tail with everyone else?

eatingright on October 12, 2010:

A really fun and great ice-breaker! Tks.

ACSutliff on September 23, 2010:

Hey drbj,

Thanks again for the comments and the explanation of the pig tail. (In person I would blush as red as a beet, but here on your hub, I will just say thanks for making me smile!) Sorry my reply was so delayed. I do enjoy our comment conversations.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 19, 2010:

Yes, AC, the 4-legged pig is good - you are a woman of resolve. And you drew an unbelievably long tail on your pig. Wow!

You might like to know that I sanitized that explanation a bit with "quality of your love life." In person, I would explain it represents sexual enjoyment. (No details, please.)

Thanks again for your comments which keep getting wonderfuller. I'm off to read your hubs #1 thru 14.

ACSutliff on September 18, 2010:

drbj,

Oh, yes I did enjoy the test very much. As for the feedback thing, I feel the same way about you.

Did I mention that my pig has all four legs, and is somewhat detailed? (It's no Picasso, but it's more detailed than a cartoon pig which is kind of appropriate, because I can be analytical or impulsive, cautious or whimsical. It really depends on my mood.) I made the tail as long as I could (right up to the edge of the paper) and that reminds me that I should have my hubby draw a pig for me.

And this might go without saying, but it's always easier to leave effective feedback when the hubs are as wonderful as yours.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 18, 2010:

Hi, AC, it's always nice to have you visit. I have always wanted to know as much about myself as possible, so I'm not surprised when others enjoy finding out more about themselves.

It is not common to draw ears first before the head but it could signify you are an even better listener (and communicator) than you knew. And the details on or in the ears are significant. They emphasize this quality.

Yes, pig heading left and head facing forward could mean a combination of the variables in both #4 and 6.

You are effective in giving feedback - I knew my instincts were correct when I found you or vice versa. Thanks for your lovable comments. Delighted you enjoyed the (?) test.

ACSutliff on September 18, 2010:

drbj

The unique interactive atmosphere of this hub is so very awesome. Picture me exclaiming, "I don't have any paper! Does it have to be unlined paper?" and then running downstairs to get some cookies and a piece of paper to draw my pig. I'm curious if the way you draw the pig matters? My pig's ears are not huge, but I drew them first, does that mean anything? Ears before I even drew the head! And they have more detail than the rest of the drawing.

My pig is going left, but his head is turned facing forward (in other words, looking right back at me). Does that mean I'm both 4 and 6?

This surprised me with its accuracy, and its ability to make me look at myself in a different way. Thanks drbj!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 14, 2010:

Hi, datahound, happy you enjoyed this quiz. A smiling, fat pig and a curly tail - who could ask for anything more?

The majority of folks who see my avatar see the crone fist and then the pretty girl.

But if you see a dragon ... then you might need help! :)

datahound from USA on September 14, 2010:

Great fun. My pig is smiling and resembles a fat dog with a curly tail. I saw the crone before the pretty girl in your profile pic. I'm afraid to ask what that says.

Thanks,

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 09, 2010:

Delighted you enjoyed this, Jane. Congrats on the long curly tail. I'm not so sure about the so-so listener. Your responses to comments on your hubs indicate, to me, that you are really "hearing" what readers say.

Hope it wasn't the tail the pig "lied" about. :)

Jane Bovary from The Fatal Shore on September 09, 2010:

Ha!..that was such fun drbj. Much to my surprise I am apparently a direct,conservative realist and only a so-so listener. I did draw a very long curly tail though!

The pig can lie...

Cheers

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 03, 2010:

Hi, Rose, delighted you found time to take the Pig Personality test and that you're happy with the results. Thank you for the visit and the gracious comments. You may also want to take the Celebrity Personality Test as well. Enjoy!

schoolgirlforreal on September 03, 2010:

Hey drbj! Great hub! I really like this one on "pigs" Lol I got good results, was happy with them :)

I wish I had more time, or could remember to go to everyone's profile and read occassional hubs! This was worth the look!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on August 27, 2010:

Hello, marie jean, nice to meet you. Delighted you found the PIG test funny. Were there any surprises?

marie jean cacanog on August 24, 2010:

i really have fun though i already experience this kind of test but still i found it very funny...............

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on July 20, 2010:

Hi, Ashley. Thanks for the "funny" and "cool" comment. Let me know how it turns out ... that is, if they are still talking to you afterwards.

Ashley Brooke on July 20, 2010:

This is so funny and cool! I'm going to try it on my family!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on July 16, 2010:

Hi, suny. Thanks for your visit and interest. Some characters I draw but some I get from Bing or Google Images.

suny51 on July 16, 2010:

I like to know about myself more, but Drbj please I want to know more about your cartoon characters, from you get them from or you draw them for your own use?

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