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Posted: 14 Jul 05, 19:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1. You have decided to pay a visit on your dear old silver-haired grandmother. You knock on her door but there is no answer. Fearing the worst you have a look through the downstairs window but there is no sign of her. You hear faint noises coming from the open upstairs bedroom window and begin shinning up the drainpipe. You are now able to observe your dear old silver-haired grandmother being spit-roasted by two enourmously well endowed black gentlemen. Do you...
A. Fall backwards in a state of shock and land on the concrete some 20 feet below, sustaining a shattered pelvis and a broken wrist?
B. Assume she is being raped and devise a plan to save her?
C. Become disturbingly aroused and knock one out while still clinging to the drainpipe?

2. To escape from a swarm of angry bees you take refuge in a sex shop in which the air conditioning unit is faulty. While opening the door, some of the angry bees manage to follow you inside so you pick up the nearst thing to hand and begin swatting them. The angry bees avoid your frantic swipes for a while but after a few minutes you have managed to dispatch. You listen at the door for signs of buzzing outside byt the coast seems clear. You emerge from the shop sweating and gasping for air with a rolled up copy of Milky Ring Monthly in your hand and run straight into your mum. Do you...
A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?
B. Punch her squarely in the face with all your might and hope that this causes a temporary case of amnesia?
C. Say "I know this looks bad but wait till you hear about Nana."?

3. A farmer has to get a chicken, a fox and a bag of grain across a river, but his boat is only big enough to ferry the farmer and one other item at a time. What would you do?
A. Advise the farmer to buy a bigger boat.
B. Politely enquire what he intends to do with the animals and grain once he has taken them across the river where a film crew and two young girls of Eastern origin.
C. Advise him to take the grain across first then begin laughing hystericaly as the fox rips the chicken to shreds while the farmer franticly back to shore.

4. You find an injured bird lying in the street. It looks as though a cat has had a go at it and not likely to survive much longer. Would you...
A. Take it home and try to make it's last moments as comfortable as possible.
B. Wring it's neck. There's no point in prolonging the inevitible.
C. Enjoy watching it suffer and invite passers by to have a look as well.

5.Christmas is coming and you go up into the attic to bring down the decorations. As you move the Christmas tree you discover that Osama Bin-Laden has been hiding behind it for the past 11 months. You immediately reach for the phone but Osama explains that you too will be taken into custody for harbouring a known fugitive. You consider this for a while and crazy as it may seem, you are going to have a hard job explaing why the leader of Al-Qaida managed to live in your attic for ten months without you noticing. At the very least you can excpect to spend a year or two wearing an orange jump suit at Camp X-Ray while tyhey sort things out. Would you...
A. Inform the relevent authorities and take your chances with the American judicial system.
B. Pretend you never saw him and hope he finds another hiding place soon.
C. Buy him a gimp suit and give him to yourself for Christmas.

6. Given the choice, which two side vegetables would you eat with human flesh?
A. Peas and carrots.
B. Broccolli and sweetcorn.
C. Potato and turnip.

7. You are babysitting a five year old child for your next door neighbour. A little later on, the child informs you that his father has a man with a beard chained up in the attic. Do you...
A. Assume that the child must be referring to Santa Clause, what with Christmas just around the corner and think nothing more of it.
B. Assume that if there's a man chained up in the attic there

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Posted: 14 Jul 05, 21:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1. A. Fall backwards in a state of shock and land on the concrete some 20 feet below, sustaining a shattered pelvis and a broken wrist?

2. A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?

3. C. Advise him to take the grain across first then begin laughing hystericaly as the fox rips the chicken to shreds while the farmer franticly back to shore.

4. B. Wring it's neck. There's no point in prolonging the inevitible.

5. B. Pretend you never saw him and hope he finds another hiding place soon.

6. C. Potato and turnip.

7. B. Assume that if there's a man chained up in the attic there's odds on to be a bit of porn elsewhere in the house and go off in search of it.

8. C. Convert to Judaism (or do nothing, in my case).

9. A. Jump at the chance? Even if it fails you're name will go down in history and they will name big fancy looking buildings after you.

10. C. Come to the conclusion that he is a comedic genius and rush out in droves to buy his latest hilarious paperback novel "A Smack In The Pus" published by Black & White this coming October priced £5.99. The ideal gift for the entire family.


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Posted: 14 Jul 05, 21:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Now what does this reveal about my character?


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Posted: 14 Jul 05, 21:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1. B. Assume she is being raped and devise a plan to save her?

2. A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?

3. A. Advise the farmer to buy a bigger boat.

4. B. Wring it's neck. There's no point in prolonging the inevitible.

5. A. Inform the relevent authorities and take your chances with the American judicial system.

6. B. Broccolli and sweetcorn.


7. A. Assume that the child must be referring to Santa Clause, what with Christmas just around the corner and think nothing more of it.

8. B. Take the lessons but feel a little uneasy about the direction this whole venture was going in.

9. B. Say fuck that for a game of soldiers.

10. A. Humour him, he's already in his late thirties and most Scots don't make it to forty without having a major cardiac arrest anyway.
(Uh oh... At least Pieter's still in his 20's!)

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Posted: 14 Jul 05, 23:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Since I have entirely too much time on my hands and I can't stay away from quizzes like this...

1. B. Assume she is being raped and devise a plan to save her?

2. A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?

3. A. Advise the farmer to buy a bigger boat.

4. .A. Take it home and try to make it's last moments as comfortable as possible.

5. B. Pretend you never saw him and hope he finds another hiding place soon.


6. A. Peas and carrots.

7. C. Take the line of enquiry which leads you straight back to question 5.

8. B. Take the lessons but feel a little uneasy about

9. A. Jump at the chance? Even if it fails you're name will go down in history and they will name big fancy looking buildings after you.

10. C. Come to the conclusion that he is a comedic genius and rush out in droves to buy his latest hilarious paperback novel "A Smack In The Pus" published by Black & White this coming October priced £5.99. The ideal gift for the entire family.



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Posted: 14 Jul 05, 23:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

A cunning marketing strategy, fatty. So cunning in fact you could put a tail on it and call it a weasel. :-D


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Posted: 15 Jul 05, 12:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1.B. Assume she is being raped and devise a plan to save her?

2. A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?

3. C. Advise him to take the grain across first then begin laughing hystericaly as the fox rips the chicken to shreds while the farmer franticly back to shore.

4. B. Wring it's neck. There's no point in prolonging the inevitible.

5. B. Pretend you never saw him and hope he finds another hiding place soon.

6. A. Peas and carrots.

7. A. Assume that the child must be referring to Santa Clause, what with Christmas just around the corner and think nothing more of it.

8. B. Take the lessons but feel a little uneasy about the direction this whole venture was going in.

9. A. Jump at the chance? Even if it fails you're name will go down in history and they will name big fancy looking buildings after you.

10. C. Come to the conclusion that he is a comedic genius and rush out in droves to buy his latest hilarious paperback novel "A Smack In The Pus" published by Black & White this coming October priced £5.99. The ideal gift for the entire family.


Mejor yo me hecho una chela, y chance enchufo una chava, chambeando de chafirete, me sobra chupe y pachanga



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Posted: 15 Jul 05, 18:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

B. Assume she is being raped and devise a plan to save her?
A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?
C. Advise him to take the grain across first then begin laughing hystericaly as the fox rips the chicken to shreds while the farmer franticly back to shore.
A. Take it home and try to make it's last moments as comfortable as possible.
A. Inform the relevent authorities and take your chances with the American judicial system.
C. Potato and turnip.
C. Take the line of enquiry which leads you straight back to question 5.
A. Begin taking flying lessons confident that Jesus wouldn't ask you to fly it into the side of a building killing hundreds, perhaps thousands of innocent people.
C. Go along with the whole programme until flight day then get a note from your mum saying you can't go.
B. Seroiusly begin to wonder about the state of this guys mental health and curse the Scottish childcare authorities for allowing him near children.
And I'd probably buy your book


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Posted: 15 Jul 05, 23:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1) B
2) ... ... ...Most likely C, but it could be any one of them.
3) ...Probably C, but it could be A...
4) A
5) B - I don't fucking care about Americans wanting revenge...
6) ... Ew... A I guess...
7) C
8) A
9) A, 'cept without whole schmultz on big buildings named after me and that history crap.
10) A, B & C. NOW UPDATE YOUR GODDAMN QUEEN-BIO ON YOUR SITE FATTY!!

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Posted: 16 Jul 05, 14:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Whoooo, buddy.

1. A.

2. C.

3. A.

4. A.

5. A

6. B.

7. B.

8. C.

9. A.

10. A mix of A, B, and C.


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Posted: 10 Aug 05, 10:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have posted this on my Livejournal, crediting you of course :)-


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Posted: 14 Oct 05, 10:28 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


1. You have decided to pay a visit on your dear old silver-haired grandmother. You knock on her door but there is no answer. Fearing the worst you have a look through the downstairs window but there is no sign of her. You hear faint noises coming from the open upstairs bedroom window and begin shinning up the drainpipe. You are now able to observe your dear old silver-haired grandmother being spit-roasted by two enourmously well endowed black gentlemen. Do you...
A. Fall backwards in a state of shock and land on the concrete some 20 feet below, sustaining a shattered pelvis and a broken wrist?
B. Assume she is being raped and devise a plan to save her?
C. Become disturbingly aroused and knock one out while still clinging to the drainpipe?
D. RUN AS FAST AS I CAN.
2. To escape from a swarm of angry bees you take refuge in a sex shop in which the air conditioning unit is faulty. While opening the door, some of the angry bees manage to follow you inside so you pick up the nearst thing to hand and begin swatting them. The angry bees avoid your frantic swipes for a while but after a few minutes you have managed to dispatch. You listen at the door for signs of buzzing outside byt the coast seems clear. You emerge from the shop sweating and gasping for air with a rolled up copy of Milky Ring Monthly in your hand and run straight into your mum. Do you...
A. Explain about the angry bees whilst trying to ignore the look of pity and disappointment on her face?
B. Punch her squarely in the face with all your might and hope that this causes a temporary case of amnesia?
C. Say "I know this looks bad but wait till you hear about Nana."?
A
3. A farmer has to get a chicken, a fox and a bag of grain across a river, but his boat is only big enough to ferry the farmer and one other item at a time. What would you do?
A. Advise the farmer to buy a bigger boat.
B. Politely enquire what he intends to do with the animals and grain once he has taken them across the river where a film crew and two young girls of Eastern origin.
C. Advise him to take the grain across first then begin laughing hystericaly as the fox rips the chicken to shreds while the farmer franticly back to shore.
C
4. You find an injured bird lying in the street. It looks as though a cat has had a go at it and not likely to survive much longer. Would you...
A. Take it home and try to make it's last moments as comfortable as possible.
B. Wring it's neck. There's no point in prolonging the inevitible.
C. Enjoy watching it suffer and invite passers by to have a look as well.
C
5.Christmas is coming and you go up into the attic to bring down the decorations. As you move the Christmas tree you discover that Osama Bin-Laden has been hiding behind it for the past 11 months. You immediately reach for the phone but Osama explains that you too will be taken into custody for harbouring a known fugitive. You consider this for a while and crazy as it may seem, you are going to have a hard job explaing why the leader of Al-Qaida managed to live in your attic for ten months without you noticing. At the very least you can excpect to spend a year or two wearing an orange jump suit at Camp X-Ray while tyhey sort things out. Would you...
A. Inform the relevent authorities and take your chances with the American judicial system.
B. Pretend you never saw him and hope he finds another hiding place soon.
C. Buy him a gimp suit and give him to yourself for Christmas.
B
6. Given the choice, which two side vegetables would you eat with human flesh?
A. Peas and carrots.
B. Broccolli and sweetcorn.
C. Potato and turnip.
C
7. You are babysitting a five year old child for your next door neighbour. A little later on, the child informs you that his father has a man with a beard chained up in the attic. Do you...
A. Assume that the child must be referring to Santa Clause, what with Christmas just around the corner and think nothing more of it.
B. Assume that if there's a ma


This can't end well.