But how do you define the questions:D? One person’s ‘irresponsibility’ maybe another’s idea of a good night out. One person’s idea of ‘stimulation’ might be 6 hours playing chess, whilst another’s might be abseiling down Ben Nevis in a winter fog. One person’s idea of ‘cunning’ might be cheating in the pub quiz, whilst another’s might be starting up a loan shark business and ripping off elderly people. And also, would a true psychopath be able to rate themselves accurately - you might just get a ‘wannabe’ psycopath score ;)Oh yes - and I scored …:w00t:
(NB - Does obssessive tea drinking count as needing stimulation? )PS can I change item 18 ‘Juvenile Deliquency’ into ‘Senior Delirium Moments’ - does that work?
As witnessed by the claimed 40 pointers - in order to get 40 points you’d have to be a pathological liar & score 2 for item 4, so if you really did get 40 you’d lie to us about it, it’s the ones claiming the low scores that we really should be worried about, the 40 pointers are just harmless wannabes…
Many of the quailities which mark you out as a psychopath are incidentally the same qualities that are valued by or engendered by late capitalism - which is currently going through probably it’s most destructive phase ever in terms of the production of social, environmental and geo-political carnage.