Many of you were kind enough to participate in the very brief psychological exam I posted here two days ago. The responses seemed overwhelmingly in favor of invisibility as the power of choice. The question is a bit of a projective test with your choice possibly telling a little bit about you. What did the two choices mean? If you chose flying it may symbolize either a desire to escape something you are fearful of, or striving for a lofty goal. It means the same in your dreams too. Those of you that chose invisibility should be ashamed of yourselves! A desire to be invisible could represent low self-esteem and a desire not to be noticed, or more disturbingly, it reveals your inner criminal. Think about it. Nothing you can do invisibly is legal or good. Wanting to know what others say about you when you’re not around? That’s a sign of insecurity in your relationships with others. Voyuerism? Fun, but illegal and stalker-like. Going to concerts or sporting events? It seems harmless, but is the same as stealing since admission is charged for all the visible people to enter. I didn’t do this to embarrass anyone, because in all honesty, as much as I want to say that I’m pious and good and that I would choose flying, I really would probably choose invisibility and do evil things too. Sadly,based on our representative sample, I guess that we can conclude that man, and woman kind is inherently evil. Evil is more fun anyway isn’t it?
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