a rather pointless meme…

When Mood Music
2005-06-29 23:02:00 awake Two Hearts In 3/4 Time-Avalanches-Since I Left You
King Saul
You scored 60% Pride, 60% Envy, 50% Ambition, and 37% Deceitfulness!
You are King Saul, the first king of Israel and notorious for being a hero turned villain. Things started off well for you. God chose you because you were content to serve him. In other words, you weren’t ambitious enough to try to take the Kingdom of Israel in a direction that led away from God. Also, you possessed a prideful assertiveness that made you very effective in the office of king. Unfortunately, your pride and, perhaps more importantly, your envy turned you into a villain. After David slew Goliath, you noticed that your subjects seemed to revere David more than they revered you. Being a prideful person, this had a tremendous effect on you. Finally, your envy for David made it impossible for the two of you to coexist and share the spotlight, so you set out to destroy him. The rest of your life was spent being a petty villain, and like so many villains to come after you, you tried and tried, but never managed to hit your mark.


My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

"free "free
You scored higher than 61% on Pride
"free "free
You scored higher than 78% on Envy
"free "free
You scored higher than 33% on Ambition
"free "free
You scored higher than 31% on Deceitfulness


Link: The Which Biblical Villain Are You Test written by MetalliScats on OkCupid Free Online Dating

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