April 13, 2009


Fellow Facebook-users will doubtless have noticed the increasingly irritating "define yourself through obscure cultural references" quizzes that more or less dominate the news feed these days. I understand that completing these quizzes is a particularly rewarding form of procrastination, as you get to waste time AND discover something about yourself, but I haven't tried one — I like my procrastination old school.

So I'm going to blog about it.

Here are my top ten Facebook quiz results that I'd get, if I had my way.

10. Andrew took the "What event from the year 1403 are you?" quiz, and the result was: "Ming Emperor Yongle moves the capital of China from Nanjing to Beijing".

9. Andrew took the "What particle accelerator are you?" quiz, and the result was: "The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider in Brookhaven, NY".

8. Andrew took the "What typo are you?" quiz, and the result was: "Teh".

7. Andrew picked his five "favourite woods": Teak, Mahogany, Pine, Cedar, and Oak.

6. Andrew took the "What Muppet would you have been if you were a different punctuation mark because of what feminist theorist you are?" quiz, and the result was: "Kermit?"

5. Andrew picked his five "most underrated musical notes": A, C#, D, E♭, F

4. Andrew took the "What time of day are you?" quiz, and the result was: 5:43 p.m.

3. Andrew took the "Which member of the 81st United States Congress are you?" quiz, and the result was: James C. Auchinloss (R) New Jersey.

2. Andrew picked his five "best letters": A, N, D, R, E

1. Andrew took the "For what reason do you most regret ever having joined Facebook?" quiz, and the result was...


Anonymous said...

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Mal said...

You really should have gone with "W" because now I have the irresistible urge to refer to you only as "Andre."

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