the proof is in the pudding, people.
which one of these two makes you want jeans more?
i mean honestly. it's not even a question.
i am a writer, crafter, and professional burlesque dancer. i like pineapples. i have two jewish cats. also i smell like cookies and i will use this to my advantage when i take over the world.
Renee Baron & Elizabeth Wagele
The Enneagram Made Easy
Discover the 9 Types of People
HarperSanFrancisco, 1994, 161 pages
you are also somewhat CZ
if you too would like to be judged and labeled by a machine who offers no pleasant muscular spasms in return, you can take
The Quick and Painless ENNEAGRAM Test by felk on Ok Cupid
and coming to a blog near you...
a series of posts about some things i do that i recently realized are not normal.
not even a little bit.
hint: they both involve premature death!
once upon a time there was a painfully beautiful princess named kissmendra. she had a fabulous rack, great shoes and moderate internet fame, but alas, it was not enough. she was lonely. kissmendra needed something to care for. something small, something soft, and definitely something orange. so she brought into her castle a gorgeous creature called julius boon.
what kissmendra did not know was that julius boon was suffering from a terrible ailment when they met. it made him behave in ways he could not control- he just was not himself. it was like a fairy tale- once she took him home and loved him, the spell would be broken.
and indeed it was. after several weeks of tender care and medicinal treatment, he felt well enough to reveal his true self. he had been sleepy and snuggley and purry and sweet. kissmendra had taken home dr. julius, and was now stuck with mr. boon.
just in case you hadn't noticed, when completing my johari window no one has yet chosen the words mature, modest, sensible, quiet, or dignified. i wonder why.
miss kendra --
'How will you be defined in the dictionary?'
tomorrow they may wrap fishes in it,
but i was a star for one whole minute!