The BE RIGHT Sneezer – You are careful, and accurate. A deep thinker you always consider things before you speak. You are detailed and precise and catch mistakes that others miss. You have great insights and opinions, but you don’t always get a chance to express them. You like to read books that make you think. You like to work by yourself and relax at home, because you enjoy solitude. You take your time, play by the rules and wish others would do the same. You are more likely to cover your mouth when you sneeze than other types. (R)
- 76 percent of big sneezers chose D or E personality
- The majority of multiple sneezers (46 percent) are E personalities
- 47 percent of “cover it up” sneezers are R personalities
- 70 percent of “hold it in” sneezers are D or S personalities
- 32 % of women hold in their sneeze. (Women have a lot of practice at withholding.)
- 26 % of women are multiple sneezers. (I could say something here, but I won't.)
- Surprise, Surprise! The majority of men (46 percent) say they are “big” sneezers. (You know men are always exaggerating.) And 27 percent say they are multiple sneezers (Perhaps wishful thinking.)
Other words people used to describe their sneezes: enthusiastic, complete, tickle, obnoxious, powerful, squeaky and roller coaster.
Kelsy Grammer as Fraiser from "Fraiser” – He shows the work split. He thinks he’s an S all the time, but he really is an R. His brother is a strong R as well.
Sean Hayes as Jack from “Will & Grace” - Definitely E!!!!! He would sneeze for money. In fact, he would write a show about it called “Just Jack's Sneeze.”
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