I don't think I'm deeply flawed, and that's a big flaw.
You could have said you are too perfectionist. Just don't say that in a job interview.
A man builds. A parasite asks 'Where is my share?'
A man creates. A parasite says, 'What will the neighbors think?'
A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '
I just remembered how impulsive I am when I realize I need an adventure, or how I'll suddenly cut and run when I've had enough, and just goooooo. Not in serious relationships when I'm in love with someone, but with just about everything else in life...jobs, living situations, anything really.
I've become better about thinking before acting as I've gotten older though. It's taken much longer to learn to think before speaking.
"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
Seems like most of you are flawless then. :p I have a lot of predisposed negative tendencies (flaws), which I was honest about in a previous post. I call them flaws because society doesn't reward me most of the time for the behavior. So like most adults (I think), I have learned self-control and how to conduct myself according to protocol. (There's a proper time and place.) I think that's called 'progress', Woo Hoo!! : D
If I get bored, I cause trouble. I break something to make life interesting. I'm not the most reliable person, though I do really come through for the most of important things. I loose interest in things sooner than people expect of me. I have trouble communicating sometimes, like maintaining communication with people especially when it involves scheduled letter writing or phone calls.
My problem solving abilities are equally unreliable, some days I can take over the world and some days I'm useless. This is a bit tricky when it's my job to solve problems. Oh, and often I express things that put people off even if I know that might be a possibility. Where do we list our good qualities?