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What Your City Walk Means



You are thoughtful and contemplative. You enjoy spending time alone with your thoughts.

You are quite introverted and maybe even a little shy. You prefer to interact one on one with people.

Money is fairly important to you. You aren't super greedy, but you enjoy spending money on yourself.

You are curious about ideas. If you had the means, you'd like to explore the whole world.

The City Walk Personality Test



Your Personality at 35,000 Says...



Deep down, you prefer spending time alone to spending time with others. You enjoy thinking more than talking.



You are good with your place in the world. You are confident and comfortable with who you are.



Your gift is relating to other people. You don't hide from your own emotions, and you are good at drawing other people out.



You are inspired by freedom. Whenever you are able to do what you want, good things happen.



It's very easy for you to feel happy. You can find peace with any situation.





You Should Live in the Suburbs



Like many people, you like the city - but you don't want to live in it.

For you, the suburbs is the perfect compromise.

You can enjoy the city as much as you want, but you have a quiet, safe neighborhood to come home to.

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