One word that defines you?
What is one word that defines who you are as a person?
One word : loyal... Once I deem someone a friend or partner I give them 100% loyalty.
Efferevescent.. A friend of mine always said I was like champayne, always bubbly!
In one word I would say "Happy" ! It does not matter how bad it gets you have to keep smiling.
Ahh, I am with you AliceFSpencer. I do get sad, when there is a reason, but my general feeling is that I am so happy. Life is great. We are so lucky!!
Very true!! Smiling is universal. Everyone knows when you are happy. There is no language barrier when you smile. )))
I would say 'kind'. I try to be nice to everyone no matter who they are.
("If there was an award for laziness - I would send someone to bring it to me")
LOL!!! I got called " lazy" once , by my stepmother, when I was 12 years old. I'll never forget THAT episode. Ever since then, I VOWED to always look busy, no matter WHERE I was---LOL.. I was NOT going to be called lazy EVER AGAIN, by NO ONE!!
I don't have such memories.
Last I remember from my mom calling me to take the groceries I was shouting she was "Children labor exploiting" me
Sensitive. This can be good at times and bad at others. You don't want to be sensitive in every area of your life.
For me the word is 'Dependable' I am known affectionately as 'The rock' within my family. A very good question this!
Awesome, old albion. Dependability is a GOOD THING, especially these days. It's something that is deterioating in society. People are so concerned with themsleves, others people's needs go on the back burner. We need more folks like YOU, sir!
I was involved in a personality profile about 12 years ago, where a friend and myself came out in a 7% of the population rating... the word being "complex". There are so many factors within each one of us, that a single word can hardly do us all justice. I believe that we are all multifaceted, but understanding our personality traits helps us cope with ourselves and others much better. Good question and one that we can all ponder.
I would say 'Sincere', because I do maintain all my relationships with full sincerity and do all my work with full sincerity.
If you mean at this moment in time it'd be "horny"..my husband is asleep and he looks so nummy-num lying under the covers.
But if you're asking about a general, prevailing trait I guess it'd be Grateful. I have faced some very rough times in life but I've also been extremely blessed in other ways..ways that matter more than money, power and all the stuff that we can't take in the next life.
I guess I have to add more words to my answer, though. I am also not a doormat, strangely enough.
hope that was not too " narcisstic "...excuse the humor...
The word Complex is true of Me.
But to follow the lead of other humerous people here,
Rogue. Yes, that sounds right. I'm Rogue, like an elephant, not the girl from X-Men.
And my son Chad is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
Though I have bee called impossible, sweet, sly, and many more, but, I've always felt more like rogue.
And the Mary Poppins word is very fun. Like our kids!
Carefree. I just go with the natural flow of life and everything in between.
Fun question! I'd have to say that the one word that defines me best at the moment is "determined". It incorporates or is necessary because of other definitive concepts like "stubborn", "assertive", "flawed", "law-abiding", "patriotic", "open-minded", "liberal", "precise", "intelligent", "creative", and many more.
Until I started college, however, the term that best defined me was, "afraid", followed by "ashamed".
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