Your result for Lovecraftian God Test...
The Crawling Chaos
"Nyarlathotep... the crawling chaos... I am the last... I will tell the audient void..." So begins a poem by the same name, written by H.P. Lovecraft himself. Nyarlathotep is the most human-like of the Outer Gods, in fact he often walks the earth as a human. He can appear anywhere in the universe at any time, and as anything. While many of the Cthulhu Mythos' gods are very destructive in nature, Nyarlathotep delights instead in corruption-- sowing evil, discord and madness wherever he goes.
1. When ye are sad -- I will help you get pished and plot revenge against the bastard who made ye sad
2. When ye are blue -- I will try to dislodge whatever is choking ye
3. When ye smile -- I will know ye are thinking of something that I would probably want to be involved in
4. When ye are scared -- I will take the pish oot o' you every chance I get,
until you're NOT
5. When ye are worried -- I will tell ye stories about how much worse it could be until YE STOP WHINING!
6.. When yer confused -- I will try to use only wee words.
7.. When ye are sick -- Stay the f*ck away from me until ye are well again.
I don't want whatever ye've got.
8.. When ye fall, I will laugh my f*ckin' heed off at you, you clumsy arse,
........but I'll help you up.
9.. This is my oath.... I pledge it tae the end.
'Why?' you may ask;
Because you are my friend.
Friendship is like pissing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you can feel the true warmth."
Pinched from a post on BB.
Your Raw Score is: -740, which indicates that overall you are Masculine
Your appearance is Quite Masculine
Your brain processes are mostly that of a Androgynous person.
You appear to socialize in a masculine manner.
You believe you have normal doubts about your gender identity.
You indicated your were born Male.
Normal doubts/curiosities about life as the opposite sex, but you generally accept your physical sex and gender identity.
1. Tarot - Piers Anthony
2. Mort - Terry Pratchett
3. The Hobbit - J R R Tolkein
4. The Bafut Beagles - Gerald Durrell
5. The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark - Jill Tomlinson
6. Carbonel - Barbara Sleigh
7. Guilty Pleasures - Laurell K Hamilton
8. Waylander - David Gemmell
9. The Lies of Locke Lamora - Scott Lynch
10. Lords and Ladies - Terry Pratchett
11. Furies of Calderon - Jim Butcher
12. The Shadow Cage - Philippa Pearce
13. Scared Stiff - Ramsey Campbell
I actually can't think of any other individual books off hand. Considering the number of books I've read I find it a bit odd, but then again these lists always take me forever and then I think afterwards of loads so nevermind.
"The Courtship Of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo"
"state hath town"
"a yogi speaks at ojai and on the bleached bones"
"7. in her trembling hands she took the new, born terror howling;
she pierces both his hands and feet,"
"chamber, and took the forms of books & were arranged in libraries. for the age of anxiety"
"prudence is a rich ugly old maid courted by incapacity. chamber, and took the forms of books & were arranged in libraries.
so your chimneys i sweep & in soot i sleep. was swallowed up in the earthquake shock"
Sarah's starting to think I must be working for M15 or something like that - codes are the only sensible explanation; if it was SPAM then surely links or something else would be essential .
The site doesn't seem to work entirely for me, but enough to see where they're going with it.