For example: At a party I am most likely to:
a) find a corner and try to avoid detection
b) get in the middle of a crowd and tell some jokes
c) find one or two friends and stay with them or
d) hold a flaming Bible aloft and assign them all to hell.
or some such. Insert eye-rolling here. What kind of party? Do I know everyone? Do I know NOone? Is everyone but me drunk? Does anyone in the room read my blog? What am I wearing? What time is it? Have I had anything to eat? Am I broke? Is this real life?
The variables make all the difference. If I am at a party full of drunk people I don't know and they all read my blog, and I am not wearing a dress made of meat, then yes, I am going to get in there and tell some jokes. I love drunk people. (NOTE: I AM NOT ENDORSING DRUNKENNESS. I AM ENDORSING HAVING CONVERSATIONS WITH DRUNK PEOPLE BECAUSE THEY ARE HILARIOUS AND THEY WON'T REMEMBER IT.) I digress.
The point is, well, really there is no point, per se. It's more the subject of the ramble is personality. And actually, that's not even it, so much. What I was wondering, 300 words ago or so, was are habits set at a certain point in life? Like, do I have to get Toby to stop picking his nose by the time he's 5 or he'll do it in college? Or, as it relates to me, can I become a neat freak at 31? Old dog, new tricks and all that...
Oh, and I was a double Sanguine in high school. I think that was the last time I had the patience to take the whole test.