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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by pjhair » 4 months ago

Arjen wrote:
4 months ago
I don‘t know how old you are, but people in long relationships split costs, save for a family, whereas I‘ve even now, during my thirties, been induldging in expensive stuff just because your lack of relationship-stability allows or even asks for it. Plus, the more you earn, the more you are tempted and likely to spend, so yeah, I have stability in terms of some back-up but more so by knowing I could curb or redirect my spendings quite easily.
I am 36 years old. You are right to point out that being in committed relationship is less expensive. When I was married, I didn't waste near as much money as now. I still spent a lot (my ex-wife complained about it), but it wasn't near as bad as it is now.
Arjen wrote:
4 months ago
I doubt many people could achieve your results even by studying a lot, so either you upgrade your rating or I‘ll have to lower mine - please adjust yours, thank you:p.
The tests that I took get heavily impacted by how much preparation you have done. It's not uncommon to see 100 or 150 points swing in GRE or SAT score after a few months of preparation. So I would be hesitant to draw any conclusion just based on scores or GPA. I have not really achieved anything in life to claim that I am of above average intelligence.

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Arjen » 4 months ago

pjhair wrote:
4 months ago
I am 36 years old. You are right to point out that being in committed relationship is less expensive. When I was married, I didn't waste near as much money as now. I still spent a lot (my ex-wife complained about it), but it wasn't near as bad as it is now.



The tests that I took get heavily impacted by how much preparation you have done. It's not uncommon to see 100 or 150 points swing in GRE or SAT score after a few months of preparation. So I would be hesitant to draw any conclusion just based on scores or GPA. I have not really achieved anything in life to claim that I am of above average intelligence.
I like your understatement.
We are the same age. May I ask what you are prone to spend your money on?

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by pjhair » 4 months ago

Arjen wrote:
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We are the same age. May I ask what you are prone to spend your money on?
I spend enormous amount of money in traveling and partying. However, I am partying a lot less since the past year. Traveling though is still a major expense. I am expecting major expenses in the next two years as I am going back to school.

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Hairblues » 4 months ago

Looks 7

Intelligence 7

Creativity 9

Intellectual curiosity 9.5

Financial Stability 7.5

Ambition varies right now it’s full blast with what I’m doing. It goes in waves depending what I’m working on. So currently it’s 9.5

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Pat » 4 months ago

In terms of intelligence: 10

In terms of craftsmanship: 10

In terms of social skills: 10

In terms of ambitiousness: 10

In terms of financial stability: 10

In terms of self-insight: 1

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by blackg » 4 months ago

Pat wrote:
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In terms of intelligence: 10

In terms of craftsmanship: 10

In terms of social skills: 10

In terms of ambitiousness: 10

In terms of financial stability: 10

In terms of self-insight: 1
Love your work! Self awareness seems to be rare trait around here.
Ban the lipstick tax!

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Afro_Vacancy » 4 months ago

We had a @Pat sighting !

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Rudiger » 4 months ago

I think that Pat post has been the most I've laughed/thought about something funny on here.

So now to actually rate:

Brown-nosing: 10

No I'll actually rate:

In terms of intelligence: 6.5

In terms of craftsmanship: 7

In terms of social skills: 8

In terms of ambitiousness: 9/deluded

In terms of financial stability: 8
~get 1k likes and party~ 8-)

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by rclark » 4 months ago

Johnson wrote:
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Income is hard to judge - myself and five of my closest friends all have above mean national incomes but only one of us owns our own home (we're all early 30s). This probably says a lot about the housing market (and also two of us live abroad so we're not going to buy unless we go home). This simply means we are now middle class in terms of wages and lifestyle but we're kind of paupers in terms of real assets. I'm not sure if this is a generational thing though and we're more likely to buy in our mid 30s.
Wealth is not a measurement of IQ or success. I really didn't make a lot of money
until my mid thirties, and I was very poor in my twenties/late twenties, to middle
class.

Happiness, specifically job happiness, means so much more.

We spend the majority of our lives at work (or most of us do, some don't).

So, it really is important it's what we enjoy doing.

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by rclark » 4 months ago

On looks, I would rate myself a five/six, out of ten.

I would rate myself as average, as far as intelligence and
other qualities.

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by C4L » 4 months ago

3/10 standing next to 8/10

4.5/10 standing next to 3/10

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Johnt1997 » 4 months ago

Intelligence: 5 (i got reasonably good grades at school but had no motivation to go further than high school. I can talk quite well, and write quite well. I feel ignorant in the presence of really intelligent or well informed people though, these forums can make me feel like a dullard at times lol

Social skills: 4-6(depending on situation) i have plenty of friends and a pretty fulfilling social life. However i can gey shy around new people and large groups(sober anyway) i also talk too fast which I'm trying to improve on

Looks: 6 - despite my awkward moments, i have been with more than a few girls and i get a good number of tinder matches. My hair line and ears let me down the most

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by Murkey Thumb » 1 week ago

Intelligence: 8-9, hons degree plus a shed load of post grad stuff.
Social skills: 7, but only because I work in sales and it forces me to be social.
Looks: 9 Pre hair loss, 5 post hair loss. Getting old sucks!
Height: 4, at 5'8" just too dam short for really hot chicks.

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Re: What would you rate youself?

Post by kj6723 » 1 week ago

Face: 7.5

Body: 9.5

Height: 3


For an average of 6.66 :o

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