Your Score: The Weasel
You scored 39% domestic, 18% gregarious, 60% trickster, and 58% intellect!
Wild, Solitary, Intellectual Trickster: you are the Weasel! Stealth, energy, curiousity. Paying attention to your own intuition, being able to see the true intent behind words and actions. Weasel people tend to be self-assured, observant, playful and well grounded. Weasel medicine teaches us to be analytical, and to hone a keen, sharp mind.
( extra test crap that nobody really cares about but I'm including anyway because I feel like it... )
( theories... )
(For those who can’t remember, haven’t seen, or just want to see it again, I found the scene on youtube and you can watch it below.)
Your Social Dysfunction:
You're a happy person - you have a good amount of self-esteem, and are socially healthy. While this isn't a social dysfunction per se, you're definitely not normal. Consider yourself lucky: you walk that fine line between 'normal' and being outright narcissistic. You're rare - which is something else to be happy about.
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Your Score: Androgynous
You scored 63 masculinity and 53 femininity!
You scored high on both masculinity and femininity. You have a strong personality exhibiting characteristics of both traditional sex roles.
|Link: The Bem Sex Role Inventory Test written by weirdscience on OkCupid, home of the The Dating Persona Test|
You know I wouldn’t make anything that didn’t taste yummy. So I’m offering this recipe to those like me who are watching what they eat.
And yeah, I know, yogurt comes in 6 oz containers now, not 8 oz, but you need two of them anyway so you can make the glaze. Just eyeball about a third of the second container to add those extra 2 oz.
( Recipe )
The best part? If you cut it into the 16 slices recommended, each slice is about 160 calories, 3 g of fat, 215 mg of sodium, 1 mg of cholesterol. Good and… okay, not good for you, but not as bad as a slice of Death By Chocolate.
Okay, on the Island of Misfit Toys there are a number of misfits… the Charlie in the Box, the pink polka-dotted elephant, the choo-choo train with square wheels on the caboose, the bird that swims, the squirt gun that shoots jam, the cowboy that rides an ostrich, the boat that doesn’t float… got all of those.
So what’s wrong with the little girl dollie with the pigtails? I don’t believe they ever say. I rewatched it a couple times, but I never caught a hint at what the problem with her is that makes her a misfit.
My husband’s theory is demonic possession. What do you think is wrong with her?
I have decided not to do a travelogue this year. All but a handful of those who read my blog were actually there. The highlights of the weekend for me weren’t any of the planned events, though I tip my hat to our hostesses for all the work they put into making those planned events as wonderful as they were. Nope, I love the odd little incidental stuff that happens when you put a group of creative, slightly bent people together. I do wish that I could have had more time to talk to people, to get to know a few of those I hadn’t had the chance to meet before. Unfortunately, my body did what it always does… it sabotaged me, and I was ill one of the days so I had to leave the party early on Saturday night. But I laughed a lot, and that’s always a gift.
And of course on the way home I got to hear krzykat making pig noises at the pigs in the truck next to us. Not like “oink oink oink.” Nope. The actual noise a pig makes. I laughed so damn hard I was wheezing.
For those who were at Bling!Fest, and even for those of you who weren’t, here’s the recipe for Cilantro Chicken aka Seaweed Slop.
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 onion, coarsely chopped
4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, chopped
1 bunch fresh cilantro
1/2 head garlic
1/3 cup chicken stock
1 can hominy
1 can sliced water chestnuts, drained
1 cup uncooked long grain white rice
3 cubes chicken bouillon
salt and pepper to taste
Heat the oil in a large pot over medium-high heat, and sauté the onion until tender. Place the chicken in the pot, and cook until lightly browned. Puree the cilantro, garlic, and 1/3 cup chicken stock in a blender or food processor. (You can finely chop the cilantro and garlic if you don’t have a food processor, but it really works best if it’s pureed.) Mix into the pot with the chicken and onions. Cook and stir about 5 minutes, until mixed and heated through. If it doesn’t look like there’s quite enough liquid, pour enough chicken stock (or water) into the pot to cover all ingredients. Mix the hominy, water chestnuts, rice, and bouillon into the pot. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover, and simmer 20 minutes, or until rice is tender. Increase the amount of water as needed to attain desired consistency. Season with salt and pepper