I’m Brown


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You're brown, a credible, stable color that's reminiscent of fine wood, rich leather, and wistful melancholy. Most likely, you're a logical, practical person ruled more by your head than your heart. With your inquisitive mind and insatiable curiosity, you're probably a great problem solver.  And you always gather all of the facts before coming to a timely, informed decision. Easily intrigued, you're constantly finding new ways to challenge your mind, whether it's by reading the newspaper, playing a trivia game, or composing a piece of music. Brown is an impartial, neutral color, which means you tend to see the difference between fact and opinion easily and are open to many points of view. Trustworthy and steady, you really are a brown at heart.

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9 thoughts on “I’m Brown

  1. Brown is nice!! I wsh I were more of that one than mine, I think — I got: 'You're blue
    — the most soothing shade of the spectrum. The color of a clear summer
    sky or a deep, reflective ocean, blue has traditionally symbolized
    trust, solitude, and loyalty. Most likely a thoughtful person who
    values spending some time on your own, you'd rather connect deeply with
    a few people than have a bunch of slight acquaintances.
    Luckily, making close friends isn't that hard, since people are
    naturally attracted to you — they're soothed by your calming presence.
    Cool and collected, you rarely overreact. Instead, you think things
    through before coming to a decision. That level-headed, thoughtful
    approach to life is patently blue — and patently you!"It doesn't fit me that much, but it's a good one.

  2. Luckily, making close friends isn't that hard, since people are
    naturally attracted to you…Well, at least that part is true! I like the blue description. I think I could be blue too. What doesn't fit about you?

  3. I guess I wasn't feeling too soothing when I read that — it's pretty close, actually — I'm usually alone and fine with that – and spend a good amount of time runing away from people…lol– I think I wanted to be a problem-solver like your brown was. I'm so whiny!!

  4. Yeah, I liked that problem-solving part too. I think on my introverted days I'm totally brown, on my extroverted days I'm more blue.Cool and collected, you rarely overreact. Instead, you think things
    through before coming to a decision. That part reminded me of you. You always seem calm, cool and collected in your posts and comments. Even when others are ranting. Even when you were going through your mom's death. You just always seem collected and thoughtful.

  5. Gosh that's nice of you to say. Thank you — I'm one of those people who is VERY calm in the worst of times– emergencies, etc. I get calmer, the worse things get, which can come in handy (it did, at work). . But I do get a little freaked out about the little things — like bees and spiders…*shivers*The only down-sdie of being calm in the midst of bad stuff is that you can get a reputation for being uncaring and unemotional– I have that with some people– I've been told I'm "too cool." But the people who've said that are the same ones who flip out and get hysterical when things go wrong, so I guess I should consider the source!

  6. Well, how about that?! Who'da thunk your personality could come through so strongly in a blog? It definitely shines through. You just radiate calmness. I would want you in my foxhole if we were at war. We were having a what-if conversation at work last week about potential situations like a gunman on campus. I know I would be freaked out, but I would be one staying put and trying to help in the situation. In emergency situations I get a kind of calm energy, eye of the storm mentality. Then, after the crisis is over, I fall apart.

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