Saturday, February 03, 2007

Afternoon Delight

I made a quiz. You should take it. It will be fun.

I feel kind of like I'm in high school all over again.


Click to take the quiz

12 comments:

  1. I'm sorry, I flunked the quiz. I was kinda drunk when I did it. Can I have a make-up quiz?

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  2. I quit after two wrong answers. I realized that lurking you online might not constitute 'knowing' you as well as I would like. I think I'll give it another shot though (and I'm cheating on those first two).

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  3. Heather- Even my brother only got 5/10 right. And digital relationships always have the possibility to become analog, and that's what matters most.

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  4. That's because your quizzes are rarely ever fair. On nearly every question almost all the answers could have been right at some point, and the only way to know the "right" answer is to have talked to you a lot in the last two to three weeks.

    I hate your quizzes.

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  5. That's so not true. I was about to argue that fact based upon the current quiz, but then I realized that would be giving away answers. Take for instance, the question about my extracurricular activities, or the name of the first blog, or my favourite foods, the token album that's not in my CD collection (that artist drives me nuts and I've never liked their music) or...actually, most of the questions are static, unchanging, historical facts.

    Don't be a whiner Andrew.

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  6. I second the notion of hating your quizzes....but because I love you, I still attempt them!

    Miss u lots!

    Mon

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  7. You all hate because you do terribly in them. New high score!

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  8. Whatever the top reason why you hate your job is not an easy question to get right. I think it was a trick question.

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  9. When are you traveling to spain? I made really bad on you quiz... :(

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  10. Haha. Who knows when I'm travelling to Spain? When I have money again? Or at least less debt?

    It's a mystery. But it will happen. So will me coming back to Finland.

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  11. Anonymous6:54 PM

    okay, i'm gonna hafta side with your brother on this one, Jess.

    for example, in regards to the question about your attitude on drinking, i think we all know full well that you love it. period.

    honestly, you are you trying to kid here?


    nando

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  12. A music collection without the Man in Black is a library without Mark Twain! The man single-handedly bridged the gap between AP Carter, Woody Guthrie, Son House and Elvis Presley -- and that was before he turned 30! Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley DEFINED Rock-and-Roll and Sun Records loooong before anyone heard of the Beatles or the Stones!

    I call shenanigans!!

    ;-P

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