Fun Future Fortune Telling and Personality Quiz
Just-for-fun fortune-telling quiz
This is a fun fortune-telling/pseudo-psychoanalytical quiz that I came across back when I lived in Thailand. It is a quiz with open-ended questions, so you will have to interpret the results for yourself. The way this works is for you to supply your answers from your imagination to my questions. Try to be descriptive and give the first answer that comes to your mind without mulling over it too much, as that might skew the real interpretation. You may also want to jot your answers down on a piece of paper in case you forget.
Here goes and enjoy! Let me stress here that this is for entertainment purposes only. I cannot and will not guarantee that it is in any way accurate.
1. First, imagine yourself strolling along in the woods. What does your surrounding look like? Is it just a place where there are few trees here and there or is it more like a forest or even a jungle?
2. As you walk along, you spot an animal. What animal is it?
3. You continue walking and now encounter a body of water. What is it? Is it a creek, stream, river, pond, lake, etc.? Shallow or deep? Calm or rough?
4. You want to get across this body of water. How do you do it?
5. After you have crossed that body of water, you see a kind of a wall. What material is it made of and what is its size?
6. You manage to get to the other side of the wall. You now see a house and decide to walk in. There is a dining table standing in the middle of the room. What do you see on the table?
7. There is also a set of teapot and cup/s. How many cups do you see?
8. As you walk out the back door, you see an old cup lying on the ground. What do you do to it?
And now, for the answers.
1. The woods – this represents your past. The more trees there are in your woods, the more troubles or difficulties you have had in your past and/or childhood.
2. The animal – this represents how you perceive your present problems. If it is a small, cute animal like a bunny or a squirrel, for example, then you view your problems as something not to sweat over. Big, vicious animals like a bear or a lion might signify that you view your problems as something a little too overwhelming or intimidating.
3. The body of water represents your sexual appetite. Again, size says it all. The bigger the body of water, the bigger your sexual appetite (same goes with the shallow/deep/calm/rough descriptions).
4. How you get across that body of water represents your attitude towards sex. The more “wet” you get from getting across it, the more open you are about sex. So, if you say you swim across it, for instance, then you are probably someone who thinks anything goes. If you say, for example, that you built a raft or bridge to get across (and not get wet), then you are probably more conservative or reserved when it comes to sex.
5. The wall – this represents your future problems. If it is a high, towering wall made of steel, then you may have to brace yourself. If it is just a small, brick wall, then you may not have it so bad.
6. Table in the house – what you see here represents assets you have or will have. The more things you see (like a big table full of food and expensive silverware), then the more material wealth you will have.
7. Number of tea cups – represents the number of people you will have in your family. One cup means you will remain single. Two means married with no children, and so on.
8. The old cup outside and what you do with it – this represents how you deal with past relationships. Do you keep the cup thinking it might be useful one day (and so it is with your past relationships)? Do you just leave it alone as it is? Or do you throw it away?
Hope that was fun for you!
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