Social PsychologyPosted: October 29, 2008 | Author: Mika | Filed under: Social Contract |2 Comments
As an activity for the class I’m doing through independent study right now, I was supposed to write 20 “I Am” statements. Here they are.
I am unwilling to see the world in black and white.
I am taller than ever before.
I am the fourth of five, but somehow in the middle.
I am expectant.
I am afraid of the dark.
I am more traditional than I thought possible.
I am determined to read over 12,000 pages this year.
I am taking the LSAT in December.
I am not going to apply to law school.
I am amazingly good at Sudoku.
I am dreading being stretched any further.
I am happiest when the kitchen is clean.
I am convinced that lizards and rats make the best pets.
I am not keen on spiders.
I am going to save the world someday.
I am better in writing than in person.
I am procrastinating.
I am both gullible and skeptical.
I am never tidy.
I am an amalgamation of others’ personalities.
I think you cheated by including “I Am Not” statements.
I don’t think it was cheating, because I didn’t have to turn the assignment in. (I found that out afterwards – no way I would have done it in the first place if I’d known that!)