I have applied for two jobs this week, neither of which are what I graduated from college to do. In one I might be running long hours, little pay, but having lots of fun working in a fun environment. The other will pay more money, require me to drive but get paid per mileage, and it seems more responsibility rides on it.
Anyhow, the lesser paying job had me complete a personality test online, to be honest in my answers. I have also learned that one cannot afford to lie, but cannot fully tell the truth either; there must be a happy medium where one can be truthful, trustworthy and covering his tail at the same time. But I'm not sure how to do this. And I know better than to lie; been around too many liars, some being very good at it. Perhaps this is why when someone asks me "How was your day?" I respond with "It was good," and turn it around by asking "How was yours?" rather than saying something like out of a William Faulkner novel; which reads extremely detailed, run-on sentence after run-on sentence, endless paragraphs, endless detail, going on and on rambling, which I would blame on either the that fact that he was an alcoholic or that it was a style of writing that he chose, maybe both, while at the same time painting a picture mentally of what is happening in the scene.