Your Inner Tree
What kind of tree best describes you? Take this quiz and find out!
Which one of these distinguished gentlemen strike your fancy?
You are a bird, which one?
You are smooth like these river stones, which do you like best?
Which type of shoes best represents your personality?
Pick a leaf.
What is your favorite kind of vegetable?
Your friends say you are an old soul. Like this ancient Cypress, you have seen the sands of time wash over the word, and as a result know all of the world's mysteries. Some may say you are stuck in the mud, others admire your steadfastness and large amount of heart. Keep up the good work Cypress, but don't forget to shake things up when they start to get to normal for even your old-fashioned tastes.
You have an effervescence that is refreshing to those around you. Like the Willow tree, you reach for the light and bend but not break under life's pressures. Good natured and naturally easy to be around, you are quite the popular one in your group of friends. Be careful to be selective of those you keep around you, as your kindness and easy ways may attract those who do not have your best intentions at heart.
Fiery and passionate, you grab life by the horns. Not content to sit back and watch life pass you by, you bloom in front of an admiring audience and relish in what life has to offer. Tending towards the hot-headed, let your softer side prevail as that is when you are at your most charming.
Like an Oak tree, when life gives you lemons, you always find a way to make lemonade. Your generosity and can-do attitude cannot be matched! Like the limbs of the oak tree, your life twists and turns to make the most of your situation, and the result is quite stunning to see. A jack-of-all trades, be careful to spread your self too thinly, as having strong roots is not always enough.
Like the Pine tree, you are perfectly comfortable in keeping your own company. You are just as able to wine and dine with the rest of them, but there is a certain breath-taking stillness you enjoy deep in your own thoughts. Stoic, tall and proud, remember that the lone tree is still part of the forest and branching out of your comfort zone can sometimes have interesting results.