53/ 365Reindeer Games 

Released February 25, 2000 | Directed by John Frankenheimer | Written by Ehren Kruger

Rating: C

This may be accurate to who I am now, but I’ll be damned if I wasn’t a perfect Ravenclaw when I was 11.

Your result for The Sorting Hat: A Comprehensive Harry Potter Personality Assessment [Test/Quiz] …

Slytherin

53% Ravenclaw, 37% Hufflepuff, 56% Slytherin and 55% Gryffindor!

Slytherin

Or perhaps in Slytherin You’ll make your real friends, Those cunning folks use any means To achieve their ends.  

          Slytherin’s cardinal traits are ambitioncunning and determination. Like the Gryffindor House, Slytherins are emotionally volatile. In contrast, however, Slytherins are much less dominant and assertive, and less extraverted in general. Rather than expressing these emotions outwardly, Slytherins direct them inward or act in a passive aggressivemanner. Both Gryffindor and Slytherin are much more driven to succeed than the other two houses: Gryffindor out of pride and Slytherin out of ambition.

          Slytherins are also much more pragmatic than the other houses and more adept at manipulating people. A key trait would be a low level of agreeableness: Slytherins are more pessimistic, more distrustful than most, and more likely to attribute negative motivations to people. So although Slytherins experience a wide range of emotions, due to their distrustful views of people and skeptical worldview, they are less expressive and more likely to appear cold or distant unless provoked.          

          A Slytherin’s ambitious nature comes out in different ways depending on what is important to the individual person. It could lead them to try to achieve top marks (if intellect and schooling is important to them) but it could also be directed at social settings or towards athletic endeavors.

My reaction:

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Now I’ve settled to

At least I’m not a Hufflepuff. :/ …Although then I’d at least be a honey badger.