Puddings & Toyboys

A blog about my beautiful budgies.

Budgie-fied Ink Blot Test

Some time ago I mentioned that Atilla’s poop would be good for use in a Rorschach Test.   We now have a budgie-fied version of that test.  From your budgie’s reaction to each blot, you should be able to examine its personality characteristics and emotional functioning.

If you are conducting the test, you should be aware that factors other than your budgie’s comment on the content, are also important.  For example, how long does it take your budgie to respond?  Does your budgie focus on a specific area of the blot?  In fact… does your budgie focus at all?

I think you will agree that this test could throw up many insights about your budgie.  Here are the eight images.  Note: Be sure to go through the blots in the presented sequence as otherwise the results will be inconclusive.

Good: Millet Bad: Wind blowing millet away

Good: Millet
Bad: Wind blowing millet away

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Good: Millet Bad: Millet twirling in on itself

Good: Millet
Bad: Millet spontaneously combusting

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Good: Millet Bad: GM Millet

Good: Millet
Bad: Genetically modified millet

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Good: Millet Bad: Millet that has been trodden on

Good: Millet
Bad: Millet that has been trodden on

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Good: Millet Bad: Half chewed millet

Good: Millet
Bad: Half chewed millet

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Good: Millet Bad: Locked up millet

Good: Millet
Bad: Locked up millet

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Good: Millet Bad: Millet failing to sing

Good: Millet
Bad: Millet failing to sing

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Good: Millet Bad: Millet disappearing into black hole

Good: Millet
Bad: Millet disappearing into black hole

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Strangely, when I went through this test with both Cagney & Bezukhov, I found that they both had an unnatural &, frankly, an obsessive interest in millet.  There was a slight difference between them in that Cagney also showed up as being a bit “bad”, whereas Bezukhov showed more “sensitive” tendencies.

3 responses to “Budgie-fied Ink Blot Test

  1. rosebudgie 30 June 2013 at 20:37

    Unfortunately the boyz refuse to look at the computer screen because it is extremely scary, but I feel I am safe in saying that they would see millet and only millet in every test selection.

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