Have you ever pictured yourself, how you would look like if you were a pig?
Apparently, Richmond thought I’d look like this if I were a pig:
A couple of weeks ago, my friends and I from the student publication took a Pig Personality Test. It’s a non-scientific test but it was fun. We were instructed to draw a pig on a clean sheet of paper and whatever comes out of our pig portraits has a corresponding interpretation in relation with our personalities.
I drew this oinky at the center of the paper. It says that I am a realist. Other possible positions include at the top of the paper for an optimistic person and at the bottom of the paper for a pessimist.
My pig is facing front and that says I am a direct person who enjoys playing the devil’s advocate who neither fear nor avoid discussion.
If you will draw a pig and it tends to be facing the left, it depicts a person who values traditions and remembers dates and birthdays well, like these pigs:
If your pig is on the opposite of that, you are innovative and active but you have neither a sense of family nor remember important dates. I knew no one who drew a pig facing the right though.
My pig does not have a lot of details, just a jump suit, and a pig with only a few details like mine suggests that the person who drew it is emotional, naive, cares little for details, and is not afraid to take risks. However, decorated pigs with many details reveal analytical, cautious, and a distrustful personality like these members of the oinky family:
If your pig has a complete set of legs, you are a secure, stubborn person who sticks to details, as is Piapot’s pig:
Mine has only two though because two were hands and the other were feet, and the interpretation is that I am an insecure person either that or I am living through a period of major change, which i must agree with.
Other details worth looking into are the ears because the larger the ears are, the better listener you are as is with Bek’s care pig:
The ears of my pig aren’t that huge neither tiny, just average I think. Now this is the best part of the pig anatomy study. The longer the pig’s tail, the more satisfied you are with your sex life! OMG!
This might sound very funny, but this is what my man drew when I asked him to draw his pig:
So why not draw your pig today?