03 octubre 2006

why i love letourneau so much

"I have started reading your exams.

Please note:
Louis Philippe is not significant because he was pear-shaped. (although I am glad so many of you remembered this)

Dr. K"

(in addition to mad humor, he also puts almost- transcedental quizes on his blog! what more could you ask for in a prof?!)

Result of Quiz :: Your Literary Personality

You scored as A coloring book. Children love you--and so do many adults. They find you approachable, simple and friendly, all of which perfectly describe you. Instead of throwing big words around, [oh, they just don't know...] you communicate in the international language of pictures. In order to be as open as possible, you present yourself simply, allowing those around you to customize you to their liking. Sometimes this results in you turning into a primitive masterpiece, and other times you resemble a schizophrenic's daydream. So long as the one talking to you understands you, you're happy. Zen and the art of crayon-sharpening.

A coloring book


A paperback romance novel




The back of a froot loops box


A college textbook


A classic novel


An electronics user's manual


Your Literary Personality
created with QuizFarm.com

(and for interested parties, i'm am UTTERLY not procrastinating. i'm on my dinner break, so there.)

Please! when you have the free time, try it yourself and tell me how you scored.

(interaction interaction interaction is GOOOD.)

also, listen to the audio clip on the profile page if the middle-of-the-week-i-miss-monday blues are getting to you.


Blogger Pastor Tebbe said...

It could be worse,
I scored the following:
"You scored as A classic novel."
"Almost everyone showers praise upon you for your depth and enduring relevance. According to your acolytes, everything you say is timeless, erudite and meaingful. Of course, none of them actually listen to you. Nobody listens to you at all, but it's fashionable to claim you as a friend. Fond of obscure words, antiquated notions and libraries, you never have a problem finding someone to hang out with. The fact that they end up using you to balance their kitchen tables is an unfortunate side effect, but you're used to being used for others' benefit. Oh the burden of being Great.

A classic novel 68%

A college textbook 46%

The back of a froot loops box 39%"

All of this does have some enduring, transcendent purpose, right?

miércoles, 04 octubre, 2006  
Blogger berekkah said...

i couldn't have described you better... except we all listen to you. we have to, Turi Pastor.

you balance kitchen tables quite well, except when you're legs get into OTHER PEOPLE'S SPACE. but that's just how it is... being a classic.

and what could be more transcendent then knowing thyself through all sorts of diverse analogies?

miércoles, 04 octubre, 2006  
Blogger j2 said...

No wonder el pastor and I get along so well. I scored as a classic novel, too, only not so high (54%). The sobering news is that I scored equally high as a romance novel. Pulueeze!!! NO!
At 50%, I rated 3rd as a electronics manual. Oh, my!

I don't know what to take away from that. I should have copied the description so Rebekkah could comment. It wasn't exactly the same as Gary's.

miércoles, 04 octubre, 2006  
Blogger berekkah said...

yep... "depth" and "enduring relevance"... "timeless, erudite and meaningful" pretty much describe you, Mrs. J. But, instead of "using you to balance their kitchen tables..." everybody pretty much just "uses your kitchen table." :-)

i'm wondering what, exactly, does the "romance novel" classification entail?

maybe it's just because we like coffee. don't romantics like coffee...? or is it tea? tea is nice too.

jueves, 05 octubre, 2006  

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