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    and this is also considering the fact that I don't like people who go out of thier way to TRY to be weird... those who are naturally odd I'm quite fond of, but people who try too hard are such a lame turnoff that I voted no to several options in fear of Apple toting wannabe hipsters
    Ugh, me too.
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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 8 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 9 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 7 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 3 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 27 out of 40
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    I didn't like a lot of the options. They seem to assume not wanting to do something is out of fear for safety or wanting to stick to the familiar. I just don't have an interest in, say, climbing a mountain. I don't think people who want to are "foolishly dangerous" or anything like that.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 22 out of 40
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    24 out of 40

    6 out of 10 on each.

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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 5 out of 10
    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 7 out of 10
    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 5 out of 10
    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 5 out of 10
    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.


    Your total sensation seeking score is 22 out of 40
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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 10 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 5 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 4 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 3 out of 10


    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 22 out of 40


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    Didn't like some of the choices. Doing something like snowboarding would be fun. Too bad I'm inexperienced in snowboarding

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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 8 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 10 out of 10


    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 5 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 5 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 28 out of 40

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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 9 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 7 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 4 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.
    Boredom susceptibility - you score 8 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 28 out of 40
    Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness." ― Kurt Vonnegut

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