How vain are you?

Submitted by: KikiPeepers 13 years ago Games
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Does your world revolve around your wants and needs -- or are you in the habit of taking others into account?
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Female 81
Gah! So many pop ups.

Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.

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Female 13


Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.





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Female 464
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.

Surprising :-?

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Male 7
This was far too feminine orintated...
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Female 582
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.





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Female 6
i didnt take the quizz cos i know i am vain and proud of ito:-)
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Female 187
Apparently I`m not vain at all.

Neither can I really, LSD :-?

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Female 496
I can`t really relate to a lot of the situations.
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Female 493
Looking out for others.
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Female 189
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.





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Female 157
Looking Out for Others
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Female 40

Somewhere in the Middle
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Female 79
Somewhere in the Middle
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Female 515
Somewhere in the Middle

You have some vain tendencies, but you do try to consider other people`s needs and points of view. You vacillate between caring completely about yourself and being concerned with others. You also want to look beyond the surface or physical but sometimes find it hard because you are grappling with a self-absorbed or vain "me" focus.

Empathy and concern for other people is something you want to show in how you talk to and deal with others. You should work harder to extend yourself to others and empathize with their concerns. How can you do this? Start by surrounding yourself with people who are not vain -- by following their lead, you can work harder on developing the more endearing aspects of your personality.

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Female 319
Somewhere in the Middle

You have some vain tendencies, but you do try to consider other people`s needs and points of view. You vacillate between caring completely about yourself and being concerned with others. You also want to look beyond the surface or physical but sometimes find it hard because you are grappling with a self-absorbed or vain "me" focus.
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Female 666
I also got looking out for others
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Female 221
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.





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Female 232
Looking Out for Others

You are not vain or narcissistic; you show genuine concern for others. Plus, you approach the world from a deeper perspective than just a physical or appearance-based one. This is certainly admirable, but be careful not to go to the extreme of putting everyone else`s needs before your own -- you don`t want to try so hard to understand others that you allow them to exploit you. You also have to be careful that in de-emphasizing the physical you don`t completely discount it and fail to give your appearance the consideration it deserves. A little bit of vanity and narcissism can be self-protecting as well as motivating, so take the time and effort to allow yourself to be as beautiful, well-dressed, and successful as you deserve to be.
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Female 2,244
Link: How vain are you? [Rate Link] - Does your world revolve around your wants and needs -- or are you in the habit of taking others into account?

My results: Somewhere in the Middle You have some vain tendencies, but you do try to consider other people`s needs and points of view. You vacillate between caring completely about yourself and being concerned with others. You also want to look beyond the surface or physical but sometimes find it hard because you are grappling with a self-absorbed or vain ``me`` focus.

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