You Are a Carousel
You are definitely in things for the fun. You find joy easily, and you are often building up anticipation for your next adventure.
In relationships, you tend to want to be babied and taken care of.
And while you may be a bit high maintenance, you are incredibly loyal.Your life is simple and satisfying. Each day you treat yourself to something you enjoy.
You have a lot of emotional attachments, and experiences are extra vivid to you.
You tend to be nostalgic and sentimental. The past is important to you.
Comfortable around all living things, you have a special connection to animals and children.
At your best, you are whimsical, free spirited, and creative.
Even if your schemes seem a bit strange, they usually work out wonderfully.
At your worst, you are spoiled, demanding, and impossible to satisfy.
You’ve been known to act like a brat if you aren’t getting your way!
You Are a Haunted House
You are a deeply complicated and sometimes deeply disturbed person.
You can’t help but be attracted to the dark side of life – even when it’s pretty gruesome.
In relationships, you are honest and real. So real that it’s definitely a little scary.
You don’t fake it or play along just to get along. And people either respect this… or deeply resent it
Your life is thoughtful, deep, and even philosophical at times.
You see the world as it is. You don’t sugar coat anything.
Facing and fighting your fears is important to you. You believe that too much of life is whitewashed.
You’re not too morbid… you just believe that you can’t enjoy life without exorcising a few demons first!
At your best, you are brave, intense, and fearless.
Not only do you face the abyss head on – you challenge your friends to do the same.
At your worst, you are depressed and morose.
If you’re not careful, your thoughts take over your mind… and they aren’t pretty!
I’m a haunted house too.
Like, I’m a haunted house too. Raincoaster probably wanted to be a haunted house, but got the sissy merry go round.
Maybe she wanted to be a pink unicorn?
You Are a Ferris Wheel
Deep down, you are a fun, whimsical, and easygoing person.
You often enjoy life for what it is, and the littlest changes in course can be quite thrilling.
In relationships, people tend to feel what you feel. It can be liberating at first…
But after a while, the people closest to you end up feeling a little trapped.
Your life has perfectly normal cycles of ups and downs.
However, you can’t help but sometimes feel that you’re missing out on the most exciting aspects of life.
You only are happy when you’re experiencing the highest of highs.
Your low points just make you feel depressed, restless, and bored.
At your best, you feel on top of the world with a great sense of perspective.
You believe that anything is possible, and that you are happily looking down on everyone else.
At your worst, you feel like your life is going in circles. You often feel like you’re not going anywhere.
This is sometimes psychologically disorienting. And sometimes it brings on a sense of hopelessness.
I totally wanted to be the Octopus, duh.
I am [allegedly]the roller coaster:
You live for excitement, adventure, and the most intense of thrills.
Nothing is better than feeling you’re truly alive, and you’re willing to take risks to feel this way.
In relationships, people often feel a bit nervous about what they’re getting into…
But generally, everyone enjoys the wild ride you take them on. Unless they stay with you too long – then they’re apt to feel a bit nauseous!
Your life has more low points and high points than most people’s lives.
But that’s okay – you love them. You figure that a smooth ride is boring!
Besides, you know that super high highs only come from knowing super low lows.
You cherish every emotion you feel and feel it fully. Why deny what life is truly about?
At your best, you are loving life and sharing your wild times with everyone you know.
You are able to open your friends up to a whole new world of experiences.
At your worst, you feel extremely disoriented and even a bit dizzy.
There’s only so much intensity a human (even you!) can take.
I think the Max and Cow go to Paris thing pretty much is the movie of this carnival ride, non?
[Disclaimer : No French people were maimed or killed when we threw that penny off the Eiffel Tower.]
Did I ever tell you I was born in France? And I’ve got this mysterious head injury…
Hey that was not us, we were there in 2000 scarring, I mean, um, visiting the French.
In 2000 I was scaring customers at Starbucks in Yaletown, so I guess you’re okay. Unless your penny can time-travel. How fast was it going?
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Well we never saw it hit bottom. Cow abandoned the binocs in her pack halfway up the tower. Jees I told her not to wear heels. She would never make it through boot camp.
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