Title: Alter egos.
Description: see what you get.
aocypher - May 3, 2007 07:54 PM (GMT)
Blastfurnace - May 4, 2007 03:08 AM (GMT)
aocypher - May 4, 2007 07:21 AM (GMT)
that's just the beginning.
click on the boxes afterwards to play the game
Blastfurnace - May 4, 2007 05:05 PM (GMT)
This is where I am atm:
You have just passed through INFANCY. A brief look at your life up to this time shows the following:
Your family life has been:
Positive and nurturant, and as a result you have begun to form the critical bonds that are important during this phase of life.
Physically you have been:
A healthy baby.
Socially, during this phase in life, nothing much is really expected of you. After all, you're still much too young to throw a successful cocktail party, and frankly, anyone who still dribbles on himself probably wouldn't make the ideal dinner guest. However, by now there are some things you should have mastered. Your progress in this area shows:
You have been the type of child who charms the lollipops off people. You have been the type of child who is huggable and gets his cheeks pinched by old ladies with bright red lipstick.
Now, regarding your emotional and personality development...
What a trustworthy lad you are turning out to be. You will probably join the Boy Scouts of America in the next module. On the one hand your trustworthiness is a desired trait. On the other, I am curious why you don't explore your environment a bit more, get into things a bit.
For instance, haven't you ever wondered what that zipper on the side of your mother's pillow is for? Well, then, UNZIP it!
Your Thoughtfulness characteristic really doesn't count for much in this module. Most children often find themselves at the mercy of their whims and impulses. You are allowed to be cranky now. People will tolerate it much better than when you are a teen-ager. Then your whining and carrying on will seem more objectionable.
One thing about your character that has a tendency to put people off is your aggressiveness. You are the type of baby who likes to pull on loose pieces of clothing, hair and any bulbous fleshy object that comes within your reach. You are going to have to learn the meaning of "make nice."
That wraps up your status for the first module. I hope you like yourself. If not, you can always try to improve yourself in the modules to come. There's plenty of time.
Patroclus - May 7, 2007 09:02 AM (GMT)
I was kidnapped, tortured and killed in childhood by a "Policeman"
Maeto - May 28, 2007 02:59 PM (GMT)
also killed by a policeman
wolfsbane - May 30, 2007 08:12 AM (GMT)
In canada, milk comes in bags.
Almasy - May 30, 2007 05:35 PM (GMT)
Actually, in Canada, the milk comes from the cow and then eventually into cartons or jugs. Only after that do we ponder what to do with the cow.