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This quiz was fun

Knowing VinNay got me three points *easy*!

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14 Responses to “This quiz was fun”

  1. Alceste Says:

    So, what was your score? (a lowly 31 when I took it)

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    63. I saw ALL the movies. Plus, grew up poor.

  3. Alceste Says:

    I think I had only seen 3 of the movies and maybe one of the TV shows. Any points I did score likely came from eating at Chilis and Outback.

  4. Dawn Summers Says:

    Oh yeah… my 17 visits to TGIF didn’t hurt either…

  5. Astin Says:

    Hey, I scored a 17! Which came as absolutely no surprise. Of course, I answer “no” to every question that asked “have you ever lived in an American city…” because… well, no.

  6. Dawn Summers Says:

    Smartass.

  7. Dawn Summers Says:

    Though… if we *had* gone to Outback instead of tapas…

  8. VinNay Says:

    Are you saying that knowing me makes you seem more poor? I scored a 33, which is fairly accurate. I saw all the movies and 1 TV show, but ate at none of those restaurants.

  9. VinNay Says:

    You really only got 1 point from me. Knowing someone who smokes. Knowing someone that has opposite political or religious beliefs does count. Because you are the one who is religious and union crazy. Those beliefs, not mine, are poor people beliefs.

  10. VinNay Says:

    edit – You really only got 1 point from me. Knowing someone who smokes. Knowing someone that has opposite political or religious beliefs DOESN’T count. Because you are the one who is religious and union crazy. Those beliefs, not mine, are poor people beliefs.

  11. Alceste Says:

    You were probably the only smoker she hung out with in the last month too. (Come to think of it, those were points i missed.)

  12. Dawn Summers Says:

    Lol. We both only know the same one smoker? I don’t know why I find that hilarious, but I do.

  13. Dawn Summers Says:

    I don’t want to share a smoker. So you can have Vinnay, I will take Elana.

  14. Mary Says:

    I got a 38 – “A first-generation upper-middle-class person with middle-class parents” – yeah, sounds about right.

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