Describe yourself in 4 words.
I know it is hard but it can be done..................so DO IT NOW!
4 words are not enough to describe myself..but I'll try to find 2 negative and 2 positive......PATient,,loving,,.....timid,,
Personal Marketing Resume Expert - and when I tried to hit submit answer, it tells me that 4 words is too short... so I'm adding this to make it long enough to comply...
The que says my answer is to short however that answer in four words is "Look to the left."
I WOULD DESCRIBE MYSELF AS:
Living topsy turvy life.
Does that make up the length requirement of answers here?
Simple honest reliable punctual...
Thats me in a nutshell, although not literally of course
there are much more but if i have to choose just 4...this will be it
short stalky cocky jokester. that sounds about right
Not much option, only in 4 words ?
Well then here I go ,
Honest, Loving, Reliable, Friendly.
Four words to descrive myself: Caring, Curious, Creative, Sensitive
The first four words that come to mind are:
Loving, passionate, hilarious, curious.
Wow.....let me think.......
-outgoing (some would say too talkative..haha)
Ok...I'm a born again Christian so therefore I'm
Here goes: Caring, creative, curious and concerned.
There is more to me than those adjectives, but I think they describe the most prominent of my traits.
If any one ask me about me then I tell him/her this four words about me... responsible, quiet, creative, honest.
rare, spiritual, sensitive, artistic-
eccentric, caring, generous, creative-
integrity, quality, creative, truthful
These are the words I feel best describe me as integrity principles are important to me. I believe in the principle that one person can make a difference but it must be through honest efforts.
Something I can take NO credit for: Saved By Christ's Blood
One very fabulous woman
Now isn't that funny! When trying to answer the question, I was told it was too short. Maybe it needed to be 'Describe yourself in 5 words'.
That is 4, unless you count the don't contraction, then it's 5. haha
Hubpages is telling me that my answer is too short! Lol: Earthy, Spiritual, Passionate, Loving
"Your answer is too short. Please make Longer."
Talented Honest Loyal Friend
Simple, Creative, Relaxed, and Witty
Blah blah blah.. lol now my answer is long enough to post.
I have good sense of humor, bipolar, witty and picky...hehehhe
by fratjoe18 5 months ago
mine would be Laidback, honest, silly
by phoenix_028@yahoo 15 months ago
If you were to describe yourself, what kind of animal would best describe you.?I would be a wolf, their ability to survive as well as their relation to their family is a wonder...sort of the same as me.
by Erica Sanchez 7 years ago
I posted this in the question field and was closed do to the numerous responses I had so lets continue the question in a forum. Shall we.....
by jagandelight 7 years ago
If you could choose one word to describe yourself, what would it be?
by HubPages 6 years ago
How to describe yourself
by sarahsherlock 18 months ago
I would be - successful lady who hates cleaning!
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