and I suspect that the test was designed by a man since all pictures for flirtation and desire were of women
I think that every one I missed was a woman
The pics of women were bullshit. They were all models from beauty campaigns where the woman is acting sexy, seductive, or 'modelesque'. 3/4 of the women's eyes were some variation of "vacuous/bored/mysterious". C'mon.
The intent was all acting so it's misleading to ask someone 'what were they thinking'. How would the man who made this or any man (or woman) know what the woman was thinking or trying to convey? I got at least 3 wrong with the women's eyes that I call BS on. Some of the eyes of older men were harder to read.
“If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you.” ― Oscar Wilde
I only scored 21. I'm bad at this sort of thing. I'd much rather have people just come out and tell me how they feel rather than just trying to guess.
How is it that almost everyone here finds this test easy? I certainly didn't find it easy. For most of them, I never felt totally sure, I could rule out 1 or 2 options but not narrow it down to just one.
Its not that I'm incapable of telling how someone's feels if they don't explicity tell me. I guess I'm one of those who goes more by body language or tone of voice than eyes.
Oh, I also suspect I have mild aspergers but that's for another thread.
5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
I had to attribute some motive behind it. The ones I mixed up were curiosity with defiant. Or things like "fearful" with "excited" or something.
I heard somewhere we look to a person's left eye to establish the mood, dog's do this also and thus there quick to react emotional bond with humans in a way..but if you really study the face and look at both eyes it'll either confuse you more or convince you.