“A small psychological game and an opportunity to check the traits of your character. In front of us is a picture completely detached from reality.
We don’t know why the people depicted in it are doing what they’re doing, can’t predict how it will all end, and don’t even have the opportunity to ask clarifying questions.
But that doesn’t prevent forming a subjective opinion about what’s happening. So, a question from Lemurov.net: who among these four behaves most foolishly, from your point of view?
Most likely, you don’t like to argue, ‘bust your butt’ for any goals and conflicts, even if the situation demands it.
You are peace-loving to the point of absurdity — you understand that sometimes you act weakly, yet you still do it. But you’re always honest, and you have no enemies!
Have there been times when you immediately regretted your actions? Yes, there were! You act on impulse, unafraid of difficulties, hardly noticing them at all.
But you also rarely think about the consequences, preferring action over reasoning. And sometimes, this leads to unsightly deeds.
Surely, inventiveness is a strong trait of your character. There are no hopeless situations, only poorly analyzed ones, and if you work, you do it at full throttle!
And with this surge of enthusiasm, important details that could influence your decisions are often overlooked.
Nobody can ever impose their opinion on you; you simply won’t allow it. You might even go to certain lengths to preserve your individuality and not succumb to others’ influence.
‘Mainstream’ is a swear word for you, and the prospect of facing opposition from society only excites you.
Have you understood the algorithm of this test already? Yes, as an observer, we clearly understand the absurdity of what is happening in the picture.
But we appoint a person of our character as the ‘main sufferer’ — they act as they are used to, but in this situation, it’s a mistake. And that’s why it stands out immediately, because personally, you would most likely find yourself in their place.
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