That Blog: The Cube Game
by, 19th April 2012 at 03:54 PM (214 Views)
So I was surfing the internet just now, and I saw something that reminded me of a little conversation I had with a friend of mine a few weeks ago. He subjected me to the psychology test he called 'The Cube Game'. It involved a few questions about a room inside my mind that said everything about me; you've probably heard of it. So here's how it went:
Q1: You're in a white room. What colour are the walls?
Me: White, duh.
Q2: There's a cube in the room. How big is it?
Me: About 5m³.
Q3: Where is the cube?
Me: Middle of the room, on the floor.
Q4: What colour is the cube?
Me: White, I guess.
Q5: There's a vase in the room. Where is it?
Me: On top of the cube, right in the middle.
Q6: There are flowers in the vase. How many kinds?
Q7: There's a horse in the room. Describe it in 3 words.
Me: Lolwut? Big, tan, male.
Q8: There's a window in the room. How's the weather outside?
Me: Sunny; moderate to fair.
Q9: There's a ladder in the room. How high does it go?
Me: Stops just short of the ceiling.
Q10: Do you climb the ladder?
Me: No; why would I?
Apparently, my results break down like this:
Q1: The only question with a right answer, and I got it right, so that means I'm focused and I pay attention.
Q2: Apparently, the cube represents my ego. So my ego's about 5m³...
Q3: ...at the heart of me, but not up in the air, so I'm slightly egotistical, somewhat introverted but down-to-earth.
Q4: A white cube apparently signifies the illusion of honesty; it seems transparent in the white room, so people think they can trust me, but there's more under the surface that they can't see.
Q5: The vase and flowers represent my friends, so that means they're close to me and central to my life.
Q6: Two kinds of flowers = two distinct categories of 'friend'.
Q7: The horse apparently represents my ideal lover...so...my subconscious wants me to find a big, tan guy?
Q8: The weather represents my outlook on life- currently sunny, but subject to change.
Q9: The ladder represents my ambition. So...high, but within reason.
Q10: I don't climb the ladder, so I don't aim for my highest ambition. Uh...okay.
I'd say that's weirdly accurate, although I have my doubts about questions 7 and 8.
Anyway...just thought I'd share that. Have fun trying to get those last few minutes back that you just spent reading this.
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