Originally Posted by Plato
My ego loves this.
I'd be the epitome of debauchery and revellry. I'd make a mockery of the world, and take pleasure in scamming the world. The bigger the prize the better the sport.
I epitomise the message that anyone can be and do anything. I am honest, and loving... but I still can't get enough of my debauchery and revelry! I share my message with the world in the intention of liberating as many people as possible from their slumber.
I spend my time in a state of futile uncertainty and apathy. I hold a mediocre job, I binge on alcohol at the weekend and feel miserable most of the time.
Interesting that you reduced the last question to "Loser", because in my mind, a person who hasn't yet found themselves, as so many haven't, isn't necesarily a loser, for they haven't yet even entered the game.
I identify the most with the third choice, as I'm sure a lot do, in that we aren't fully certain of who or what we are in relation to our lives and the people in them. Still, we do things, we make choices and move in directions based on some sense of identity.
Self is important to growth, for without self, there is nothing to grow; but self obsession is ultimately what stunts growth completely.