Which personalities do you most identify with?

A: Manipulative Sociopath and CEO, Audrey Rock.
I'd love to be the Office Bimbo, but I don't think I have the sheer stupidity and narcissism it requires, so I guess I'll have to go with The Martyr. I'd really like to suffer, and I'd really love for my co-workers to watch me suffer. On top of the innate desire, there's also genetics at play here--I have a natural ability for suffering. I got it from my mom, who's main goal in life is to be in constant anguish. Together, we've perfected it to an art form. There's a certain satisfaction to it. Plus it justifies the amount of controlled substances I'm prescribed in order to cope with all the burdens heaped upon my narrow shoulders."

A: Graphic Pimp & Art Director Shawn Stoyle.
"Slacker — because I hate to come to work early in the morning the way my Slave Driver bosses want. But screw them, I can coast on my talent."

A: Fall Guy and Creative Director, Steve Hawkins.
"I can relate to most of these dysfunctional personalities — that's what made them so fun to develop. Because of my passive-aggressive nature, I identify most with both the Erupter and the Brown Noser. But I secretly long to be the Office Bimbo."

Can I submit a personality of my own?
You can, but our lawyers delete them before we get a chance to read them. Please don't send us suggestions. We would, however, love to know which existing personality you most identify with.

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