Yesterday I did a shortened version of the Myers-Briggs personality test on Facebook and got ENFJ. Which I have got before in the full version – or maybe it was ENFP? Anyway, there was an E and an N in there, and I’m pretty sure of the F. I think it’s pretty accurate.

This morning I did an even more bastardized version and got this:

ISFP: The Crackpot



Your personality is characterized by your impulsiveness, defiance of conformity and orthodoxy, and competitive nature. Taken together, these traits make up the ideal crackpot. While your personality might seem flighty and your attention span short to an outsider, you live by the motto “Life is best approach–oh, look, potato chips!”

You are always on the cutting edge of new trends. Whether it’s podcasting, taking up the guitar, or running away to a far-off east African compound and joining a doomsday apocalyptic cult, you are always following your heart and quickly embracing new ideas. However, you tend to be fleeting in your passions, which means they often may lack the dedication that marks a true cultist. While you often lack the dedication most people give to careers and family, you can still support yourself in more unorthodox ways, like by selling blood plasma, turning tricks, and mooching off your family.

Famous Crackpots include Joan of Arc and–oh, look, potato chips!


Stop laughing, brothers of mine. Although I have to say, the potato chip remark is uncannily accurate.