Serpens (serpens) wrote,


Groovy, baby! Your aura is a sparkling Crystal which means you're a sensitive soul with a romantic, introspective nature.

No bones about it, you're an adventurous Scottish Terrier. Fearless, feisty, and always up for a challenge, you like having things your way. Some people might even label you stubborn or headstrong. But we know you're just ambitious and motivated. (Being misinterpreted is such a trial, isn't it?) Besides, your can-do attitude serves you well when facing challenges at work or in your personal life. No job is too big, and absolutely no obstacle is going to stand in your way. You're always ready, willing, and able to rise to the challenge. A loyal, caring friend, you choose your pals very carefully, then stick by them through thick and thin. Woof!

You're brown, a credible, stable color that's reminiscent of fine wood, rich leather, and wistful melancholy. Most likely, you're a logical, practical person ruled more by your head than your heart. With your inquisitive mind and insatiable curiosity, you're probably a great problem solver. And you always gather all of the facts before coming to a timely, informed decision. Easily intrigued, you're constantly finding new ways to challenge your mind, whether it's by reading the newspaper, playing a trivia game, or composing a piece of music. Brown is an impartial, neutral color, which means you tend to see the difference between fact and opinion easily and are open to many points of view. Trustworthy and steady, you really are a brown at heart.

Mmm ... peppermint! Crisp and refreshing, you're the flavor of candy canes and after-dinner mints everyone's favorite comfort candies. If you were a season, you'd be winter bracing and energizing, but cozy, too. Your honesty and forthright personality make people feel like they've known you forever they can't help but be drawn to your sweet, fresh nature. Perhaps a little old-fashioned, and occasionally shy, you're generally happy and well-liked. Traditional and invigorating, you're a truly tasty treat.

Remember how picky Jerry was on Seinfeld? Or how hard it was for Chandler to stick with a girlfriend before Monica on Friends? Can you relate? Like you, both of them are JV, which means they're not quite ready for the big leagues. When it comes to relationships, having fun and getting to know lots of people is priority number one. Right now, "commitment" might not be the sweet nothing you're dying to hear.
Sure, the idea of a long-term relationship sounds hunky dory. But when you get close to committing, do you tend to find a reason (any reason) to bolt? Is flirting just too much fun to give up? Maybe you need your space right now. Besides, your curious nature makes it tricky to limit yourself to just one person.
That's all well and good, as long as you're happy and not avoiding intimacy "issues." If not, there's no need to rush into anything, so keep having fun until you're ready to take things to the next level.

You idolize Donald Trump. You aim to succeed and you'll quickly crush anyone who stands in your way. You want money. You want fame. You want that big corner office. Your closet is brimming with red power suits. You know how to impress people, and you know how to have a good time.
You're very ambitious and personable, and you've got a great sense of humor. You care a lot about how you look. You're bursting with self-confidence, and people admire you for your achievements and determination. Behind that bold exterior, though, you sometimes worry that you're not good enough. But, hey, don't we all?
Professionally, you're extremely motivated. But you can be so critical of your work that it may be self-destructive. Nevertheless, people generally know that you're a solid, reliable person who can perform under pressure. After all, you read Forbes and follow proven strategies for success.
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