John Holton (john_holton) wrote,
John Holton

Fun and games ripped off from summerlady

You're A Prayer for Owen Meany!

by John Irving

Despite humble and perhaps literally small beginnings, you inspire
faith in almost everyone you know. You are an agent of higher powers, and you manifest
this fact in mysterious and loud ways. A sense of destiny pervades your every waking
moment, and you prepare with great detail for destiny fulfilled. When you speak, IT

Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.

Anyone remember the movie based on this? It sucked. The book wasn't all that great, either.

You're the State of Greed!

You were put on earth to make money and by golly, that's what you're
going to do. You remain convinced that everything Adam Smith said is literally true and
somehow believe that your self-interest will make everyone else happier, too. Even if it
doesn't, that's not going to make you lose as much sleep as government regulation might.
Though people warn you that your cutthroat business practices and shady kickbacks may
catch up with you someday, you rest assured knowing that once you've secured a monopoly,
there can be no consequences.

Take the State Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.

Now, this I like! I prefer to see it as "enlightened self-interest".

You're Ireland!

Mystical and rain-soaked, you remain mysterious to many people, and this
makes you intriguing.  You also like a good night at the pub, though many are just as
worried that you will blow up the pub as drink your beverage of choice.  You're good
with words, remarkably lucky, and know and enjoy at least fifteen ways of eating a potato.
 You really don't like snakes.

Take the Country Quiz at
the Blue Pyramid

Sure'n how true 'tis! What else would it be?

You're an Etch-a-Sketch!! You're the creative,
artsy type who doesn't need to actually utilize
a single muscle group in order to have fun.
Doesn't matter though, you're still cool.

What childhood toy from the 80s are you?
brought to you by Quizilla

True story: the Ohio Art Company outsourced the assembly of the Etch-a-Sketch to a subsidiary in China. When the local Saturday morning news person read this story, she said to the weatherman, "I guess we're going to have to go to China to get Etch-a-Sketches now." I give him credit for keeping a straight face.


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