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Kingdomality
Hail to ye all,
I found this funny test on the net which can tell you what profession you would have had in the middleages.
I myself came out a White Knight.Kingdomality
http://www.cmi-lmi.com/kingdomality.html
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Hey, I'm married to a White Knight! Weird, huh? :)Just got John to take the test, and he came out a White Knight! That's kinda like Satan being married to Jesus! LOL!-- Nanaea
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LOL that is funny! I should get Ryan to take it, he probably would be like a black knight! LOL
Gia
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Whoops, didn't mean to type that "n/t" above.
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It is unnerving that all 12 personality types are "just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms".
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correction for "Discoverer"http://www.cmi-lmi.com/discover.html
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You sure are a thorough woman!What you do you tend to do in a very thorough way.
I did not know myself how many ends there were in the Kingdomality test.
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Nan, lets divide and RULEEEEEE!!!!!!!Cool game Weslyn!
"...The Prime Minister.... strategist who pursues the most efficient and logical path toward the realization of the goal that you perceive or visualize... inept assistants may be immediately discarded as excess baggage...a bold decision maker and risk taker who can move society ahead by years instead of minutes...you may be unmerciful, impatient, arrogant, impetuous and impulsive..."
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Your distinct personality, The Dreamer-Minstrel might be found in most of the thriving kingdoms of the time. You can always see the "Silver Lining" to every dark and dreary cloud. Look at the bright side is your motto and understanding why everything happens for the best is your goal. You are the positive optimist of the world who provides the hope for all humankind. There is nothing so terrible that you can not find some good within it. On the positive side, you are spontaneous, charismatic, idealistic and empathic. On the negative side, you may be a sentimental dreamer who is emotionally impractical. Interestingly, your preference is just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms.I am not sure weather that is good or bad...lolGia
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A "Raini" Dreamer-Minstrel, to be precise :p
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Why am I not surprised? :)We're like evil twins! Coooooool! :)-- Nanaea
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Lets think of an "evil twin" anagram name combination for us to adopt :)
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"Nanaea/Pavlos" = "Espana Avalon"?
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Oh, I've got it!"The Nanaea/Pavlos Twins" = "Satan's Valiant New Hope".-- Nanaea
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Ultra cool :))))
Given my present state of mind, I also suggest the following:
Nanaea and Pavlos, Prime Ministers: Napalm depraves nastier insomnia
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Works for me! :) If only we were famous or sumthin', I'd submit my "Satan's Valiant New Hope" anagram to Mr. WT-P of Anagram Genius. But we're not, and Mr. WT-P would probably go: "Who the hell are Nanaea and Pavlos?" LOL!-- Nanaea Nobody (but Satan loves me anyway :)
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Maybe not famous, but certainly infamous :P
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The Rule of Lord Anagram Pavlos the firstIn the year of the Lord 2001 an era had begun where even the jesters feared the court as even the gayest of jests was anagrammed into obscure riddles by the benevolent dictator!
*smiles*
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Selwyn, you've got all your medieval characters now (well, we're still waiting for Sarahjeanne and Gia and perhaps a few others to take the Kingdomality test), and the setting is the Kingdom of Behindthenameland. You should write us a story. :)-- Nanaea
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I'm a Shepard. It says I care about poeple or some crap like that. Who's the idiot that made up that test?? J/K :PMine was pretty acurate. Or so I like to think.SJ
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sarahjeanne your a shepard and I am a dreamer-minstral.... hmmm interesting!!
Gia
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I'm a Shepard. It says I care about poeple or some crap like that. Who's the idiot that made up that test?? J/K :PMine was pretty acurate. Or so I like to think.SJ
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Do not tempt me fair ladyOr I might just do that
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In the meantime, I charge you, Sir White Knight, with the noble duty of keeping track of all the occupations in the Kingdom of Behindthenameland. I see a shepherd joined us last night. :)-- Nanaea
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...yet another chapter in the *Complete and Unabridged Anagrammed Works of Weslyn* :P
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I am a dreamer-minstrel. Interestingly enough the descriptions are a lot like my astrological signs description (Aquarius). Cool site.
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Very cool site, Selwyn :). I'm a shepherd..."Your distinct personality, The Shepherd is to tend to your human flock. You understand the needs of those for whom you are responsible. Shepherds are vigilant and reliable. You realize your obligation and commitment to the well being of those entrusted to your care. Shepherds are very dependable. You engender a feeling of comfort and stability to those within your charge. On the positive side, Shepherds can be empathic, caring, understanding, practical and realistic. On the negative side, you may be manipulative, close-minded and sentimentally rigid. Interestingly, your preference is just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms."~~Melissa
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That makes two of youPhyllis came out a dreamer minstrel too
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I'm a discoverer. And the note about procrastination is fitting."Your distinct personality, The Discoverer, might be found in most of the thriving kingdoms of the time. Your overriding goal is to go where no one else has ever gone before. Regardless of the number of available natural problems to be solved, it is not unusual for you to continually challenge yourself with new situations or obstacles that you have created. You are an insatiable explorer of people, places, things and ideas. You thrive on constant change and anything new or different. On the positive side, you can be creatively rational as well as open minded and just. On the negative side, you might be an impractical and indecisive procrastinator. Interestingly, your preference is just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms."
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"Your overriding goal is to go where no one else has ever gone before."Hey, you're like Captain Kirk! Of the starship "Behindthename"! :)-- Nanaea
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NanaeaNOT KIRK! If Mike C. was like Captain Kirk, any female that is relatively "fair" would be ravished in an instant. Now, perhaps Piccard (if you're going to stay within Star Trek). Either that or *sound the trumpets* Doctor Who!Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)
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Entering warp speed 2 CaptainOr so we will as your challenge irons out the bugs, which I must admit I never noticed before they were pointed out to me
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I'm the Benevolent Ruler! Is that, like, good? (:)):P
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Cool! I'm a Prime Minister!"Your distinct personality, The Prime Minister might be found in most of the thriving kingdoms of the time. You are a strategist who pursues the most efficient and logical path toward the realization of the goal that you perceive or visualize. You will often only associate with those people who can assist you in the implementation of your plan. Inept assistants may be immediately discarded as excess baggage. To do otherwise could be seen as inefficient and illogical. On the positive side, you can be rationally idealistic and analytically ideological. You can be a bold decision maker and risk taker who can move society ahead by years instead of minutes. On the negative side, you may be unmerciful, impatient, arrogant, impetuous and impulsive. Interestingly, your preference is just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms."Oooo, I'm so conceited now, there will be NO livin' with me on this board! Hahahahahaha!Although what I reeeeeally wanted to be was Daividh's Black Knight!-- Nanaea
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Nanaea for president !*wonders if that truly was a good suggestion after all* :)
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President, schmesident! When I grow up, I wanna be DESPOT!
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I had the feeling you would say something like that *smiles*
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I'm a Black Knight?Darned thing got my weight wrong, too.
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Massa Black Knight...sho' hope da armor is stroong, them maraudin' fud'packers is all over da place!
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None shall pass![battle sounds]
[Black Knight defeats another knight in a bloody battle as Arthur watches]ARTHUR:You fight with the strength of many men, Sir Knight.
[pause]
I am Arthur, King of the Britons.
[pause]
I seek the finest and the bravest knights in the land to join me in my Court of Camelot.
[pause]
You have proved yourself worthy; will you join me?
[pause]
You make me sad. So be it. Come, Patsy.BLACK KNIGHT: None shall pass.ARTHUR: What?BLACK KNIGHT: None shall pass.ARTHUR: I have no quarrel with you, good Sir knight, but I must cross this bridge.BLACK KNIGHT: Then you shall die.ARTHUR: I command you as King of the Britons to stand aside!BLACK KNIGHT: I move for no man.ARTHUR: So be it![hah][parry thrust][ARTHUR chops the BLACK KNIGHT's left arm off after a short battle]ARTHUR: Now stand aside, worthy adversary.BLACK KNIGHT: 'Tis but a scratch.ARTHUR: A scratch? Your arm's off!BLACK KNIGHT: No, it isn't.ARTHUR: Well, what's that then?BLACK KNIGHT: I've had worse.ARTHUR: You liar!BLACK KNIGHT: Come on you pansy![hah]
[parry thrust]
[ARTHUR chops the BLACK KNIGHT's right arm off]
ARTHUR: Victory is mine! [kneeling] We thank thee Lord, that in thy merc-[Black Knight kicks Arthur in the head while he is praying]
BLACK KNIGHT: Come on then.ARTHUR: What?BLACK KNIGHT: Have at you!ARTHUR: You are indeed brave, Sir knight, but the fight is mine.BLACK KNIGHT: Oh, had enough, eh?ARTHUR: Look, you stupid bastard, you've got no arms left.BLACK KNIGHT: Yes I have.ARTHUR: Look!BLACK KNIGHT: Just a flesh wound.[Headbutts Arthur in the chest]ARTHUR: Look, stop that.BLACK KNIGHT: Chicken! Chicken!ARTHUR: Look, I'll have your leg. Right! [whop]BLACK KNIGHT: Right, I'll do you for that!ARTHUR: You'll what?BLACK KNIGHT: Come 'ere!ARTHUR: What are you going to do, bleed on me?BLACK KNIGHT: I'm invincible!ARTHUR: You're a loony.BLACK KNIGHT: The Black Knight always triumphs! Have at you! Come on then.[whop][ARTHUR chops the BLACK KNIGHT's other leg off]BLACK KNIGHT: All right; we'll call it a draw.ARTHUR: Come, Patsy.BLACK KNIGHT: Oh, oh, I see, running away, 'eh? ... You yellow bastards! Come back here and take what's coming to you.... I'll bite your legs off!
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That is from Monty Python and the search for the holy grail, that is a hilarious movie!
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Well said Gia here is your prize!And as a special prize I will post the link to the ultra great webpage where I took the text from:http://www.montypython.net/
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:P
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Ni!
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ROTFWL!
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Agus tu fein, Selwyn (and to yourself, Selwyn)I tried it, too and I came out to be the Dreamer-Minstrel.Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)
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I can imagine ;)I would have been more than surprised if you came out a merchant
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Slightly "Back topic"SelwynI found out that at least two of Jane Yolen's books were translated into Danish (I think one actually is in Swedish, but it came up as Danish):1) Den Rode Drage (a slash through the o, iykwim), Glydendal 1986
2) Ugle Mane (a circle above the a, aiykwim), Carlsen Forlag 1989She has at least 475 books out and about according to OCLC FirstSearch (but a few are translations of her books from English :D).I'm wondering if you're still interested :)Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)
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That I amThanks Phyllis !
I will take a look at them
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SelwynYou're very welcome. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
The bibliophile who has been thrown out of three more public libraries (they have to close too, you know),Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)
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QuestionI wonder Phyllis what did this mean:
"The bibliophile who has been thrown out of three more public libraries (they have to close too, you know)"I am not sure I understand what you mean.-Selwyn
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SelwynHave you ever been so caught up in a book or a paper that the next thing you know the library is closing? I've actually "blanked out" in the pages of a good book.Imagine for a moment: You arrive at your local library at 10:30, pick out a book to look at, then the next thing you know it's 20:30, the lights are being turned off and the head librarian or security guard is gently clasping your shoulder to gain your attention. Trust me, it's an experience. ;)
About being thrown out of three more public libraries: I'm unfortunately well known for escaping into a good book or search. That and I'm known on a first-name basis at three libraries (one sends get well soon cards if the librarians don't see me at the library for a week).Any more questions? I'm more than happy to answer (as long as they're not too personal).Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)
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Selwyn (and anyone else interested)Anne Mccaffrey has a website (http://www.annemccaffrey.org) that has a list of books she's written (alas, some of them are romances, but that's neither here nor there). You might be able to find out if any of them have been translated into Danish (or whatever language you're most comfortable with) and where to find them.Phyllis (aka Sidhe Uaine or Gaia Euphoria)
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im a scientist
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NiceYou must be one logical person then :)
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