I took this test along with a lot of my friends and decided, for shits and giggles, I’m posting my results. I mean, it’s in these nice graphics.
I was surprised he narcissistic and histrionic sides of me weren’t higher. The masochistic factor is zero but I guess this isn’t about sexuality. And I didn’t know I was so sadistic. Well, the 100% antisocial fits.
The above image cuts off the description of “antisocial” in the middle. Here is the whole thing:
Your test scores suggest that your personality style entails: An extreme autonomy and self-reliance, and a deviance from societal norms. You have poor impulse control and are sensitive to being slighted. Hostility and vindictiveness comes easily to you. You are impatient and restless, always in pursuit of more of “the good things in life.” You are never satisfied in having, only in taking. Seemingly undaunted by risk, pain, and punishment, you are truly unbound by the deterrents that normally condition people’s lives, be they cultural or biological.
A bit more about ASPD:
Well, that’s it about me. The results are corroborated by a professional assessment except they thought I was more narcissistic than this one indicates. They said the only reason I didn’t qualify as a narc, according to them, was that I wasn’t jealous and I was self-aware. Hmmppfff! Sam Vaknin is certainly self-aware and he’s a narc. And many narcs I know say they aren’t full of jealousy either. Whatever…
About this test:
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