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Perfectionists? [Y/N]

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How many of us out there consider your selves perfectionists?
Will you rant on and on about how the sugar that was supplied to you was much too coarse for use in a cake?
Does it bother and irk you that you weren't provided with proper tools to create?
Do you look at your finished product and just stare for hours on end looking for faults?

Sometimes in this business, it does pay off to be a perfectionist but some people just over do it sometimes to the point where they're disecting everything until its perfect. Are you one of these people?

I don't consider myself a perfectionist but it does bother me to **** if something goes awry wrong and I don't know why. I'll spend days to weeks pounding my head on the wall until it hurts
so I can understand and be able to avoid future issues. I for one am not a perfectionist but I think I'm boarderlined.
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Hard question I put no, but waveredbetween well yeah sort of , I'm really picky about product.and I'm kinda sorta fussy about operation procedure....hate thoughtlessness. But I can make do in the woods with a burner, and I can cook with very little equipment with whatever is at hand, so your definition of perfectionism is not me.....though I do have others that would say I'm type AB
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