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Draw a pig.

In a Board meeting last week, that was the only instruction we were given. Try it. Draw a pig. No peeking or reading ahead!

<insert pig jokes because people can’t help but look ahead>

Q: Why did the farmer call his pig ink?

A: Because it always ran out of the pen!

Q: Why did it take the pig hours to cross the road?

A: Because he was a slow-pork!

Q: Why should you never tell a pig a secret?

A: Because they love to squeal!

Okay, so here’s a little ‘personality’ test based on what you drew:

If the pig is drawn…

Toward the top of the paper, you’re a positive, optimistic person.

Toward the middle of the paper, you’re a realist.

Toward the bottom of the paper, you’re a pessimist and have a tendency to be negative.

Facing left, you’re traditional, friendly, and good at remembering dates, including birthdays.

Facing forward (or angled forward), you’re direct, enjoy playing “the devil’s advocate,” and neither fear nor avoid discussions.

Facing right, you’re innovative and active but do not have a strong sense of family, and you’re not good at remembering dates.

With many details, you’re analytical, cautious, and distrustful.

With few details, you’re emotional and naïve, care little for details, and are a risk-taker.

With less than four legs, you’re insecure or are going through a period of major change.

With large ears, you’re a good listener. The larger the ears, the better listener you are.

With a long tail, you have a good sex life. The longer the tail, the better it is.

So… what’s your pig personality? What do you think, were your results accurate?

Perhaps the Pig Personality test is not-so-scientific, but it’s fun nonetheless. Please share your results.