Your result for The D&D Alignment Test...
This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and polar.
So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice will have to take the place of good vs. evil.
Chaos and Neutrality in a nutshell:
-Chaotic characters tend to be spontaneous and disorganized. They tend to dislike authority and they live by their own rules.
-In regard to good vs. evil, neutral characters tend to be somewhat selfish. They do not have a strong will to do the right thing, but they do have a conscience.
"The Free Spirit"
You are a loose cannon, like my good friend Zaphod, pictured below.
You are unreliable and quirky, but fun loving and spontaneous. You may be self centered and occasionally obnoxious, but you're not a bad person overall. People who can stand you are usually amused by your antics.
Mkay, and the official test on the D&D website confirmed it too... O_o
*guilty* I'll... just go back to writing my analysis paper then.... *whistles innocently and sneaks off*