Recently I've had the opportunity to fill out several personality profiles--the questions ranging from:
Do you have some faults which you have no intentions of correcting? Yes.
If someone offends you, do you usually shut your mouth and say nothing? No.
When people point out mistakes they think you are making, are you likely to listen politely and ignore what they say? Umm...yes and no???
What kinds of people are most likely to make you feel uncomfortable? Strangers in a dark alley??
If you had sufficient talent and training, what sort of job would you like best? CIA spy.
What is the point of me telling you my answers to these questions, you ask? It's simple. (1) Don't ever let me answer serious, life-altering personality profiles if you don't want to be considered a smart-ass. (2) I'm pretty sure these profiles are rigged for you to fail. I mean come on, look at the third question, it contradicts itself! (3) Chris has pointed out, on numerous occasions, why I would NEVER make it as a CIA spy.
Jaime's concept of secrecy entails telling literally everyone in the world, except the subject of the secret.
Jaime makes friends and enemies daily. Day one they are friends, day one and a half they are enemies.
Jaime's interests revolve around this blog-fashion, home stuff, etc.- and anyone with interests outside of these two things have no value to Jaime.
Jaime only feels comfortable stalking/staking out other bloggers and not real people.
Jaime has the attention span of a cracked out twelve year old. Harsh, but true.