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Pig Personality Test

So, you’ve drawn your pig – now what does it really say about your personality?

  • If the pig is drawn toward the top of the paper, you are a positive and optimistic person.
  • If the pig is drawn towards the middle of the page, you are a realist.
  • If the pig is drawn toward the bottom of the page, you are pessimistic and have a tendency to behave negatively.
  • If the pig is facing left, you believe in tradition, are friendly and remember dates and birthdays.
  • If the picture is facing forward (towards you), you are direct, enjoy playing the devil’s advocate and neither fear nor avoid discussion.
  • If the pig is facing right, you are innovative and active, but have neither a sense of family, nor remember dates.
  • If the pig is drawn with many details, you are analytical, cautious, and distrustful.
  • If the pig is drawn with few details, you are emotional, naive, care little for detail, and take risks.
  • If the pig is drawn with four legs showing, you are secure, stubborn and stick to your ideals.
  • If the pig is drawn with less than four legs showing, you are insecure or are living through a period of major change.
  • The larger the pig’s ears, the better a listener you are.
  • And last but not least, the longer the pig’s tail you have drawn, the more intelligent you are!

Whoever thought you could learn so much about yourself with a simple drawing?!

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