Know thyself

I figure, if Andrea can do it, Lynn can do it, and Fillyjonk can do it, there’s no excuse for me not to do it, and so I did it.





8 comments

  1. Jeff Brokaw »

    1 July 2012 · 9:09 am

    Interesting – thanks Chaz for doing that.

    Just curious, how long did that take? Maybe I’ll take this project on – looks interesting. More than a couple of my answers would be very similar to yours – but that’s probably not too big a shock.

  2. CGHill »

    1 July 2012 · 10:52 am

    A little over two hours. (It was started last night at, wouldn’t you know it, 10:30.)

  3. Donna B. »

    1 July 2012 · 8:40 pm

    I was a bit surprised by how similar some of my answers would be to yours, identical, in fact, to the last question.

  4. CGHill »

    1 July 2012 · 9:07 pm

    Well, I’ve never been able to think of myself as unique, exactly.

  5. Tatyana »

    2 July 2012 · 5:17 am

    Apart from several unexpected answers that was interesting to read- what, do you think, is a practical purpose of this questionnaire? I mean, you diligently spent several hours of your [relatively well-organized, if not exactly “happy”] life answering impertinent questions…and what?
    I mean, what’s the “happiness project” purports to do with all these data? Do they make some sort of conclusions? recommendations?

  6. CGHill »

    2 July 2012 · 7:15 am

    Given its name, I assume the project is one of those do-gooder organizations, and its ultimate goal is therefore to Do Good (or Gooder, if possible), however they may have defined it. I suspect that sales of their books are a priority.

  7. Lynn »

    2 July 2012 · 8:33 am

    Hmmm… I never followed it back to the original source. I Just saw it and thought it would be a fun waste of time. Took me about half an hour to 45 minutes I think.

  8. CGHill »

    2 July 2012 · 10:56 am

    I suspect LeeAnn’s stream-of-consciousness version took either several hours or eight and a half minutes. Hard to tell with her.

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