Family: A family personality test–to take just for fun from cousin Niles. Draw a Pig!
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Families can test each member’s personality by drawing the pig.
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This is a fun way to spend a family holiday time.
Give everyone in the family a blank piece of paper and have them draw a pig.
They can’t click ahead. But don’t you click ahead either until you have drawn your pig.
NO CHEATING, NOW! On a blank piece of paper draw a pig.
Draw your pigfirst: It won’t be fun if you look first!!!
YOU’RE NOT CHEATING, ARE YOU ?????
IF YOU WANT TO HAVE SOME FUN, JUST DRAW THE PIG!!!
The pig servesas a useful test of the personality traits of the artist!
What will Grandma or Cousin Sue draw? And watch out for Grandpa and Cousin Dave–they can really draw.
And we all know Aunt Lisa loves pigs!! She should draw a good one.
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