Think about it. How long do you spend everyday trying to figure out other people's opinions on one issue or another, even ourselves? Perception and worrying about perception stretches to effect every area of our lives. Failing the Rorschach, though not a concrete possibility represents a failure to perceive our world in a constructive way. It's a rejection of playing that social game of guess and no.
As a clinical psychologist in the making, I see myself as engaged as personal referee. Trying to objectively judge and view the game play of individuals without getting caught up in them myself. Not that I'm saying that I'm beyond the parameters of this activity, am an arrogant bastard that can see through EVERYTHING, or a psychopath.
Okay that's enough rambling for now...don't worry I'll sound relevant eventually. Promise.