Sunday, January 29, 2023


How would you describe your personality?

Are you serious most of the time, or hardly ever serious — a real comedian, or just the type of person who doesn’t get bothered much by circumstance?

Most of us fall somewhere in between, but some folks are definitely a lot more serious than others. They don’t smile a lot. Some are worry-warts – they see the glass as half empty instead of half full. We suspect that pessimists are a lot more serious than optimists, who roll easily with the punches.

Our question today is not very scientific. We just want to know if you are serious most of the time or the other way around. Remember, it can take a few moments for the poll to load. So stand by!


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1 year ago

Don’t sweat the small stuff…….

It’s all small stuff!

1 year ago

The available responses encompass multiple continuums…
Serious vs Funny: I crack jokes constantly…
Serious vs Flippant: …while discussing assaults and lethal force…
Serious vs busybody: …because everyone should respect others rights instead of projecting their own.

So, hilarious, deadly serious, and laissez faire. That cover it?

1 year ago

I’m a pretty easy going guy. I write on sidewalks with chalk.

RV Staff
1 year ago
Reply to  KellyR

Oh, so that was you, Kelly? Now that I think about it, maybe more adults should do chalk art, or something productive or constructive or relaxing, instead of venting anonymously on social media. It might make more of them “Be kind”, as the chalk art suggested. Have a great day! 🙂 –Diane

RV Staff
1 year ago
Reply to  KellyR

Thanks, Kelly. (Your comment got held for moderation due to the long link in it, BTW.) Some of those chalk art pictures are absolutely amazing! Too bad they don’t last. Take care. 🙂 –Diane

Barry T
1 year ago
Reply to  KellyR

HAHA! Good one!!!

1 year ago

I am generally very easy going, and mak friends easily … However, my patience grows thin quickly with people who are irresponsible or lack integrity. I can deal with everyone else, as some folks sometimes just need a bit of coaching or training. I’ll reserve any judgement until I’ve spent some time with you. Just play by the rules and we’ll get along just fine!

Last edited 1 year ago by Dennyg73
Richard Chabrajez
1 year ago

Waiting . . . Waiting . . . Waiting . . . once again, the poll did not load.

John Koenig
1 year ago
Reply to  Chuck Woodbury

I’ve never used Windows 11 but, from Chuck’s brief description, it sounds like Windows 11 is a “re-release” of Windows Vista. 🙁

1 year ago

RVing has relaxed me, and while I still get stressed, it happens less often and for short time periods! Mostly I’m able to roll with the day, and laugh at the wrinkles!

Wayne Caldwell
1 year ago

I have an older ‘meme’ that perfectly describes me. It’s a guy in a lawn chair, visor cap, sunglasses, and a glass of tea. The caption says, “I used to think if was great that I seemed to have more patience. Turns out I just don’t give a #** “. I like to make people laugh – it just lightens up everyone’s day. Sure, there are things that irritate me, but none of it really matters.

1 year ago

I can usually only say a few things before I have to go for a punch line. I am 50% Groucho Marx, 25% Bugs Bunny, and 25% Steve Allen. I am also another 20% Carl Sagan, but I’m on a diet. I never met a waitress I didn’t like. The most likely thing you’ll hear my kids say about me is, “There he goes again.”

Life is way too long and arduous to be taken seriously. Want to see a better world? Try laughing.

Roy Davis
1 year ago

I describe myself as an extrovert’s idea of what an extroverts is. I am not a happy hour person because I am not a drinker but love sitting around a campfire and chat. I’m a rule follower but I have learned to let things go. I’ve developed the “Qtip” attitude, quit taking it personally.

Joseph Eafrati
1 year ago

I’m laid back and don’t get into other people’s business. Too many people complain about and watch others too close and don’t look at themselves. Little things bother them that I overlook. Noisy kids, dogs, smoking, the way they walk or talk. Life is too short, OVERLOOK IT PEOPLE. enjoy life before it ends.

1 year ago

Mostly laid back. Spent too much of life on the serious side. Now with grandchildren you have to relax and enjoy. The only time ir bothers me politics and the stupidness of both side not fixing issues for the majority. Otherwise let it rip.

Last edited 1 year ago by Skip
patti panuccio
1 year ago

I would love to be able to fix stupid but I can’t so I try to avoid stupid people and am thought of as serious. I am losing any sense of humor I once had.

1 year ago
Reply to  patti panuccio

I tend to think duck tape works best for stupid!

Susan Banks
1 year ago

I just read the four options, apparently I am none of the above, so, here is my answer.
I am…
follow rules
dryish sense of humor
love camping
not a happy hour kind of person
1 year ago

I tend to be easy going, pretty much happy all the time, BUT with a sarcastic strip. My favorite T-shirt says “grumpy old man”

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