The Pooh Character Test

I found this test on Emily’s blog and couldn’t resist doing it myself. I’m not sure I really match all Owl’s characteristics. I’m not as confident as Owl in my own abilities, but I like to think I’m not a Bisy Backson type of person. Although I do like going out and seeing things I also like to stay at home and reflect on things. I don’t really get enough exercise – but hopefully better weather is on the way and I’ll be tempted into the great outdoors.

Your Score: Owl

You scored 16 Ego, 11 Anxiety, and 11 Agency!

“Correct me if I am wrong,” he said, “but am I right in supposing that it is a very Blusterous day outside?”

“Very,” said Piglet, who was quietly thawing his ears, and wishing that he was safely back in his own house.

“I thought so,” said O-wl. “It was on just such a blusterous day as this that my Uncle Robert, a portrait of whom you see upon the wall on your right, Piglet, while returning in the late forenoon from a– What’s that?”

You scored as Owl!

ABOUT OWL: Owl is considered highly educated because he can spell his own name (WOL) and he can even spell Tuesday… although he doesn’t always get it right. Owl is a good sort, really, although he can be a bit of a stuffed shirt, and he tends to overlook the smaller details in life – like the fact that his bellpull is actually someone’s tail.

WHAT THIS SAYS ABOUT YOU: You are confident and you feel capable of dealing with whatever life throws at you. You know that you can handle just about everything… mostly because you know how to delegate the job of actually handling things to the people around you. You aren’t one of those Bisy Backsons, who rush around trying to do everything at once. You prefer to stay at home and reflect on life, rather than go out and live it.

Sometimes, you know, you need to stop waiting for things to come to you and go out and get them. You need to go enjoy the weather, smell the fresh air, and pay attention to the little people in your life. They may not be as great as you… but maybe they could use your help.

Link: The Deep and Meaningful Winnie-The-Pooh Character Test written by wolfcaroling on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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2 thoughts on “The Pooh Character Test

  1. I tried this and came out as Piglet, which given that another quiz taken on the same day said that I was actually Harry Potter somehow didn’t quite seem to square up. I’m settling for HP. I definitely don’t feel like a Piglet. (Not that I have anything against Piglet, you understand, he just doesn’t feel like a kindred spirit.)


  2. I wanted to be Christopher Robin and sometimes I feel like Eeyore. I haven’t seen the Harry Potter quiz, maybe I’d be Hermione.


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