Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Rorschach, Anyone?

The psychologist is IN.
Take a seat, lean back on the comfortable couch.
So, what do you see in this?
Or this?
How about this?Did you see a giant with a big nose trying to stop a sneeze with a doorknob in the first one?
Or was it a cumulonimbus cloud with two funnels spouting downward?
Or maybe you saw Bill Clinton in a baseball cap lying on his back and trying to kiss you?
If so, you would be: A) playful, B) Paranoid, C) Either sick or desensitized to too much sex on T.V.
D) If you saw something else- you're probably normal.

What about the second one? Did you see the elongated shadow of a man holding a stick over his head and using another as a cane?
Or possibly you saw a swordsman on stilts?
Or is it a broken guitar chord? If so, you are: A) Pensive B) On the verge of a nervous breakdown C) Conflicted D) If you saw something else, you have great eyesight.

And as for the last one:
Did you see a fat bird hanging from a string? Or does it look like an angel shining a beacon into the sky-beaming home. Possibly you saw a dried up long stemmed rose, being dumped in the trash can. If you did, you're probably: A) Passive-agressive B) Overly optimistic C) Insecure or D) If you saw something else, you're probably creative.

BUT, if you saw the interior designs of your offspring who so charmingly peel the paint off ugly dark doors, then you would be A) Me or B) Papi. If you are neither of the above, I'm sure you're so jealous that I'm the only one with original Rorschach blots on my walls. And if you think that is exciting, stay tuned for my next installation, where we will visit the sacred holes.

P.S. Feel like taking more Rorschach tests? Go here
Enigma was watching me take it and I died laughing at my results. She kept saying, "How did they do that? How did they know? Here's my results:

Diagnostic Overview:
Your responses indicate that you wish for a world of peace, harmony, & nakedness. What's new? Like that's supposed to give us insight into your mind or something? Either you're excruciatingly normal, or you screwed up the test somehow. Take it again. People who answer as you did are always terrible at parking and usually take up two spaces.

Long-Term Prognosis:
You will need intensive therapy to succeed in living a normal life, however this also means you may make an excellent politician. Your answers clearly indicate you need a better wardrobe; this is often because of micro-manifestations of the id, conflicting with your unconscious mind (the one you use at work).

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Mary Ellen said...

Well, my first thought was "How did she get pictures of my house?"

I feel ya. Time for spring painting.

Burgh Baby said...

That would be absolutely hysterical, if only I didn't know just how much works goes into fixing stuff like that. Damn kids!

4boyzmdmom said...

I am E)Absolutely not creative! I couldn't see anything in any of them (besides paint peeled off doors / walls)except the last one did look like a fat bird on a string. I guess that's fairly accurate, since if I'm ever aggressive, it's in a passive way. Well, maybe I'm not as uncreative as I think, since they did remind me of a few things I've seen on my boys' bedroom walls lately--we just painted those walls 2 years ago! (Jared, how did taht big bare spot get on your wall? Jared: I don't know....)

The Cranes said...

I love your ability to make frustrating things comical. I needed that today. The only one I could really see things in was the last one.

Jen said...

Ha ha ha!

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

oh - I think someone will be busy soon!

utmomof 5 said...

Oh my, that looks like a lot of work to fix!! Crazy kids :) I am so going to take that test!!

Michelle said...

LOL! Great PSF!

Wayne said...

In the first one I see a hump back dog about to eat a budgie lol.

great photo friday

Chris said...

Why can't they channel the creativity into something productive?

Pam Emmons said...

Very cool. Gotta love the kids.

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

lol!! That is a very creative and funny way of looking at it. I think we all have a spot in our house where the children have left their mark. ha!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

#1 is a giant ... a hungry giant
#2 is a praying mantis
#3 at first I did see the bird, then I looked again and I saw a fairy sitting on a leaf!!!
I'm going to take the tests........

Susie said...

I thought for sure the first one was the outline to Charlie's Angels!
Very cool blots I must say, you have one budding little pyschologist on your hands!
Such a fun little post--I'm going to take the test right now!

caramama said...

At first, all I could see was a mess of ink on the door and walls. I thought, oh boy, her kids made a mess.

But to play along, I saw:
1. A Dr. Suess animal character.
2. An opening to a cave.
3. Something spilling on an old man's head.

I will have to figure out what that says about me. Playful, deep (I'm thinking Plato's cave) and messy? Probably.

Emily said...

too funny! Great PSF!

CC said...

I couldn't figure out anything. I think I'm just not creative!

Jeanette said...

LOL, that's just so cute!

Angela said...

Here are my first takes:

A big rooster
A man on stilts with a high wire pole
A butterfly on a leaf.

Great PSF, what fun!

Linda@ViewFromTheRidge said...

ha ha ha ha
sooo funny.

Krystyn said...

That long term prognosis is hilarious!