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Simple Symbol Personality Test

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

Take this simple personality test and have fun with the results!

Take this simple personality test and have fun with the results!

Simple Symbol Personality Test

Here is what you need to do for this very simple test. Find a sheet of blank paper and draw a picture or a design of anything you wish using each of the symbols shown below:

  • The Triangle
  • The Square
  • The Circle
  • The Squiggle

Draw each of the symbols one time and one of the symbols two times.

Note: Your drawing may include the symbols in any size you desire.

Once you've finished, do not add any other details.

Now examine the picture or design you drew. Is each of the four symbols drawn at least one time? Is only one of the symbols drawn twice? Excellent!

This personality test is based on the theory that we tend to be attracted to certain shapes and forms based on our personality, attitudes, education, and the way our brain functions.

The symbol you chose to draw twice is your dominant personality. See descriptions of each symbol below.

General George Patton had the personality traits of a triangle.

General George Patton had the personality traits of a triangle.

The Triangle

For centuries, the triangle has symbolized leadership. Remember the ancient Egyptians? They buried their pharaohs, their leaders, in pyramids. And the triangle shape is a hierarchy—for the military, the government, the church and the organization—with the power concentrated at the top of the triangle.

  • Of the four symbols, the Triangle most closely represents leadership. Triangles are ambitious and very interested in their careers.
  • You are an overseer, an expediter, a leader, a person of action.
  • Your mantra is "Get it done." You want to make things happen now. You ask others "when?" instead of "how?" or "why?"
  • Your watchword is now. Not one day, not some time, not tomorrow, but now.
  • You are often charismatic, a person who likes to be the boss and likes to give orders. You like to be in control.
  • You are decisive—you like to make decisions—decisions for yourself and decisions for everyone else.
  • You see yourself as assertive. Others may see you as aggressive.
  • You may be a fan of someone like Donald Trump or General George S. Patton or former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
  • As a child, when using a coloring book and crayons, you had difficulty staying within the lines. You do not like restrictions.
  • Your favorite game – what else? – is follow the leader.
  • Films you might like the movies Patton, Scarface, JFK, Erin Brockovich, Wall Street.
  • If you have a favorite song, it might be "All or Nothing at All" by Frank Sinatra. A favorite dance? The Tango—the dance of power.
  • Your positive traits: leadership, decisiveness, ambition, focused, results-driven, self-motivated.
  • Potential pitfalls: impatience, aggressiveness, self-centeredness.
  • Potential career choices: CEO, president of a company, entrepreneur, executive, manager, supervisor, surgeon, attorney, politician, military officer, pilot, administrator.

Triangle’s Motto: "Follow me."

Bill Gates has the personality traits of a square.

Bill Gates has the personality traits of a square.

The Square

Of the four symbols, the square places the most emphasis on organization and structure.

  • You are an organizer. You may constantly be organizing people and things around you. You are an excellent administrator who enjoys working with figures, statistics, programs, and software.
  • Your mantra is "Get it right, even if it takes all night."
  • Your watchword is, "How?"
  • You believe in the status quo and work ethic. You want everything in the right place at the right time.
  • You may be a fan of someone like Bill Gates.
  • You enjoy collecting data and information to enter into a database, but others may see you as having a compulsive attention to detail.
  • As a child, when using a coloring book and crayons, you tried to color within the lines. Your favorite toy may have been Legos (or Lincoln building blocks, depending on your age).
  • Your favorite games include: bridge, chess, math, and crossword puzzles.
  • Some of your favorite movies might be: A Beautiful Mind and most documentaries, including March of the Penguins.
  • If you have a favorite song, it might be "Why Don’t You Do Right?" by Jessica Rabbit. A favorite dance: the square dance with its clear-cut, do-not-deviate, instructions. Perhaps even the "Hokey Pokey."
  • Your positive traits: organized, knowledgeable, analytical, patient, persevering, and generally neat.
  • Potential pitfalls: you may be a procrastinator, a perfectionist, aloof, resistant to change, and meticulous.
  • Potential career choices: CFO or COO, IT professional, programmer, systems analyst, statistician, accountant, professor, bookkeeper, executive assistant, medical specialist, teacher, auditor, government worker, editor.

Square’s motto: "Give me a deadline and I’ll get it done."

Mother Teresa had the personality traits of a circle.

Mother Teresa had the personality traits of a circle.

The Circle

Of the four symbols, the circle is the most kind and caring. Your focus is to smooth the waters and keep the peace. You are the glue that holds the family or the work team together—that sensitive person who really cares about feelings.

  • You are an optimist. You enjoy working in unison with others to get things done.
  • Your mantra is, "Can’t we all just get along?"
  • Your watchword is "Who?" (Who will be on the team?)
  • You express kindness, caring, and concern. You are an excellent communicator because you are an effective listener and know how to establish empathy quickly. You are an excellent problem solver.
  • Your hero may be someone like Florence Nightingale, Albert Schweitzer or Mother Teresa.
  • You try to keep the peace, but others may see you as trying too hard to please everyone.
  • As a child, you enjoyed many games and sports, but in softball or baseball, you were often the outfielder.
  • Your favorite games may include bowling, badminton, tennis, shuffleboard and most team sports.
  • Films you may want to see again are, The Wizard of Oz, or the animated film, Up.
  • Your favorite song may be "Accentuate the Positive." Your favorite dance? the "Electric Slide."
  • Your positive traits: friendly, persuasive, empathic, generous, and reflective.
  • Potential pitfalls: indecisive, moody, manipulative, and you may have a tendency to get too personal.
  • Potential career choices: doctor, nurse, teacher, human resource professional, psychologist, professor, historian, consultant, scout leader, administrative assistant, nun.

Circle’s motto: "Be positive and I will help you do it."

Albert Einstein had the personality traits of a squiggle.

Albert Einstein had the personality traits of a squiggle.

The Squiggle

Of the four symbols, the squiggle is the most unique and the most creative.

  • You are original and are always considering possibilities.
  • Your mantra is, "Get it done . . . differently."
  • Your watchword is, "Why?" (Why do we have to do it that way? What are our alternatives?) You continually ask, "What if?"
  • You are a future-oriented person.
  • You are creative, imaginative, free form, and like to have fun and think out-of-the-box.
  • Your hero may be someone like Albert Einstein, Erma Bombeck, or Walt Disney.
  • You see yourself as always looking for new ideas, new ways and new products. Others may sometimes consider you a little strange or far-out.
  • As a child you preferred to draw your own original pictures, rather than color in a coloring book. You often colored trees purple, leaves yellow, and the sky green.
  • Your favorite games are charades, musical chairs, and karaoke.
  • Movies you may want to see again are, Avatar and animated films like Despicable Me and the Shrek series.
  • Your favorite song may be "Mairzy Doats." Your favorite dance? You don't have one. You make up the steps as you go.
  • Your positive traits: conceptual, creative, intuitive, expressive, motivating, witty, and inventive.
  • Potential pitfalls: disorganized, impractical, unrealistic, illogical, eccentric, naïve, uninhibited.
  • Potential career choices: writer, journalist, comedian, actor, creative director, marketing associate, sales associate, musician, scientist, researcher, entrepreneur, chef, public relations agent, inventor, real estate agent.

Squiggle’s motto: "Be creative."

In Summation

  • Triangles are leaders.
  • Squares are organizers.
  • Circles are harmonizers.
  • Squiggles are innovators.

© 2011 drbj and sherry

Comments for Simple Symbol Personality Test

Levi on September 01, 2020:

I'm a rectangle

Brian Wilson on September 01, 2020:


Amani Garrett on August 28, 2020:

I'm definitely a circle

Stanteria Brown on August 25, 2020:

I’m definitely a squiggle.. i always want to stand out and do things differently.

Ayonna on August 25, 2020:

I’m definitely a circle.

Kyla on August 25, 2020:

I’m a circle

Edeny on November 30, 2019:

Source and origin of this theory, who is the founder

max on March 25, 2019:


evan on March 20, 2019:


Sher on June 11, 2018:


Sierra on July 30, 2017:

Nice . I used each symbol twice.

hippielyre on May 19, 2013:

I'm a circle and I really can't wait to e this to my friends, they will surely like this!~ Great. (^^)V

hippielyre on May 19, 2013:

I'm a circle.

carolina muscle from Charlotte, North Carolina on December 24, 2012:

I'm not sure I didn't choose the square simply because I was second guessing the test, but I ended up with a triangle.... LOL

suziecat7 from Asheville, NC on November 13, 2012:

I just found this and took the test. Much fun. I am a triangle but do not like Donald Trump. I do like the sexy tango though. Thanks for the smiles.

Michael Valencia from Los Angeles, CA on September 26, 2012:

nice! I am a circle. pretty much everything except the movie choices was pretty on the money haha

Cynthia from North Myrtle Beach, SC on September 26, 2012:

Very interesting. Your test says I am a circle and may look up to Florence Nightingale. Right on the money. I am a nurse!

Madoshi from Belgium on September 26, 2012:

I am a triangle, and I do like scarface :) Interesting article.

Dancing Water on September 24, 2012:

Hi drbi, No, I don't perform in Las Vegas. Dancing Water is my given Cherokee name. I shall return to read some more of your lovely literary offerings!

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

Hi, Hezekiah, yes, please do give this a try later on and let me know if it was meaningful for you.

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

Nice to meet you, Manthy. Yes, please do read more of my 'cool' hubs. You might enjoy among others the additional personality tests and crazy Interviews.

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

Thanks for visiting my neck of the woods. Delighted to make your acquaintance, Dancing Water. Are you by any chance related to the remarkable dancing waters that periodically perform in front of the Bellaggio Hotel in Las Vegas? Just wonderin'. Since you found this hub witty, informative, and hilarious as well as lively, you are welcome to return - any time.

Hezekiah from Japan on September 12, 2012:

Never seen this before looks, interesting. Definitely give it a try later on.

Mark from Alabama,USA on September 12, 2012:

Cool hub - I will be reading many more

Dancing Water on September 12, 2012:

This is my first visit in your neck of the woods, and I certainly will be reading your hubs! Witty, informative, and hilarious! Thank you for a lively read!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 08, 2012:

Nice to meet you, sapphire, and delighted you found this to be a fun test. Yes, my dear, if you love personality tests, you are DEFINITELY a squiggle. Trust me.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 08, 2012:

Thanks, Ingenira, for having fun with this test. Yes, the squiggle does like to break free from the norm because he or she is so creative and often sees a better way to do something. Which often includes not following the current rules. So squiggle away.

sapphire99336 from Kennewick, WA on September 08, 2012:

Fun test! I'm definitely a squiggle. I love personality tests.

Ingenira on August 29, 2012:

drbj, this is fun !! Simple and makes sense to a certain extent.

I also thought that "squiggle" is more of a care-free character, who likes to break free from the norm and following the strict rules.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on August 22, 2012:

So you are a squiggle that giggles, CrisSp? That's the best kind. Delighted that you had fun and will be sharing this. Cheers backatcha.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on August 22, 2012:

A circle, mina? Well 70% right is an acceptable score. Happy you enjoy these tests. I enjoy having you visit. You're welcome.

CrisSp from Sky Is The Limit Adventure on May 29, 2012:

This is fun! Much could be true of me being a "squiggle" and I giggle! Good hub and will be sharing it. Cheers!

mina on May 29, 2012:

i was a circle .. but it was 70 percent right !!

i enjoy these tests !! thanks

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 01, 2012:

Aha, molly, so my Simple Symbol personality test drew you in. Mysterious are the ways of the universe. So your doodle resembles a flying saucer. To decipher the meaning, I will need more information. Which planet does it head for?

Delighted you had a good laugh and thanks for the 'well done.' If you are stll looking for the Haikus, they are "Haiku and Senryu Jokes,' and 'Mother Goose Haiku.'

Mary Strain from The Shire on May 01, 2012:

DRBJ, your hubs are so well done -- I came looking for your haikus but ended up getting a personality test instead. What does it mean when your doodle forms a saucer and flies away?

I'll be back again to read your other things. Thanks for a good laugh!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

Thanks for the return visit, Msamillar. Delighted you are an awesome square (symbolically speaking, that is) and that you had fun. Have you tried the Pig Personality test yet?

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

Can you believe it, Angelia? I never received notice of your lovely comment. Please accept my fulsome though tardy apology.

So you're a squiggle!!! I never had any doubt, m'dear. We squiggles are always looking for better and more creative options and despise hearing about the status quo.

No, being a squiggle is not a bad thing at all - I simply saved, as you suggested, the best for last. Trust me! Thank you for having fun and sharing this. You ARE a sweetie-pie Squiggle.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

Rosemary, thanks for waiting for my response. I, too, love new personality tests especially when they make me laugh and also include a modicum of truth. As for analyzing ourselves wihout tests, that is usually difficult because we just cannot be objective enough. On the other hand, it gives us (psychologists) a reason for being.

Thank you for loving the ending note and for laughing. Don't stop.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

Hi, Msmillar, I'm better late than never, right? Thanks for finding this cool. And close? Hope you managed to duck in time.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

You're confoosed, Guestie? Imagine how I feel! You mentioned that you drew the colour purpley-green twice, but neglected to mention the symbol. Well, you do appear to be creative, my dear.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

I apologize, Derdriu, for being late to the party. Didn't receive notice of your comment. I do agree with you wholeheartedly. The very best way to learn is by having an enjoyable experiece. Appreciate your mentioning my use of various categories to make my humorous point.

Thank you for having fun - it was my pleasure to share.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on April 18, 2012:

Nice to meet you, 18thepie, forgive my not responding sooner. Just discovered you had made a comment. Very often we can act like different symbols under different circumstances, but one symbol is usually paramount in our daily activity. Thanks for the visit.

Joanna from Wilseyville on April 09, 2012:

Who knew being a square could be so awesome! Thanks for the fun!

femmeflashpoint on March 27, 2012:



I'm a squiggle!!!

Well, that explains all those questions always flying through my head! And, probably why I fume when I ask, "why", and the answer is, "Well, that's the way we've always done it."

I gotta tell you, when I checked the list after the test, I got concerned. I was reading through alllll the other ones, and when I realized squiggles were at the very bottom, I was worried it might be a bad thing.

However, I was much relieved to discover the test just seemed to save the best for last. (Grin!)

I've gotta share this one too! This was so fun!!


RosemaryHale from Texas on March 13, 2012:

This was very interesting. As a psychology major I always love to see new personality tests and things like that. I'm a triangle! You'd think, after 4 years of college and still going, I'd be able to analyze myself without tests haha. I also loved the little note at the end. It made me laugh.

Joanna from Wilseyville on February 17, 2012:

That was cool AND so close I had to duck!

Guestie on January 14, 2012:

I'm confoosed!! I drew the colour purpley-green twice :P

Derdriu on December 17, 2011:

drbj, What fun to laugh one's way through a learning experience! It's most helpful the way you make it so easy to compare the four categories by looking at specific indicators, such as heroes/heroines, preferred music, and typical mottoes.

Thank you for sharing, etc.,


I8thepie  on October 25, 2011:

Hey! Wow! This really makes sense! I was always confused as to which personality type I had, because it seems like I have a mixture of triangle, circle, and squiggle

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

Of course, the test is 'close,' Neil. Would I lie to you? Thanks for finding it cool. And interesting.

Neil Sperling from Port Dover Ontario Canada on August 13, 2011:

interesting test. - It actually is close too. Cool

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

What kind of a psychologist would I be, Elle, if I didn't think I could help you? . . . even if I can't. Your case is not uncommon. You are suffering from symbolmania and I'm not surprised.

After all, every night you spend hours watching a rectangular television set - a square in disguise. At night you often gaze at the stars and during the day you cannot evade the glowing circle of sun up above. When driving, triangles in the form of Yield signs are ubiquitous.

But I can help you. Send me $1,000 cash by certified mail and I will rush your copy of "Surviving and Thriving in a Symbol-laden Environment." Since you profess to be of the feline persuasion, the squiggles you see are lines of copy so your course will be the audio version.

RedElf from Canada on July 26, 2011:

Help - I drew a squiggly triangle with rounded corners. I chronically doodle circles that turn into figure eights, and star-shaped squares. I think I'm a cat - oh wait, I am a cat - phew! That's a relief.

Is there any help for me Dr. BJ ?????

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

You just think nothing happens, Micky. Your calls are being traced and the guys in the white coats should be at your door any moment now. Isn't that your doorbell I hear ringing?

Micky Dee on June 22, 2011:

I keep pressing 1 and nothing happens.

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

Hi, sunitbahl9, how nice to meet you. Delighted that my attention-getting hub caught your attention and you couldn't resist it.

Thanks for the gracious comments. But then I knew you would be kind. You are a Circle.

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

If you were a Screw, Wayne, it would have to be a very original, lovable one. No, I picture you really as a very creative Squiggle with Circle elements. Not a bad place to be. :)

Suniti Bahl from India on May 29, 2011:

this hub really gained my attention and i couldn't help reading it. A great and amusing hub. I liked it and really the results were true. it did reflrct my personality(2 circles). Thanks and keep it up

Wayne Brown from Texas on May 29, 2011:

I failed this one...made the wrong choice. I was a circle but I am really not. I am really a squiggle with borders on the circle. I am an in between thing. In some ways, I can identify with all of them but not fully with any of them. I guess you should have had a picture of a "screw" there to cover me! LOL! WB

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

You make my day, pras, with your exceptional comments. Thank you, my friend. You mentioned the pictures and video and upon reviewing them again myself, I realized they may portray a significant chapter of American life to people living in other countries. Would you agree?

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

Now that was very clever, Neil ... you are a DOT. Is that a Circle that refuses to age? Perhaps. But merely by expressing it, you proved to me you are one heck of a Squiggle. Bravo. As well as more than a bit of a Triangle. Takes one to know one, you know.

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on May 29, 2011:

My friend, you have done a great job here. I love this hub so much. I learn much from you. I really love all description, stunning pictures and video. You make it more educated and entertaining. Well done and you got my vote!


Neil Sperling from Port Dover Ontario Canada on May 28, 2011:

interesting hub and well done -- thanks Looks like I am a squiggle with a tendency to be a triangle too.... maybe I'm a dot!

D o

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T hings

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 26, 2011:

What an appreciative comment, Mark, thank you. And forget the limbo, you have the class and ability to vault and surpass it. I have spoken! :)

Mark Ewbie from UK on May 26, 2011:

Classy, quality stuff - you raised that bar very high drbj. I'm going to have to limbo under it.

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

You may be more of an overt Square now, thoughtforce, but inside you are still that 'nice' Circle. You are spot on. Our personality often fits the circumstances and the Triangle at work can be the Circle at home, etc.

Speaking of interviewers trying to gauge an applicant's personality, the most difficult question I was ever asked in an interview was when the interviewer said, "What do you think of my interviewing style?" His style was actually awful so I didn't want to tell him the truth. But I didn't want to lie either so I said, "Your questions really challenge me to provide thoughtful answers." That was true!

Thank you for enjoying my hubs and this test, for bookmarking it, pushing the buttons and the up rating. Stay tuned for Part Two coming soon.

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

Nice to meet you, Zubair Ahmed. Thank you for visiting and liking this hub. The sharing of the information is entirely my pleasure.

Now that I have given you 'some fun time trying to do the challenges,' take the test and GO BACK TO WORK!

All the best to you, too.

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

Yes, susannah, try this by all means and let me know how you do.

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

Congratulations, kyenny, on being a Squiggle. We Squiggles have to stand together, you know, against the potential onslaught of Squares who want us to follow all the rules.

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

Alicia, my dear, it was entirely my pleasure to provide this as you called it, 'fun, creative and very interesting hub.' Please do stop by my other personality tests and let me know what you think.

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

OMG, RH. The Romper Room lady saw you through the Magic Mirror? What a spectacular occasion! May I have your autograph? ... at the bottom of a spectacular check?

Christina Lornemark from Sweden on May 25, 2011:

I like circles as a shape so the test says I am one! But unfortunately I am not quite as nice as the description of a circle. Or maybe I was when I was younger, but now I am more a square! I suppose it can differs depending of where we are in life since life matters.

Either way, I enjoy your hubs and this test was just as fun. I was on an interview for a job the other day and a consultant was trying to figure out what kind of person I was. He seemed to have a difficult time and so was I! I which I have thought of giving him your excellent personality tests instead. That would have saved him the trouble:)

Thank you Drbj for this brilliant hub, I will bookmark it. Rated up, awesome and more!


Zubair Ahmed on May 25, 2011:

I Like your hub, thank you for sharing this info, gave some fun time trying to do the challenges. Now I can go back to doing my work again. The wonders of working from home.

All the best

susannah42 from Florida on May 25, 2011:

Thanks I am going to try this.

Krissy from Ohio on May 25, 2011:

This was great fun! I'm a squiggle!! LOLLL

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on May 24, 2011:

Thank you for a fun, creative and very interesting hub! I'm looking forward to reading your other personality test hubs.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on May 24, 2011:

LOL Drbj - you are a wizard of some sort. My mother IS a triangle.

I however, will go to bed with a smile on my face because I get to be a squiggle! It's almost as good as the day the romper room lady saw me through the big magnifying glass! Haha!

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

Hi, Hillary, I think by your comment you are both a Squiggle and a Circle. Forget the sex and booze craze.

Do you need help? Of course, don't we all? But don't change - I love the way you are. (Isn't that the lyric to a long-ago song?)

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

Well it's now clear to me, Ruby, that you are a Squiggle whose latent Triangle just had to show itself. So you are a creative leader and I'll battle barehanded anyone who doubts it.

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

RH - I think you ARE more of a Squiggle than you know. You cetainly write with the flavor and humor of a creative Squiggle. So I herewith dub you one. Now you can organize the party and BE the party all at the same time.

That song - didn't a singer named Dodie Stevens record it? Way back in the early 60s I think. I remember it since I am older than dirt but you are way too young, so it must have been your mother or grandmother's favorite.

Give my regards to your lovable Triangle mom.

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

How nice, wmwm, to meet another Squiggle who may also be a Triangle in disguise as per your description of your drawing.

As far as therapy - we all could use some at times but little foibles are what make life so interesting. And people so fascinating.

Interesting, your remark about your husband being a Circle but not displaying optimism. I suspect it is there but as you so aptly point out, it may be latent. Guess you will just have to show him the way. :)

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

Audrey, I knew you were a lovable Circle. Didn't know about the manipulation episode though, but delighted it worked to clean house, so to speak.

It's always my extreme pleasure to find you on my hubs and read your gracious comments - all true, naturally. Thank you for the up and all the exceptional adjectives. Just knew you were an 'Electric Slider.'

Thanks, too, for the bookmark and the adulation. It goes both ways you know.

Hillary from Atlanta, GA on May 24, 2011:

I think I'm a Squiggle trying to turn into a circle. Maybe I'm a Squiggle trying to penetrate a circle which could mean I really am crazed by sex and booze. Your tests are always fun, but I get weird results. Maybe i need help :O

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on May 24, 2011:

Well it's like this. I love squigglies, but when i attempted to draw one, my hand refused, then my brain said, " You wanna be a leader, don't you?" My ego took over. That's my story and i'm stick'n to it. Hee

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

You are not going to get off that easily, dear Dimi. Look at those 4 symbols and draw something, anything, using all four one time. Now add just one of those symbols to your drawing. Then tell me which one it was.

And the 'useless' could never apply to you, oh Great One.

I have not forgotten your email request and promise to get back to you.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on May 24, 2011:

I would rather be a squiggle - it looks like more fun! It seems to me that the square is the one who organizes the party - the squiggle is the one who is the life of the party! Haha!

One of my favorite tunes - all time - is Tan Shoes and Pink Shoelaces! Do you know of it?

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

Well, Keith, I guess it takes one square peg in a round hole to know another. Ain't life wonderful? Yes, since you asked, I am a Squiggle with a Triangle component that is useful in certain circumstances.

I like to think of myself as a 'creative' dancer who was always more creative after a drink or two (my linit). So you found this hub a 'bit scary, but rather accurate' and 'entertaining too.' I couldn't ask for more. Thanks.

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

Hi, Chatkath. Yes, as you point out, sometimes the questions are a bit difficult to answer definitively so I'm glad you took a chance and discovered you may be a Triangle.

Thanks for the 'Very interesting, thought provoking ... never boring' comments. You and they are much appreciated.

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

Hello, Fossillady, seems you may be a squiggly Square which is ususual but not impossible. You have a number of creative facets.

Tell me, FL, what kind of work do you prefer? For the record, architects, interior designers and artists (of all kinds) often have the same characteristics as you my dear.

Thanks for finding this test fun and interesting.

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

You didn't cheat at all, Jane, your subconscious knew what it was doing. You ARE a Circle with a strong component of Squiggleness - I know that from your hubs.

And with your eye for detail and thoroughness, including adding squiggle legs, you may also be a bit of a, you'll pardon the expression, Square. But thoroughly lovable.

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

Yes, tony, you ARE a triangle ... even though with that enchanting hairdo, you do look more like a Circle.

Which is way better than looking like a Squiggle! :)

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

Ruby, of course you are a Leader, a Squiggly leader, but a leader nonetheless. You just don't let it show. Heh, heh.

Now tell me why you said you were "led to draw two triangles, even though you wanted to draw a squiggley." What precisely did you mean by that statement? Cheers backatcha.

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

As one Squiggle to another (with a Triangle component I try to disguise), I am not at all surprised that Erma Bombeck is one of your heroines. (As you are mine with your humorous recitations of dog, fish, water, auto and whatever follies.)

Just knew you would adore the phone button instructions.

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

Ms. Dee, you are a genuine Circle and what's more an innovative circle who finds a way to put enjoyment into life. Right?

The toy wagon drawing was very clever and yes, the test does work! Thanks for visiting and having fun.

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

Hi, christopher, so you turned out to be a Triangle. Are you surprised? And an admirerer of Margaret as well.

Thanks for enjoying this test and your gracious comments. I always enjoy your vsits.

Mishael Austin Witty from Kentucky, USA on May 24, 2011:

Hmmm. I tried to draw two triangles and two squiggly lines, so I crossed out one of the squiggly lines. Then I realized by reading that I'm much more of a squiggle. My mother is the triangle - just goes to show how enmeshed we are and how I'd sacrifice myself to save her. Yes, I suppose I do need therapy!

My husband, however, is a circle - all the way through. That's another one of these tests that says he's an optimist when he's one of the most negative people I know! Maybe it's just latent optimism ...

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on May 23, 2011:

Well, I fit the circle to a "T". I will even admit to being a manipulator for a period of time - at least that is what my ex-husband said. . .notice that he is an X :)

This was so much fun, useful, awesome and beautiful, it certainly deserved my vote up. Really, quite amazing - especially when the "electric slide" was included.

As with all of your remarkable hubs, I enjoyed this immensely and will bookmark it. I absolutely love you!!!

Oh, gosh - there I go, being a circle again.

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

Sorry to hear, amillar, that you are a sex-crazed alcoholic, who keeps changing his mind about squiggles, circles, squares and triangles. And psycho-ceramic, too? Not to worry. Your secret is safe with me. Heh, heh.

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

So I nailed it on the head for you, barbergirl? You're the perfect Circle, Electric Slide and all? Delighted you are impressed. It's entirely my pleasure. And thank you for taking the time to comment.

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

Hi, Real Housewife, don't be surprised you are a square. Squares are super-organized and many squares graduate to being leaders, you know.

Delighted you had fun with this and I knew all along you were a Hokey Pokey sort of gal. Bit of a squiggle, too, I think.

But predominantly a Square with your love for 'rules and regulations' that everyone should follow. The operative word here of course is 'follow.'