Someone called me an “elusive charecter”, what does that mean?

it was my college advisor. what do you think she means by that??


also, is this good or bad?

also, is this good or bad?

7 Answers

  • viXXXen
    1 month ago

    It means that she doesn’t really get where you stand.

    It is neither good or bad; it just is.

  • feralyen
    1 month ago

    I think she thinks she can’t quite pin you down, as in, she doesn’t know what your emotions are and maybe you don’t react to situations as she’d expect. Maybe you are private and don’t go on about your future plans and ambitions.

    Sound like you? It’s not necessarily a bad thing, I think it means that the counsellor thinks you are hiding your true abilities and emotions, or that they are private for you.

  • *Rena*
    1 month ago


    she may mean that you aren’t crystal clear- you seem to have a lot of secrets, are hard to figure out…

  • sallybowles
    1 month ago

    It means that she can’t quite get to grips with you – she isn’t sure where you stand or what your real thoughts are.

    ps: ask her to teach you to spell.

  • A.V.R.
    1 month ago

    Colloquially: a slippery customer.

  • P.J.
    1 month ago

    It means that she can’t quite figure you out!

  • masseur
    1 month ago

    Shifting stances:

    Changing often your ideas; not firm.

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