BTRIPP (btripp) wrote,

Wake up, take a quiz ...

Another little Quiz ... this time snagged from supedujour's journal. Today's burning question is "What Type of Human Are You?", although, frankly, the quiz didn't have enough sociopathic options to really answer that!

You scored 39% Do Gooder, 42% Drive, and 82% Intellect!

"To be or not to be?" You've probably pondered that before, as well as
a million other things. You are well-read and intelligent. You can
solve math problems or correct grammatical errors. You're also
generally a nice person...but not nice to a fault which is good. I like
a little bit of self-preservation. You are, however, a bit on the lazy
side. You may know how to do things, when to do them, and why, but you
don't really like doing them. You'd rather just sit back and observe
life as it goes on around you. With more drive, you could be a rather
great human being indeed, but the world needs its philosophers, too.

All human being categories are: Lazy SOB, Rebel w/out a Cause, Evil
Mastermind, Henchman, Criminal, Dictator, Frat Boy, Socialite,
Philosopher, Stunt Double, Upstanding Citizen, Teacher, Cheerleader,
Sister Mary DoGood, Benefactor, Loyal Sidekick, Candy Striper, Goody

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 6% on Do Gooder
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You scored higher than 3% on Drive
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You scored higher than 53% on Intellect
Link: The What Type of Human Are You? Test written by weeredIII on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

While it's no surprise that 94% of respondents scored higher as "Do Gooder" than I did, I'm surprised that 97% scored higher on "Drive" ... maybe with more motivation I'd end up being dangerous!

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