No, not heroin, herione
. Obviously for the girlys but hey guys, you know you want to.
The Heroine Test
I have to say for me, it was spot-on:
You sweet thing, you scored:53
Sweet, strong and intellectual. You are Charlotte Bront�'s Jane Eyre. Whether you are pretty or not, you don't rely on your looks, because you have a mind. To an outside observer you may not seem so exciting, but looks may deceive. If you are pretty, you will probably dress down and avoid make up. You may not even know how pretty you are. Perhaps you were bullied at school and didn't notice that you've blossomed. You are shy and withdrawn. Maybe your childhood wasn't too happy, or an otherwise happy childhood with good parents was cut short by some unhappy event, or by the untimely demise of your carers in your early adulthood. You are very independent and sort of introverted. You probably read a lot. This does not mean that you are self involved or uninterested in other people. Quite the opposite. You are very empatic and usually pick up on other peoples discomfort even though they hide it successfully from others. Once aware of someones troubles you are ready and willing to help, usually by being there and listening. You have a slight tendency to martyrdom. Drop that. Noone likes a martyr. Despite your martyr-tendencies and some insecurities regarding your appearance, you have a strong sense of self. There is a line, and once crossed it's hard to get on you good side again. You have a caring side, of the four categories in this test you are the most caring. You are most likely to adopt if you don't have kids of your own. You probably are or will be a fantastic bonus/step parent. You work for a living. Chances are, you are in a caring proffession, like a doctor or nurse, or in childcare. You might also work in the service industry. You don't like conflicts and may be quite evasive with others. Your typical reaction to a conflict is to flee. Once you know and trust someone, you blossom, and people who get to know the real you probably love you dearly. Tammi Cowden would call you The Nurturer
Sometimes I look at the reminders I leave for myself at work and think, "God, my job is weird."
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